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Johnson Concrete Company was a Patron Donor in the building of the AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design and would like to congratulate them on being a winner of the 2012 Clean and Green Commercial New Construction. Read More >

On a 9 p.m. Aug. 19 episode of the Travel Channel’s new series, “All You Can Meat,” Moore cooks ribs for — and with — host Chuey Martinez at the Spencer Little League Ballpark on Eighth Street. Read More >

WHEN I MOVED to western North Carolina nearly five years ago, I was introduced to Carolina clay—very different from the sandy loam of southern Maryland, where I had gardened for 20 years or so. The sticky, reddish soil seems better suited for making pottery than for gardening—at least until it’s amended. Read More >

Johnson Concrete has purchased a brand new, state of the art Tiger TG-Series machine. Utilizing the most sophisticated technology available and a multifunctional design, our new machine is capable of making concrete masonry units, bricks, retaining wall blocks, pavers, and more. Read More >

SALISBURY - Do your weekend plans include mowing the yard? With the rain we've had lately grass is getting high, but there's a way to have a beautiful backyard that you never have to mow. It's a new trend called "hardscaping." Read More >

Salisbury Post - People waiting for the train at Klumac Road have had some entertainment for the past few months. Johnson Concrete, a company founded in Salisbury in 1947, has been constructing an elaborate “outdoor living space” to usher in a new part of the business: hardscapes.  Read More >

Cooperative ExtensionMaster Gardener Volunteer SALISBURY — The primary purpose of the Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Pocket Garden project is to educate the general public with demonstration gardens for urban gardeners. Read More >

Congrats to Johnson Concrete's Mack Albright for being named Director of the Year from the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties!!! Thanks, Mack, for all you do to support and promote our industry. Read More >

Johnson Concrete’s Salisbury headquarters will have a new addition in the Spring!  Read More >

The Johnson Concrete Company was formed in 1947 with the opening of a single plant manufacturing concrete pipe and blocks in Salisbury, N.C. Its founder was Allen Starling Johnson Jr., whom football enthusiasts will recall as an All-American guard on Duke University’s legendary 1938 team.  Read More >

Johnson Concrete is featured on the ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com.  Read More >

Frances “Billy” Johnson was honored with the Wilson L. Smith Philanthropic Award. Read More >

Johnson Concrete is a proud sponsor of Carolina Christmas’s hottest spot. Read More >

Salisbury Post columnist Darrell Blackwelder highlights the benefits of choosing concrete pavers  Read More >

Johnson Concrete President, Frances “Billy” Johnson, receives the Community Care Clinic of Rowan Read More >

Congratulations to West Rowan High School student John Jancic for winning the 2010 Skills USA  Read More >

Johnson Concrete hardscapes manager, Sherry Beck, partnered with Doug and Michelle Patterson  Read More >

Johnson Concrete opens an outdoor living design center in Lexington, NC.  Read More >

Durham Station Transportation Center has been awarded a Golden Leaf Award for Community  Read More >

Johnson Concrete’s Lexington block location is recognized by OSHA’s Read More >

Johnson Concrete opens an outdoor living design center in Raeford, NC.  Read More >

Catawba College in Salisbury, NC announces a new scholarship in honor of Mrs. Johnson. Read More >

 
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