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Frank C. Alegre Trucking

About FTG Construction Materials, Inc.

FTG Construction maintains sand and dirt pits, including three surface mines with screening plants throughout the Tracy, Manteca, Stockton, Antioch, Brentwood, Ione and Sacramento areas. Equipment operated by F.T.G. Construction Materials, Inc. include front-end loaders, excavators, dozers, blades, paddle-wheels, water-wagons, water trucks, screening plants and a low-bed to transport equipment. F.T.G. Construction Materials, Inc. has a fully operational shop which maintains and overhauls its own equipment, including two fully stocked service vehicles which lube, fuel and conduct preventative maintenance operations in the field. F.T.G. Construction Materials, Inc. also has a materials yard at 915 Anderson Street in Stockton. This yard contains stock piled materials such as landscaping soils, sand, loam, road-base, topsoil, garden rock, pea-gravel, dirt, etc. which is sold to contractors and the public. These materials can be picked up by customers, or trucked out and specially delivered by Alegre Trucking�s equipment. In 1990 Frank Alegre founded Ramrock Environmental Recycling Co. and Ramrock Leasing & Equipment Co., Inc. Ramrock currently owns and operates three portable rock crushing plants which could be broken down, and set back up for operation on any jobsite in a matter of days. The primary operation of these plants is recycling of waste concrete solids and asphalt into a variety of reusable aggregate products. Each plant can average approximately 1,200 tons of material each day, much of it coming from area contractors. The concrete and asphalt often come from demolition of highways, streets, parking lots, driveways, etc.

These Jaw and Impact Crushers can handle concrete containing rebar. Certain materials can be recycled at a rate of 175-250 tons per hour. Clean concrete and/or asphalt waste is quickly recycled to Class II AB, spec or non-spec, depending on materials processed. These plants can produce 1/2" or 1" minus, crushed rock, drain rock, road base, and sand from waste debris. Ramrock is available to landfill operations to assist with compliance of AB939, the Landfill Reduction Bill, in assisting recycling and reusing solid concrete and asphalt waste products. Contractors and the public can benefit in that Ramrock will accept the waste items that are so costly to dispose of, and can convert the "disposal headaches" into profitable resaleable commodities. The crushed material can be used for such things as roadbed construction. Clean material brought in by the County and City is received without charge. Charges for others depend on the amount and type of material.