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Oldcastle acquires Granite Precasting & Concrete

Acquisition expands Oldcastle's presence in Pacific Northwest.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Oldcastle Infrastructure, part of the building products division of CRH, has acquired Granite Precasting & Concrete, Inc., a manufacturer of water management and utility solutions located in Bellingham, Wa.

Founded in 1985, Granite manufactures a full portfolio of concrete products including manholes, catch basins and storm water products along with products to serve the energy and communications segment. The acquisition of Granite expands Oldcastle’s presence and customer base in the growing northwest Washington market.

The acquisition also enhances the manufacturer’s exposure to the water management segment

“With more than 30 years high quality manufacturing experience and best in class customer service, Granite enhances our ability to service all Western Washington’s infrastructure product needs. To maintain the exceptional customer service that Granite is known for, we look forward to having Granite’s employees join our team and continue the company’s success now as a part of Oldcastle Infrastructure,” said Rick Jones, Oldcastle Infrastructure area general manager for the Pacific Northwest.

Matt Vaughn, currently President at Granite Precast, joins as director of operations PNW reporting to Rick Jones. Doug Salisbury, currently vice president of sales and design at Granite Precast, joins as sales manager for Auburn and Bellingham operations, also reporting to Jones. Kyle Salisbury, currently vice president operations, Granite Precast, joins as plant manager Oldcastle Infrastructure Bellingham, reporting to Matt Vaughn.

CRH operates locations 3,700 locations in 32 countries. The company also owns Oldcastle APG, which manufactures MoistureShield decking among other building product brands.

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