Architectural Masonry Product Guide Edition 6.3

1905 Incorporated as Brampton Pressed Brick Company Ltd. Production capacity at 2 million brick/year.

1949 Brampton Pressed Brick was purchased from the Packham family and re-named Brampton Brick Limited. Output triples to 6 million brick/year.

1960 Extrusion technology replaces pressed brick equipment and output soars to 26 million brick/year.

1986 Public IPO and facility improvements increase capacity to 200 million brick/year.

2001 Adding a new production line increases capacity to 300 million brick/year, making Brampton Brick the single largest North American clay brick manufacturer under one roof. 2006 The acquisition of Peel Block in Brampton, ON facilitates Brampton Brick’s entry into concrete block manufacturing. 2014 Acquisition of Atlas Block Assets in Hillsdale, ON and Brockville, ON. Expanded geographic footprint and additional concrete masonry and landscape production capacity.

2002 The acquisition of Oaks Concrete Products Canadian and US operations introduce landscape product manufacturing to the product roster.

2009 Farmersburg, IN, plant commissioned, adding a further 100 million brick/year to our capacity.

2016 Acquisition of Eurobloc assets in Boisbriand, QC provides Eastern Region sales and distribution terminal.

2019 Acquisition of Boehmers Block in Cambridge, ON, expands concrete block manufacturing capacity.

2022 Facility upgrades to Brampton concrete products plant brings production of all concrete masonry products to the same site as clay brick manufacturing.



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