West Memphis, Arkansas: Razorback Concrete was founded in 1965 by the late W.K. Ingram and his son, Kent Ingram. They started with a single ready-mix plant and six Mack concrete-mixer trucks. Now, 50 years later, Razorback Concrete has 19 concrete plants in 16 locations all over Arkansas, with over 100 Mack mixer trucks.
It has been a successful 50 years, and Razorback Concrete says it looks forward to serving its community for 50 more. “As we look back over the arch of Razorback Concrete’s career, I’m struck by how much we owe to our employees, our customers, and our friends. We would not have succeeded over these last 50 years without them,” says General Manager, Keith Wetsell.
So far this year has seen the completion of a large project the company was involved with: the Big Rock Interchange connecting I-430 and I-630 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Razorback Concrete supplied a portion of the concrete for prime contractor, Weaver-Bailey’s part of the massive construction project. Big Rock Interchange required 150,185 square yards of continuously reinforced concrete pavement to complete.
Razorback Concrete is committed to excellence in every sector of the concrete industry, from innovative technology to green manufacturing and eco-friendly concrete solutions.
Known as a leader in concrete technology, Razorback Concrete was among the first ready-mix operators to install computer batching systems, central mixing facilities, and GPS delivery systems. They pioneered a local sand and gravel-mining operation—RazorRock Materials in Crowley’s Ridge, Arkansas—from which they source high-quality coarse and fine materials for their concrete.
About Razorback Concrete: Razorback Concrete is a locally owned, locally based concrete supplier founded in West Memphis, Arkansas. Their service offering includes gravel, sand, ready-mix concrete, steel and fiber-reinforced concrete, pervious concrete, and roller compacted concrete. For more information about how they can serve your next construction project, call 870-455-0700.