1980s

  • 1980
    Rogers, Arkansas
    • Beaver Lake Concrete opens in Rogers, Arkansas.
  • 1982
    • The company expands its service with Beaver Lake Transport, with five trucks and six pneumatic tankers.
  • 1987
    • The company grows to include 17 trucks and 19 tankers, hauling an average of 350 loads of cement and more than 20 loads of fly ash per month.
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1990s

  • 1991
    • The company grows and now operates eight batch plants and two sand and gravel operations.
  • 1997
    D. Gene Daniel
    • Company President D. Gene Daniel, who also previously served as the company’s operations manager, technical services director and concrete technician, retires from Beaver Lake.
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2000s

  • 2013
    • The company uses the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad to move approximately 2,000 and 2,500 tons of sand per week between Van Buren and Rogers, Arkansas. Each rail car holds between 80 and 110 tons, which is much more efficient than the 22-ton capacity of a single truck.
  • 2014
    • GCC Mid-Continent Concrete begins leasing Beaver Lake’s five concrete plants and all equipment.
  • 2019
    • The company’s focus on bulk cement transport allows it to expand the fleet to 26 trucks and tankers, hauling more than 400 loads of cement and more than 50 loads of fly ash each month.
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  • 1980
    Rogers, Arkansas

    • Beaver Lake Concrete opens in Rogers, Arkansas.
  • 1982

    • The company expands its service with Beaver Lake Transport, with five trucks and six pneumatic tankers.
  • 1987

    • The company grows to include 17 trucks and 19 tankers, hauling an average of 350 loads of cement and more than 20 loads of fly ash per month.