Central Washington Concrete (CWC) has been supplying quality Ready Mix Concrete and Gravel Materials for over 28 years in the Central Washington Region.
CWC’s began operations in 1982 in Quincy, Washington and has since expanded into Othello, Ephrata, Moses Lake, and Wenatchee.
In 2001 CWC was acquired by Oldcastle Materials Group and is now an affiliate of Central Pre-Mix Concrete Company which further expanded our resources and capabilities to better serve our communities.
CWC introduced computerized Solomon Liquid Colors to the Wenatchee market and surrounding areas in 2004 and to the Moses Lake market and surrounding areas in 2006. Our goal was to produce quality colored concrete at a competitive price so that everyone could enjoy the benefits of quality decorative concrete.
Whether a residential patio, a multimillion dollar commercial, industrial or infrastructure projects, Central Washington Concrete has provided the Central Washington market innovation, service and quality products since 1982.
We offer 6 locations for Gravel in the Adams, Franklin, Grant , Douglas and Chelan County markets from the following locations; Othello, Ephrata, Moses Lake, Quincy, and Wenatchee.
With an emphasis on service and quality, our sales, quality control, production and administration staff will be at your service to help ensure the success of your next project.
Central Washington Concrete and the Environment:
Central Washington Concrete is committed to being a steward of the land in which we operate and has received awards for Environmental Excellence from the National Ready Mix Concrete Association (N.R.M.C.A.) at our East Wenatchee, Washington location in 2006 and our Othello, Washington location in 2008.
Standards To Which We Operate:
All of Central Washington Concrete’s Batch Plant Facilities are National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NRMCA) Certified and comply with our internal Quality Assurance program.
Central Washington Concrete has Portable Batch Plants and Crushers and Washing Plants to service Wind Farm projects and jobs in remote locations.
These facilities can produce concrete in excess of 100 yards per hour and aggregates for Asphalt, Concrete and Road Construction projects.