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Southern Alberta’s Noble Concrete purchased by Edmonton-based company

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A southern Alberta concrete provider has been purchased by an Edmonton-based company.

The RMC Group has acquired the assets of Noble Concrete and says it will retain all staff and customer contracts.

The business will also continue to operate under the Noble Concrete brand.

Originally founded in Nobleford in 1970, and now headquartered in Picture Butte, Noble Concrete started as a ready mix concrete company using bagged cement and two mixers.

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It’s grown to become one of southern Alberta’s leading concrete providers with 12 mixers, two gravel trucks and a portable concrete plant.

Noble Concrete also has locations in Vulcan and Claresholm.

The RMC Group’s CEO Rod Taverner, says “the strategic acquisition further demonstrates our commitment to the Alberta marketplace. We look forward to expanding our service offerings in southern Alberta and building on the outstanding business foundation Noble Concrete has developed over the last 45 years.

RMC Group of Companies is a regional leader in building materials and operates in four main business segments: Ready-Mix concrete, Aggregates, Dry Bulk Transportation and Logistics, and Building Solutions and Products which includes precast concrete, concrete sealing and residential foundation brackets. The company employs about 500 people across western Canada.

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Tina Karst

A Lethbridge College alumnus, Tina moved back to the community two years after convocation, in September 2007, to become a member of the CJOC News Team. She started as a weekend reporter/anchor and now serves as Associate News Director. When Tina’s not tracking down local news, she’s either busy at home with Jordan and their two kids or creating custom macrame pieces for a growing list of clients.

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