Governor Baker attends opening of Littleton concrete plant

Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker attended the opening of a Ready Mix Concrete plant in the town of Littleton according to a report by Baker described the facility as an example of a local community working a with local business to solve a need that benefits the commonwealth.  

Baker adds he looks forward to seeing the site working on infrastructure projects.

The report says: “He credited Town Administrator Keith Bergman for the town’s partnership with Mass Ready Mix’s parent company, the Middlesex Corporation, and for working with state government to get the plant running.”

General manager Wayne Tarr showed the governor and town officials where rock material is brought in on a conveyor belt and where it is mixed with water to create concrete.

Bob Pereira, chief operating officer and founder of Middlesex Corporation says the plant will provide jobs and give back to the community.

“We’re proud to continue to invest in the state of Massachusetts and the town of Littleton,” Pereira adds.


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