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Awards & Community


  • Bricks for Vets Monument photo


    The Concrete Association of Wyoming recognized Croell Redi-Mix and other contractors for their community involvement and assistance in developing a site supporting our great Veterans, "Bricks for Vets."

    You can learn more about this project on the Bricks for Vets website.

  • Mercy building addition

    The 2012 Excellence in Concrete Awards

    The Iowa Ready Mixed Concrete Association recognized Croell Redi-Mix in the category of Commercial/Industrial Buildings (<5,000 CY) for the Mercy Emergency Department Replacement Project in Mason City, Iowa. The helipad and patient drop drives were completed as part of this project. These areas included a snowmelt system requiring insulation and heating tubes under the concrete paving for safety of staff and patients during the winter.

    You can download more details (pdf) on this project.


  • Extreme Makeover House

    Extreme Makeover Home Edition

    ABC’s Extreme Make-Over Home Edition made a stop in Northeast Iowa. A legally blind mother, Audrey Gibbs, and her six children were awarded with a brand new home in West Union, Iowa. In the Gibb’s family’s case, the house they were living in didn’t even have a working toilet. Croell Redi-Mix had the opportunity to build the foundation for the house. In addition to the house, we also poured the base for an extra grain bin to help the family with additional income. We can’t express how fortunate we were to be a part of giving the Gibb’s family a new home and a new outlook on life. We wish the best to the family and we thank everyone who made this project possible.

  • Habitat for Humanity Logo

    Habitat for Humanity

    Millard and Linda Fuller established Habitat for Humanity with the goal to create simple, sturdy houses at low cost for families who couldn’t afford adequate housing. Today, the organization has built over 600,000 homes for families in need. This work has touched over 3 million people worldwide, and Croell is proud to be a part of the founders’ vision. Here at Croell Redi-Mix, we have donated and will continue to donate our skills and expertise to build homes for needy families. It is our philosophy to give back to our communities, as we believe it strengthens and enriches the family values Habitat for Humanity instills.

  • Honor Flight Network photo

    Honor Flight Network

    The Honor Flight Network is an amazing organization serving those who have served us. Recently, memorials were constructed in Washington D.C. to remember those who fought and those who lost their lives in World War II. Honor Flight Founder Earl Morse discovered many of the veterans who wished and hoped to see their memorials were unable to do so because of the cost, as well as limited mobility. His wish was to have every veteran see their memorial in Washington D.C. free of cost. To date, the Honor Flight Network has served more than 81,000 veterans. At Croell Redi-Mix, we are proud to contribute to this cause as we believe in honoring our nation’s heroes.