HOUSTON, TEXAS (Oct. 17, 2013)—Cherry’s Stabilized Materials Division has opened yet another stabilized material plant, giving Cherry a total of six stabilized facilities in the Greater Houston Area. This newest plant produces stabilized sand and road base material for companies located primarily in Fort Bend County and the Richmond Rosenberg area.
The new state-of-the-art stabilized materials (pug mill) plant, located at 6400 Koeblen Rd., has the largest production capacity of Cherry’s six plants in the Houston area. The plant can produce 800 tons per hour of stabilized sand and road base material. Combined, Cherry’s six stabilized material plants produce more than 250,000 tons of stabilized sand and road base material per month.
Cherry’s new stabilized material plant is strategically located in the southwest, an area of significant growth primarily due to the Grand Parkway construction. Major customers for the new facility will be residential and commercial underground utility construction contractors.
“We’re excited about opening our new stabilized plant that allows us to expand our services to a new market,” says John Conyer, general manager of Cherry’s Stabilized Materials Division.
Cherry’s other stabilized material plants are located at 9929 Katy Hockley Rd, Katy; 6019 Crawford Rd., Pearland; Beltway 8 and Tanner Rd., Houston; 4410 Dagg Road, Houston; and 5325 County Road 58, Pearland.