Chaney Enterprises has obtained all the five operational facilities of PCS Concrete as well as their entire team of 40 employees which is set to join Chaney to continue with their roles.
Chaney Enterprises, renowned supplier of ready-mix concrete, blended soils and other related construction supplies recently completed the acquisition of PCS Concrete, a firm that specializes in all phases of concrete business.
According to reliable sources, Chaney Enterprises has obtained all five operational facilities of PCS Concrete as well as their entire team of 40 employees which is set to join Chaney to continue their roles. The five centers are located in Owings, Sparrows Point, Waldorf, Annapolis Junction and Westport. The acquisition is beneficial for Chaney’s strategic organization as Thomas Pittman, former president and owner, PCS Concrete, will work as maintenance operations officer in Chaney’s executive team while Sharon Carr Pittman will act as technical service project manager in Chaney Enterprises after the acquisition.
Sources close to the matter report that Pittman and Chaney families and their respective firms have more than 100-years of experience in ready-mix concrete industry. The Pittmans have serviced numerous residential, municipal and commercial projects which include two Amazon fulfilment centers in Baltimore City.
Chaney Enterprises president, Francis ‘Hall’ Chaney III has been reported to say that the company has been supplying PCS Concrete with natural sand for years. He opined that PCS is an excellent customer and an outstanding addition to Chaney and believes that the best part of the acquisition are the veteran people of the industry who will be joining Chaney with their vast knowledge.
Chaney’s overall strategic growth and footprint expansion has been continuous post the opening of BuilderUp, the building and service division of the company in 2018. Reliable sources reported that Chaney obtained a ready-mix concrete plant in Bealeton and built one in Gainesville to enhance production capabilities as well as provide accessible locations to fulfil the increasing demand in Virginia.
In 2018, Chaney introduced limestone to its product mix, thus increasing its presence in the construction industry. Moreover, Chaney has increased its capacity to ship out material via barge from its Sussex Barge Terminal that handles business deliveries of gravel and sand throughout the Mid-Atlantic.
Pittman will be completely responsible for the entire Chaney Enterprises’ fleet as well as plant maintenance in his new role in Chaney’s executive team.