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lehigh portland cement company history

Company History:Lehigh Portland Cement Companyproducescements, concrete and concrete products, lightweight aggregates, and related construction materials and services. After 80 years of independent operation it was purchased by aGerman company,Heidelberger ZementA.G., in 1977.

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  • Supplier of Building Materials and Aggregates | Lehigh Hanson

    Supplier of Building Materials and Aggregates | Lehigh Hanson

    Official site ofLehighHanson, supplier ofcement, aggregates, ready mixed concrete, asphalt and other building materials to markets throughout North America.

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  • CementPlant A Vital Cog inHistoryof Iola  Lehigh

    CementPlant A Vital Cog inHistoryof Iola Lehigh

    There is an old legend at the Lehigh Portland cement plant here concerning the first batch of cement which was manufactured in the Iola plant, way hack in 1899. Samples were sent out from the first barrels of cement which were produced, and a New Orleans contractor, doing work on the levees in Louisiana, bought an entire train load of the product.

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  • Atlas Cement Company Memorial Museum | Northampton, PA …

    Atlas Cement Company Memorial Museum | Northampton, PA …

    Details. TheAtlas Cement Company Memorial Museumis a unique depository of the influence that was brought to bear on theLehighValley by the largestcement plantit thehistoryof the world. Through its collection of artifacts, it tells of the impact of the more than 5,000 workers who were employed in the five plants built here between 1889 and the closing of the last plant in 1982.

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  • Jon Hammond: 100 years ofhistorywritten incementat

    Jon Hammond: 100 years ofhistorywritten incementat

    When a group of private investors purchased the plant in the early 1920s from the LADWP, the name was changed to the MonolithPortland Cement Company. In the 1980s CalaverasCement Companypurchased the plant and renamed it, and then another name change happened in 2002 when Calaveras becameLehighSouthwestCement Company.

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  • Lehigh Portland Cement Company History in Iola   Lehigh

    Lehigh Portland Cement Company History in Iola Lehigh

    In 1917 the plant was sold to Lehigh Portland Cement Company and provided Iola’s largest industrial payroll until it ceased in 1970. Part of the Lehigh grounds is now occupied by theGates Rubber Company. Most of the houses have been either moved or torn down.

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  • Easton man tracing Lehigh Valley's long cement history

    Easton man tracing Lehigh Valley's long cement history

    Jul 29, 2017· Around the same time, Lehigh Portland Cement Company was on the rise, which ultimately ended up surpassing Alpha in size. In 1946,Alphabought theFirst National Bank Building…

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  • Portland Cement   Lehigh Hanson, Inc.

    Portland Cement Lehigh Hanson, Inc.

    Although natural cement dates back to the Romans, by the late 1800s builders were turning to its manufactured counterpart, portland cement, for higher strength and more consistent performance.English bricklayer Joseph Aspdinis widely credited for the invention of modern portland cement.

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  • Keeping the memory alive: Former workers recall Alpha

    Keeping the memory alive: Former workers recall Alpha

    TheLehighValley become a huge producer ofPortland cement, named after the Isle ofPortlandin England where gray rocks are similar in color to their namesakecement, he said.Portland cement...

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  • Our History   About | Lehigh Hanson

    Our History About | Lehigh Hanson

    Lehigh Cement Companybegan as a single-mill operation in Ormrod, Pennsylvania, producingPortland cement. As the demand for concrete increased in the early 1900’s, thecompanythrived. Over the years, a strategy of acquisitions, modernization and increased productivity propelled thecompanyto the position of one of North America’s leading providers ofcementand construction materials.

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  • Northampton Area Historical Society History

    Northampton Area Historical Society History

    Forced into making farm implements and wagons, the village survived but never achieved its full measure of development until the arrival of the AtlasPortland Cement Companyin 1895. The Atlas was soon joined by the LawrencePortland Cement Companyand gave the township a …

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  • Pend Oreille County History–Pend Oreille County

    Pend Oreille County History–Pend Oreille County

    TheLehigh Portland Cement Company(originally InlandPortland Cement Company) was incorporated at Metaline Falls in 1909. Although the major capital to build the plant came from Pennsylvania, substantial local investors andcompanydevelopers were Lewis P. Larsen (1876-1955), the founder of Metaline Falls, and Frederick Blackwell.

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    OurHistory|LehighValley Sporting Clays

    By 1920Lehigh Portland Cementwas the nation’s largestcement companyin terms of plants, with annual production topping more than 12 million barrels of its high-qualityPortland cement. In 1923 thecompanybuilt one of the region’s largestcementplants in Birmingham, Alabama and by 1927 thecompany’s owned 21 plants in ten states.

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