Adding a brand new, modern store in traditional small town America can be a real challenge. But when good design is matched with the right material and then installed with care, it’s possible to fit a new Neighborhood Market right into Wal-Mart’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas, and make it feel like it is right where it belongs.
These projects highlight the work of our 12 independently owned member companies and show how their long-standing relationships in the local development, design and construction communities benefited their clients.
With more than 70 manufacturing and distribution locations, the Concrete Products Group is uniquely situated to serve customer needs no matter the project location.
After 15 years of planning, this public two-year community college a brand new agricultural complex.
This project for Massport in Boston, MA utilizes Split Face & Ground Face Hi-R/Spec-Thermal.
Spec-Brik® concrete brick supplied by OBERFIELDS LLC, is a central feature of the new Circleville High School, winner of The Ohio Masonry Association’s 2015 “Educational Facilities Merit Design Award.”
The number of children in Tulare, California is rising and that means growth for one of the city’s longtime elementary schools.
Many of the new laboratories feature Spec-Finish®, an extremely durable coated concrete masonry wall system.
Spec-Brik® brings the classic look of a historic repurposed building to a modern Columbus, Ohio market place.
Architects working on a new Costco to serve rapidly expanding Columbus, Ohio had a unique design challenge.
The new Louisiana Cancer Research Center is a 150,000 sq. ft. facility which contains over 30,000 Spec-Finish units.