Join us for this journey in celebration of our American family-owned business that has grown to be a leader in the construction and landscape industry since 1946.
We hope you’ll visit often throughout 2016 to learn more about our growing company that is 70 years strong!
As construction needs grew, so did County Materials — upgrading manufacturing equipment and expanding into more product lines. This included constructing ready mix concrete plants and adding aggregate quarries. The first precast concrete products were also manufactured in the 1970s.
In the 90s the company forms a Prestress, Precast and Pipe Division that expands into larger commercial markets.
In 97, County Concrete earns a Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award for innovations in precast technology used to manufacture concrete segments to construct a 1 million sq. ft. underground library archive at the University of Minnesota.
In 2003, the company is renamed County Materials Corporation and continues it’s advancement with numerous acquisitions and plant openings in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Indiana.
In 2003, County Materials supplies 21,000 concrete tunnel segments and more than 200 arched wall and ceiling panels for the Hiawatha Light Rail Tunnel in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. The project earns the company our second Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Achievement Award.
In 2013, County Materials completed construction of our production facility in Janesville, WI enabling us to enhance production capabilities for landscape and masonry products with superior quality and high-end, sought-after aesthetics not readily available elsewhere in North America.
In 2015, County Materials receives industry recognition for manufacturing massive high performance bridge beams in our state-of-the-art plant in Janesville, WI.
While many things have changed through the years, working hard, taking pride in the results, building relationships, and earning the trust of employees and customers continue to form the cornerstone of how County Materials operates.- Tim Sonnentag, President County Materials Corporation