Sunroc Acquires Tri-County Concrete, Retains Employees

Tue December 18, 2018 - West Edition #26
Sunroc Corporation

Sunroc Corporation has closed on the asset acquisition of Tri-County Concrete.
Sunroc Corporation has closed on the asset acquisition of Tri-County Concrete.

Sunroc Corporation (Sunroc), a construction services company serving Utah, Idaho and Wyoming, announced it has closed on the asset acquisition of Roosevelt-based concrete company, Tri-County Concrete. The acquisition will amplify Sunroc's current service area in Utah, making the company among the largest sand and gravel, ready-mixed concrete and construction service companies in Utah.

Tri-County Concrete is a supplier of construction aggregates and ready-mixed concrete servicing municipalities, contractors and do-it-yourselfers in Utah's Duchesne, Uintah and Daggett counties. With nearly three decades of operations, Tri-County Concrete is a well-respected, quality-driven organization with a reputation for customer satisfaction.

"We are pleased to have Tri-County join Sunroc. Their commitment to provide quality construction products and services in the Uintah Basin makes this partnership a natural fit for Sunroc, and we are proud to welcome their employees to the Sunroc team," said Russell Leslie, vice president of construction materials of Sunroc.

Tri-County Concrete's employees will continue in their current positions with Sunroc, and Clint Gardner will continue as operations manager for Sunroc in the Uintah Basin.

Construction aggregates and ready-mixed concrete products were available in the Uintah Basin through Sunroc beginning Nov. 19, 2018.

For more information, call 435/722-3621 or visit

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