Structural High Rises

  • FMC Tower – 2929 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
    49 story headquarters of chemical giant FMC Corporation, top 19 floors are luxury apartments
  • Comcast Tower – 1701 JFK Blvd, Philadelphia, PA
    57 story high rise home to Comcast Corporation
  • One Riverside – 222 S. 25th Street, Philadelphia, PA
    22 story luxury condominium from famed developer Dranoff Properties
  • Murano – 2101 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
    42 story luxury condominium
  • 1706 – 1706 Rittenhouse Square Street, Philadelphia, PA
    31 Story Full - Floor Luxury Residences

Commercial

  • Citizens Bank Park – 1 Citizen Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA
    Home to Philadelphia Phillies (MLB)
  • Wells Fargo Center – 3601 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
    Home to Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) & Flyers (NHL)
  • Lincoln Financial Field – 1 Lincoln Financial Way, Philadelphia, PA
    Home to Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)
  • BB&T Pavilion – 1 Harbor Blvd, Camden, New Jersey
    Waterfront Outdoor Performing Arts Amphitheater (25,000 capacity)
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - Philadelphia
    Temple 1739 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA
  • Penn Medicine New Patient Pavilion – 33rd St. & Convention Ave., Philadelphia
    University of Pennsylvania’s new clinical facility

Infrastructure

  • SR 81 Road Reconstruction, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
    Over 14 miles of new concrete paving & road construction
  • Lincoln Harbor Pier D-T, Weehawken, New Jersey
    Remediation of entire pier & complete structural properties (location of The Chart House restaurant)
  • Ground Zero Slurry Wall, Lower Manhattan, New York
    Reconstruction of 3,300 ft. perimeter slurry wall after attacks of 9/11; “bathtub” around World Trade Center foundation site which keeps the Hudson River out!

Keystone cement products available:

Bulk Products

  • Bulk Products - Type I Portland
  • Bulk Products - Type I/II Portland
  • Bulk Products - Type I-GU Portland (for Canada Export
  • Bulk Products - Type III Portland
  • Bulk Products - Type S Masonry

Bag Products

  • Bag Products - Type I AE (Air Entrained)
  • Bag Products - Type I Portland
  • Bag Products – Type I/II Portland
  • Bag Products - Type III Portland
  • Bag Products – Type S Masonry
  • Bag Products – Type N Masonry
  • Bag Products – Type M Masonry


Keystone Cement manufactures quality Portland and masonry cements that are used in the construction of highways, bridges, and buildings. Keystone Cement, founded in 1928, is located in Bath, Pennsylvania, approximately 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

Our employees are active citizens in the Lehigh Valley. As a company we are committed to building a better life for them and for our neighbors in the community.

Keystone is proud of its commitment to environmental responsibility and its relationship with the local community. 

Where we are

Below are the official designated facility names, site addresses, US EPA ID numbers, and facility phone numbers for the manifests accompanying shipments into the GRR facilities. For additional assistance, please call Customer Service.

Keystone Cement

6507 Nor Bath Blvd, Bath, PA 18014 

Phone: (610) 837-1881

Who are we, Mission, Vision

Who are we?

We are a Company with international presence, that manufactures and commercializes products for the construction industry.

Mission

Make the difference in the world of construction creating sustainable value for our shareholders, employees, customers and communities.

Vision

To be the supplier of choice the construction industry.



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We are a Company with international presence, that manufactures and commercializes products for the construction industry.

Make the difference in the world of construction creating sustainable value for our shareholders, employees, customers and communities.

To be the supplier of choice the construction industry.

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Keystone Cement manufactures quality Portland and masonry cements that are used in the construction of highways, bridges, and buildings.



If you would like to have an ACM representative
contact you regarding the possibility of
receiving online Bill Payment from your customers,
or you can call us at (800) 759 - 6786


Giant Cement Holding joins the Elementia Cement Division
November 11 2016

Giant Cement Holding joins the Elementia Cement Division

As a result of a major negotiation, Giant Cement Holding joins Elementia's Cement Division, which is why more than 500 employees are welcomed.

This acquisition is key, because it will increase production and marketing, by extending operations and presence on the east coast of the American Union.

According to a statement issued by Elementia to the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) "the acquisition constitutes a corporate restructuring".

With this purchase, Elementia adds to its cement production capacity more than 2.8 million tons per year. The transaction includes three cement plants, three limestone quarries, two aggregate plants, six terminals, four waste coprocessing facilities, as well as the Keystone, Dragon, Giant and Grr!

