Keystone Concrete began in 1963 when Herb Hatfield purchased a small ready mix concrete plant in Churubusco, Indiana. Servicing the farm and construction industries, he grew the company and purchased a larger site in Northwest Allen County. Herb’s sons, Mike, Bill and Dan, now own and operate Keystone Concrete on the land that Herb had envisioned this “first class” concrete operation. Keystone would later add a second plant to that location and a third plant located in Avilla, Indiana. Just prior to the new millennium, the Hatfield’s purchased a sand and gravel operation between Columbia City, Indiana and Albion, Indiana. This facility produces some of the highest quality sand found in the area and is an integral part of Keystone Concrete’s commitment to quality. The Avilla plant was later moved to this site where it operates today.
Keystone Concrete has also expanded its tool and supply department with names like Dow, Sonneborn, Master Builders, Thoro, Marshalltown, ADA Solutions, Hydrozo and Kaufman, just to name a few. Keystone has filled supply orders throughout Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio on projects large and small.
With 3 plants including the area’s largest; a fleet of over 20 front-discharge mixers, 5 bulk cement trailers, and 8 dump trucks and trailers; Keystone Concrete can take on any project Fort Wayne and the surrounding area has to offer.