The Shelly Company

TheShellyCompanyLogoThe Shelly Company is an award-winning leader in the asphalt production, aggregate mining, road construction and ready mix concrete industry. They have over 90 locations and 1,800 employees. With an emphasis on safety, quality and sustainability, The Shelly Company has been honored by many organizations, including the National Asphalt Pavement Association and the Associated General Contractors of America.

A brief history
1938  Charles J. Shelly started his company in 1938. Work included road servicing projects in Thornville, Ohio.

1963   Shelly acquires its first asphalt plant and expands the business into aggregate mining.

1985   Geographical diversification – 24 subsidiary companies merged under Shelly.

2000  Oldcastle, Inc., a CRH plc public company headquartered in Atlanta, acquires The Shelly Company.

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Services:
Construction
Energy
Estimating
Delivery

aggregates

 

Products:
Asphalt
Aglime
Limestone
Ready Mix
Sand & Gravel

Want to work for The Shelly Company? Check out their latest Job Opportunities!

www.shellyjobs.com

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About Oldcastle (the Shelly company’s parent company)

Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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