Date: June 20, 2024

News - Chaney Enterprises Celebrates Grand Opening of District Heights Concrete Plant

Chaney Enterprises Celebrates Grand Opening of District Heights Concrete Plant

On May 10, Chaney Enterprises officially opened the doors to its brand-new, state-of-the-art ready-mix concrete plant in District Heights, Maryland. The grand opening event was attended by a diverse group of guests, including local political leaders, vendors, customers, and employees.

This new facility is equipped with the latest technology and sustainable concrete products, serving Prince George's County and the surrounding area with high-quality materials. Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in eco-friendly products designed to minimize environmental impact, while maintaining exceptional performance.

 “The State of Maryland and Prince George's County stands to gain from increased tax revenue, improved infrastructure, and a boost to the construction industry, which plays a vital role in driving economic growth”, says Maryland State Senator Nick Charles.

The Chaney team worked tirelessly to bring this project to life, and we would like to extend our gratitude to all who attended the grand opening celebration, including Prince George's County Sheriff's Office, President of the Central County Coalition Belinda Queen, representatives from the offices of U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen, Congressman Steny Hoyer, Congressman Glenn Ivey, Maryland Comptroller Brooke Lierman, and Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks.

Special thanks were also extended to Maryland Senator Nick Charles, Delegates Karen R. Toles, Kent Roberson, and Denise Roberts, Prince George's County Councilwoman Wala Blegay, and Prince George's County Vice Chair Sydney Harrison.

The grand opening event was marked with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the facility. Guests were also treated to an album of photos from the event, which can be found on our social media channels.

We are proud to be part of this process and look forward to serving Prince George's County and beyond for years to come.














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