Roger R. Smith Jr.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Phoenix Cement was founded in the year 1959. The company has been active for almost 60 years now. The company was established by the American Cement Company, in order to make cement for the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River, the Clarkdale plant produces Portland cement, fly ash, and gypsum for a regional market. The dam was finished in the year 1964. Plans called for the plant to close after the dam was completed, but other projects materialized as well. The plant was not closed down but the owners expanded it by one-third in the year 1961, and it has since become the main source of cement for northern Arizona and Phoenix, USA. In the year 2002, the company had a new kiln system, along with a tall pre-heater tower as well - thereby upgrading the plant as well. Company officials estimate that the raw materials in the area can supply the plant for another 150 years at least. The company was a division of Amcord from the year 1971 to the year 1979 and of Gifford-Hill from the year 1979 through the year 1987. As of the year 2003, the company's sales activities were combined with those of Salt River Sand and Rock, under the name Salt River Materials Group as well. The headquarters of the company is based in 1325 N 21st Avenue. The name of the place is Phoenix, while the name of the state is Arizona, USA. The pin code is 85009.
Phoenix Cement is an American company that focuses on providing cement and other raw materials to its customers and clients in the USA. The current CEO of the company is Roger R Smith.
The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to obtain various kinds of portland cement and other raw materials like gypsum along with fly ash as well, that are manufactured and sold by the company itself.
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