The Sunrock Group, a privately held construction materials supplier headquartered in Raleigh, says it has acquired an existing quarry with 1,400 acres of high quality aggregate reserves located in Burnt River, Ontario, from Brazil-based Votorantim Cimentos’s North American business unit Canada Building Materials/St. Mary’s Cement.
The newly acquired reserves will allow The Sunrock Group to supply high quality construction materials to the Greater Toronto Area, the company says in a statement.
The Sunrock Group’s expansion into the Ontario’s construction materials market will expand the company’s North America footprint and further grow the company’s position as a major producer of construction materials, the statement says.
“The Sunrock Group is looking forward to building a strong Canadian company in the Greater Toronto Area that is poised to supply high quality aggregates to construction projects throughout that market,” Bryan Pfohl, the Sunrock Group’s chairman and CEO said in the statement.
The Sunrock Group will do business in Canada through its entity; Sunrock Canada Construction Materials ULC.
Founded in 1949 in Buffalo, New York and headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, The Sunrock Group is a privately held, family-owned vertically integrated company offering customers a one-stop-shopping experience by producing aggregates, recycled aggregates, hot mix asphalt, ready mixed concrete, and contracting services in the greater Raleigh-Durham area.