Superior Concrete hosts open house


(Press release) – Superior Concrete hosted an open house event on Wednesday to showcase their newly operational concrete batching plant in GYSBI Annex in McDoom. An open invitation was extended to the public, the private sector and to government with the intention of not only presenting the success of the investment and offering transparency into Superior’s operation, but to showcase the production ability.

The plant has the largest capacity of any concrete plant currently in Guyana with the capability of producing 130 cubic yards an hour. The plant is a wet mix type, the only one of its kind in Georgetown. Wet batch plants are not only a more precise system but a more environmentally friendly design than a dry mix plant.

Superior Concrete’s plant is a fully enclosed design utilizing both the most intelligent software in ready mix technology to ensure consistency and efficiency but also an advanced lasering technology, which monitors the quality of the air to ensure air pollutants, primarily cement dust, are captured. Superior spoke to their guests in depth about their methodology and the high standards they place upon their selves and their operation.

From Left: Local Partner of Superior Concrete Mr. Randy Wade, Directors of Superior Concrete Ian Jones and Maxwell Snow, United States Embassy Political/Economic Chief, Brian Hall and Economic Specialist/Commercial Specialist Richard Leo

Said Randy Wade, a local Guyanese Director, “We adhere to International standards with all of our clients and strive to set new standards in terms of quality by always going above and beyond.” That statement rings true to Superior’s philosophy that achieving perfection means continuously striving to improve – by refining industry technology, services and production. Superior Concrete are members of both ACI (American Concrete Institute) and NRMCA (National Ready Mix Concrete Association).

In attendance were members of Guyanese Government, including Minister of Public Works, Honourable Bishop Juan Edghill, along with delegates from both the U.S. Embassy and the High Commission of Canada to Guyana.

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  1. Dicksonrp says

    These are the same characters who attacked the PPPC govt and showed no respect for ministers. Need we sweep it under the carpet in instructions of the US and Canada govt? Massa day done???

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