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Concrete Revival Expands Maryville, Missouri, Operations

Concrete Revival, a grassroots industrial, commercial, and residential concrete polishing and coating contracting company, plans to expand its operations in Maryville, Missouri. The $350,000 project is expected to create 13 jobs.

The company will locate at 413 Machining’s new location which will streamline operations and increase efficiencies.

“It’s really a testament to how great our God is if you think about how we were able to create a team of such extremely talented individuals as these in such a short amount of time,” said Al Harmening, Owner and CEO of Concrete Revival. “From our employees, salesmen, and customers to suppliers, lenders, advisors, outsourced partners, and promoters, I wouldn’t trade this team for any other.”

For this expansion, Concrete Revival will benefit from the Missouri Works program, a tool that helps companies expand and retain workers by providing access to capital through withholdings or tax credits for job creation.

“We’re pleased to see Concrete Revival expanding in Maryville and benefiting the community,” noted Maggie Kost, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. “It’s always exciting to see quality employers investing locally and creating opportunities for Missourians and their families. Our team is glad to assist this company as it provides a positive impact for our state’s Northwest region.”

Concrete Revival is dedicated to providing customers with quality floor finishes to improve the function and aesthetics of concrete. 413 Machining is a service-disabled veteran-owned CNC milling company that manufactures steel, aluminum, and plastic products.

“NCED is thrilled to welcome Concrete Revival to the community, they provide great service and great jobs and are an amazing addition to our business community,” added Josh McKim, Executive Director of Nodaway County Economic Development.

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