Chaney Enterprises, a construction supplies provider based in Gambrills, announced Tuesday that it bought PCS Concrete of Annapolis Junction.
In the deal, Chaney acquired PCS Concrete’s five ready-mix concrete plants in Annapolis Junction, Baltimore, Owings, Waldorf and Sparrows Point, a company spokeswoman told The Daily Record. PCS Concrete’s 40 employees will work in identical roles at Chaney enterprises, the company said in a news release. PCS Concrete’s administrative offices in Annapolis Junction will remain open, but some employees will move to the Chaney headquarters in Gambrills, the spokeswoman said.
Also in the deal, Thomas Pittman, who owned PCS Concrete, will become a maintenance operations executive for Chaney, where he will be responsible for the company’s fleet and plant maintenance. Sharon Carr Pittman, whose family has been in the concrete business in Maryland since 1964, will join Chaney as technical service project manager, the company said.
Chaney now operates 23 concrete plants, nine sand and gravel facilities, and a building supply operation with two locations. The company would not disclose the terms of the deal.