Archive for December, 2009

Corpus Christi Annual Shrimp Boil

Corpus Christi, Texas

For over 15 years the Corpus Christi location has been holding an Annual Customer Appreciation luncheon. The shrimp boil lunch is held each December and gives the branch the opportunity to let customers know that their business is appreciated.

This week the lunch was held and the branch served lunch to over 250 customers that included: Zachry Construction, Bay Ltd. and Haas Anderson Construction. The branch also asks vendors to participate during the event, this year representatives from Meadow Burke, Euclid Chemical and BASF were on hand to help serve customers.

Congratulations to all the employees in the Corpus Christi branch for another successful Customer Appreciation Event.

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Congrats to CMC New Orleans on being named 2009 Branch of the Year!

New Orleans, Louisiana

This week the “Branch of the Year” trophy was awarded to Branch 43 in New Orleans, Louisiana for FY2009. Branch of the Year is determined by sales, safety record and service. Area Manager Gary Starns attributes their success to the personnel within the branch and their shared commitment to becoming a first-class facility.

The branch supplies a complete line of construction-related products along with rental concrete equipment, forming and shoring systems. By working together and offering a complete package of products the branch has been able to increase market share and retain a large customer base. Congratulations to the employees in the New Orleans branch on a successful year!

Laredo International Airport

Laredo, Texas

Price Construction has begun reconstruction on the cargo apron and runway upgrades at the Laredo International Airport. The reconstruction of the cargo apron will improve safety and increase the capacity of loads that can be delivered to the airport. The three renovated runways will make it possible for up to 35 Boeing 737s to be serviced once the reconstruction is complete

CMC Construction Services (DAMCO) in Jackson, MS manufactured the dowel baskets for this project.  Matt Shepherd (02) worked in conjunction with DAMCO to provide the baskets and several CRP products including epoxy and curing compound.

With these improvements and expansions Laredo hopes to become a major cargo hub for the United States, Mexico and Latin America.

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