Concrete Products

APR 2018

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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24 • April 2018 www.concreteproducts.com NEWS SCOPE PRODUCERS One of the largest family owned operators in underground products for commercial building and local, state or federal agency infrastructure celebrated five decades in business earlier this year. "We started as a one-man operation and now employ more than 800 workers throughout Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada," says Donald Jensen, founder and chief executive officer of Sparks, Nev.-based Jensen Precast. "As we celebrate our milestone 50th anni- versary, my personal thanks to every employee, customer, and vendor who help make Jensen Precast a thriving success." The producer engineers and fabricates highly durable products or structures for water, energy, transportation, and telecommunica- tion markets. Among a robust portfolio, it delivers precast concrete manhole structures, septic tanks, utility vaults, water pipelines, stormwater management systems, highway barriers and bridge com- ponents—all designed for expedient and precise installation. "For five decades Jensen Precast has provided high quality products and services for customers ranging from residential neigh- borhoods to multinational corporations," affirms President Eric Jensen. "We're a family owned company that constantly engages next generation skills and expertise. We work hard to help set the standards that move the industry forward." Jensen Precast marks 50 years in operation Donald Jensen Eric Jensen SAME CONCRETE.... DIFFERENT RESULTS For more info call Patrick Linn 402-578-2970 l www.nox-crete.com FULL LINE OF BIODEGRADABLE PRODUCTS GREEN ENGINEERED Nox-Crete has been a trusted provider of products for the precast industry for more than 60 years. If your requirements call for a high performance architectural form release agent Ð Nox-Crete has a cost- effective, biodegradable, labor-saving solution for you. Donald Jensen began casting concrete parking curbs as a teen- ager and Reno High School student. After founding the business in 1968 with a single facility in Reno, he expanded operations 10 years later with a Las Vegas plant and forged a solid template for future business opportunities. Over the next four decades, Jensen Precast grew in scale and reputation, opening branches across California, Hawaii, and Arizona. The company continues to introduce new products in step with market demands, includ- ing stormwater and onsite wastewater management systems to help address increasing environmental considerations. — www. JensenPrecast.com/50th

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