Adonel Concrete has again expanded its operations to better serve its customers by opening two new state-of-the-art concrete plants in Fort Pierce. The plants will serve Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties.
“Our company is now able to meet future demands in this growing area,” said Luis Garcia, president of Adonel Concrete. “After opening our plants in West Palm Beach in 2006, we realized that the next phase when the time was right would be to expand into the Treasure Coast area. We are optimistic about the future, and these new plants enable us to serve a broader area while utilizing trucks and staff that are based in West Palm Beach.”
The two plants are located in Fort Pierce at 5720 Environment Drive, just off The Florida Turnpike. Built on 10 acres, they are capable of producing 400 cubic yards of concrete per hour. Thirty of Adonel’s signature red, white and blue concrete trucks will be assigned to the Fort Pierce plant.
For more information on Adonel Concrete, visit www.adonelconcrete.com.