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Megaacrete Plans Kerrville, Texas, Headquarters

Megaacrete, a joint venture between Litecrete and Aercon, plans to establish operations in Kerrville, Texas. The $40 million project is expected to create 40 jobs.

The new 120,000-square-foot headquarters will house corporate offices, a training center and an advanced manufacturing facility, producing autoclaved aerated concrete thin panels. Operations are scheduled for late 2025.

“Partnering with the Herb family and Aercon will provide the AAC industry in the USA the technical, operative and economic support needed to position the AAC thin panels as a mainstream solution to mainstream solution to sustainable and energy-efficient construction practices,” said Megaacrete co-owner Bernardo Zambrano. “Megaacrete will set the standard for AAC production in the U.S. and North America for production quality and customer service.”

Litecrete, a steel fabrication company, is owned by Mexico’s Zambrano family, a founding member of CEMEX, the third-largest cement/concrete company in the world. Aercon is an industry leader in AAC production, boasting American-made products with exceptional thermal and acoustic properties and fire-resistant capabilities.

"We are thrilled to welcome Megaacrete's U.S. headquarters to Kerrville,” noted Gilberto Salinas, executive director of the Kerr Economic Development Corporation. “The company’s operations are estimated to add $58 million to the local economy, with projects adding hundreds of jobs over the next five years. The manufacturer’s economic impact will be felt for years to come, especially as it pertains to the region’s supply chain and local economy.”

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