CEO of American Eagle Ready Mix Utah LLC, Doug Clements, named Entrepreneur Of The Year 2023 Mountain West Award Finalist
Mr. Clements said "It's an honor to be included alongside the amazing business leaders recognized by EY. Building American Eagle Ready Mix has been a dream come true. Hard work, determination, persistence and watching our organization and team member family succeed has been our passion behind the scenes. Every single employee, who we prefer to call team members, has had an impact on the outcome."
Kate Macfarlane is a sophomore at Murray High and dances on the drill team. Kate has aplastic anemia, which is a rare bone marrow failure disease. Her bone marrow suddenly stopped producing red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in August 2021. She has frequent blood transfusions to keep her going. She is currently undergoing treatment to try and get her into remission.
American Eagle Ready Mix are blessed to help sponsor Kates Drill Team.
American Eagle Ready Mix Utah LLC Named to MountainWest Capital Network's 2022 Utah 100
Salt Lake City Utah — October 17, 2022 — American Eagle Ready Mix Utah LLC today announced it was named to the 2022 Utah 100, MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN)’s annual list of the fastest-growing companies in Utah. American Eagle ranked No. 42 out of 100 companies and was honored at the 28th annual Utah 100 Awards program, held at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. “I want to thank every employee and customer who has contributed to this great award and accomplishment. The recognition is a great reminder of how hard we have all worked and will need to work to keep our prestigious status within in the Utah Top 100 companies!” Thank you to Tyler and Colin for going on this amazing journey with me and to the team of employees who helped celebrate the win. Doug Clements, President, American Eagle Ready Mix Utah LLC.
American Eagle nominated for Best of State 2022
UDOT thanks state trooper who intercepted car in active construction zone
Although we weren’t on the job site, we partner often with Wadsworth who had their workers there. We sit on the Highway Safety Committee and want to show our support for all our fellow construction workers who are protected by the UHP. We have donated money for an award for Lt. Cox, whose bravery saved the lives of the road crew that could have been us.
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