SOURCE: U.S. Concrete, Inc.

U.S. Concrete, Inc.

April 01, 2016 06:00 ET

U.S. Concrete Completes Strategic Bolt-on Acquisition

EULESS, TX--(Marketwired - April 01, 2016) -  U.S. Concrete, Inc. (NASDAQ: USCR) announced today that it has acquired Strickland Bridge, Inc. ("Strickland") of Haskell, Texas. The acquisition adds one concrete batch plant and a fleet of six trucks to U.S. Concrete's portfolio of assets in the West Texas area.

"This acquisition fits with our North Texas growth strategy and expands our operations near Abilene, Texas," said U.S. Concrete President and CEO, William J. Sandbrook. "We look forward to further participating in the continued growth of the extended Abilene market with our enhanced ability to offer superior service and high quality materials. I am excited to welcome the Strickland employees to the U.S. Concrete family."

About U.S. Concrete, Inc.

U.S. Concrete, Inc. (the "Company" or "U.S. Concrete") serves the construction industry in several major markets in the United States through its two business segments: ready-mixed concrete and aggregate products. The Company has 147 standard ready-mixed concrete plants, 16 volumetric ready-mixed concrete facilities, and 14 producing aggregates facilities. During 2015, U.S. Concrete sold approximately 7.0 million cubic yards of ready-mixed concrete and approximately 4.7 million tons of aggregates. For more information on U.S. Concrete, visit www.us-concrete.com.

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Source: USCR-G

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