BMC Enterprises

BMC Enterprises Acquires Mark Twain Redi Mix


BMC Enterprises, Inc., through its affiliate Eastern Missouri Concrete, has completed the acquisition of Mark Twain Redi Mix, headquartered in Hannibal, MO. “This acquisition is exciting for us as we simultaneously consolidate parts of our market, add to our geographic footprint and create an immediate upstream synergy for our aggregate holdings.

We are delighted to welcome the employees of Mark Twain Redi-Mix into the family and look forward to serving a new customer base in northeast Missouri” said Nathan McKean, CEO of BMC Enterprises, Inc. The acquired assets include four stationary ready mix plants, fifty ready mix trucks and a bulk hauling division. The acquisition is consistent with BMC’s long term sustainable growth strategy within the construction materials industry.

BMC is the parent of Breckenridge Material Company founded in St. Louis Missouri in 1925. BMC has become the largest producer of aggregates and concrete in the St. Louis region operating more than 40 locations in Missouri and Illinois.

BMC Enterprises, Inc. Announces Three Aggregate Transactions in Missouri


BMC Enterprises, Inc. (parent company of Breckenridge Material Company) is pleased to announce three additions to its Missouri aggregates business: the opening of a new BMC Stone quarry in High Hill, the acquisition of a strategic interest in Base Rock Minerals, LLC, a limestone quarry in Bonne Terre, and the subsequent acquisition of Strack Stone Company, a limestone quarry located just north of Cape Girardeau.  Strack Stone will now operate under the Base Rock Minerals name.

Nathan G. McKean, Chief Executive Officer of BMC Enterprises, Inc., stated, “We are delighted to announce these aggregate acquisitions, which demonstrate our continued commitment to a sustainable growth strategy.  The pro-business administration in Jefferson City has given us a renewed optimism about the Missouri economy.”  McKean added further, “We are pleased to partner with the Bauman Family and are looking forward to continued growth with our limestone businesses in southern Missouri.  We are also very excited with the new opportunities these transactions will bring to everyone involved with the parent organization.”

The three quarries vertically position BMC along the major interstate corridors from its hub in St. Louis Metro. “This will dramatically increase our ability to service our customers with expanded product offerings,” said McKean, “and will enable the parent company to participate more fully in future transportation and infrastructure investment in the state.”

The acquisitions now bring the total number of vertical and horizontal acquisitions for BMC Enterprises, Inc. to 10 since 2009 and 19 since Nathan McKean became CEO in 2004.


Founded in 1925, Breckenridge Material Company, a subsidiary of BMC Enterprises, Inc. is a privately held and operated construction materials company headquartered in St. Louis.