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Keystone Cement Company - Ontario Terminal

  • Address: 20 Railway Street East - Princeton, Ontario N0J1V0 
  • Phone: (519) 533-9897
  • Contact: John Veldhuizen

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Keystone Cement Company - Adrian Terminal

  • Address: 719 Tarrtown Road - Adrian, PA 16210
  • Phone: (724) 545-2300
  • Contact: Milind Lele
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Keystone Cement Company - Jersey City Terminal

  • Address: 300 Thomas McGovern Drive - Jersey City, NJ 07305
  • Phone: (201) 204-2756
  • Contact: Phil Constantino

 

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Keystone Cement Company - Safety

Keystone Cement believes that our employees are the most valuable resources of our company and that ensuring a safe working environment is our shared responsibility.

Safety in the workplace is an integral part of the foundation of any successful business. Keystone Cement believes that responsible health, environment and safety practices go hand in hand with growth and profit and are important for a company's long-term success.

Our products, services, and workplaces reflect our belief that what is good for the environment and the safety and health of all people is good for Keystone Cement.

Environmental

Keystone Cement Company is a STAR in providing environmental solutions for our nation’s waste problems while producing high quality products. Keystone Cement is a leader in controlling pollution and through its Sister Company “Giant Resource Recovery, Inc.” is a pioneer in developing patented methods for recycling waste materials.

ustainability

Keystone Cement aligns its values with those of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development by ensuring that its development is sustainable for current and future generations. Keystone minimizes the impact of its operations on neighbors and focuses on operating in an environmentally ethical manner. Keystone Cement conserves natural resources by recycling our by-products and making them into usable products.

raining

Keystone Cement provides all employees with high quality training to ensure that the facility is operated in a safe, efficient, environmentally responsible manner. Our training is performed in accordance with all applicable state and federal regulations.

ccomplished

Keystone Cement is an accomplished and recognized company with a high regard for environmental stewardship. Our business is governed by strong ethics and good stewardship is something that Keystone Cement has incorporated into every aspect of its business. Keystone Cement has achieved a strong relationship with the local community by encouraging its employees to be active in the local community.

ecycling

Keystone Cement is an industry leader in recycling. In 1976, Keystone Cement became a pioneer in resource recovery by burning for energy recovery through the recycling of high-Btu liquid wastes as a partial substitute for coal. Keystone continues this program today with state-of-the-art testing, loading and storage facilities that follow the strict guidelines set forth by the state and federal environmental agencies.

Keystone Cement uses alternative fuels to recover energy from waste. This means that a portion of the fossil fuels used to make cement is replaced by blended fuels made from other industries waste. After more than 40 years’ experience at using waste to recover energy, the use of waste as fuel at cement factories is one of the most efficient practices there is, because it reduces CO2 emissions while simultaneously providing an environmentally sound solution to our nation’s waste problem, while conserving natural resources.

Keystone Cement also reuses byproducts from other industrial processes as raw materials in the production of cement, as a replacement for natural raw materials.



History of Keystone Cement Company

Keystone Cement Company, located in Bath, Pennsylvania, has been an important part of the Lehigh Valleycement industry since the 1920’s. In 1926, investors contracted to build a new wet process cement manufacturing plant on about 400 acres in the limestone rich Lehigh Valley. Keystone Cement was started with four small rotary kilns, four raw mills, and four finishing mills in 1928. In the years that followed, additional land was purchased, increasing the total acreage to approximately 1,000 acres.

The plant was first upgraded in 1956 with the addition of a fifth, and much larger, wet process kiln, increasing clinker capacity by 25%. In 1995, a major upgrade occurred in the finish grinding department with the installation of a 4400-HP mill to take the place of the five smaller mills. In 1966, a large 15 by 550-foot wet process kiln was commissioned to take the place of the original four small kilns. The small kilns were subsequently decommissioned and removed in 1968.

Over the next 10 years, changes were made in both the raw and finish grinding departments to keep up with increasing clinker capacity and sales. In 1976, Keystone Cement became a pioneer in resource recovery burning high-btu liquid wastes as a partial substitute for coal. Keystone continues this program today with state-of-the-art testing, loading and storage facilities that follow the strict guidelines set forth by the state and federal environmental agencies.

In 1998, the second kiln was substantially overhauled, and a new crossbar clinker cooler was installed. This installation had a positive impact on the kilns’ efficiency, helping to keep the plant competitive in an increasingly competitive northeast market.

For most of its history, Keystone Cement, like its sister company Giant Cement Company, was an independent company. In 1984, Keystone Cement and Giant became part of Giant Group Limited.

Giant Group Limited remained the parent company until 1994, when Keystone and Giant became part of a publicly-traded company, Giant Cement Holding Inc. (GCHI).

On December 9, 1999, Cementos Portland Valderrivas of Madrid, Spain purchased GCHI and its subsidiaries. Cementos Portland Valderrivas is controlled by Fomento de Construcciones y Contratos (FCC), an international construction company with executive offices in Spain.


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