Granite has purchased the high-quality aggregate-producing Brunswick Canyon quarry and asphalt plant in Carson City, Nev. The acquisition supports Granite’s vertically integrated business in northern Nevada, aligning with the Nevada Region’s home market strategy.
Brunswick Canyon has produced aggregates in the region for more than 50 years. In addition to its aggregate offerings, the high-quality hard rock quarry boasts an on-site 400-tph asphalt plant as it serves Carson City, South Reno, Tahoe and the Highway 395 corridor.
“We are excited about this opportunity as it creates employment opportunities and allows us to improve our service to the communities in which we work, specifically those south of Washoe County along the Hwy 50 and Hwy 395 corridors,” said Granite Vice President of Regional Operations Chris Burke.
Granite’s construction materials business spans the western United States and specializes in aggregate plants, asphalt plants and recycling facilities that supply external customers and support Granite’s vertically integrated business strategy, the company stated.