Houston, TX, May 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- U.S. Concrete, Inc. has been named the signature sponsor of GreenerBuilder 2011. Organized by the U.S. Green Building Council – Northern California Chapter, GreenerBuilder is an opportunity for construction industry professionals to be on the leading edge and explore “what’s now and what’s next” in green building. The event will be held at the South San Francisco Conference Center, June 8-11, 2011.
Michael Harlan, President and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. Concrete, Inc., is the keynote speaker at the opening session. Michael’s presentation will give an insight into the latest green technologies developed by U.S. Concrete that result in stronger, cleaner and greener concrete products.
“Green building and sustainable construction has been central to U.S. Concrete’s business strategy since 2005,” Harlan said. “As the first national concrete company to formalize a company-wide commitment to sustainable construction, through our EF Technology® line of products, it’s only natural that we would be at the forefront of the market transformation towards green building, paving the way for a greener future.”
“We recognize the value in aggressively supporting sustainable construction and green building initiatives,” added Jeff Davis, Vice President of Central Concrete Supply Co., Inc., a U.S. Concrete operating company in northern California. “We will continue to reach out to builders and architects, and contribute to the building of projects that are environmentally responsible, cost effective and healthy places to live and work.”
About U.S. Concrete
U.S. Concrete services the construction industry in several major markets in the United States through its two business segments: ready-mixed concrete and concrete-related products; and precast concrete. The Company has 102 fixed and 11 portable ready-mixed concrete plants, seven precast concrete plants and seven producing aggregates facilities. During 2010, these plant facilities produced approximately 3.8 million cubic yards of ready-mixed concrete and 3.1 million tons of aggregates. For more information on U.S. Concrete, visit http://www.us-concrete.com.