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National Cement
of California

National Cement Company of California was formed in 1987 to acquire the General Portland cement plant in Lebec, CA. The original Lebec plant was built in 1966 to serve the rapidly growing demand for portland cement throughout the southern half of the state of California.

15821 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 475
Encino, CA 91436
Fax: (818) 788-0615

Phone: (818) 728-5200

Lebec, CA Operation
National Cement Company of California operates a state-of-the-art cement plant. It has been modernized with technologies which eliminate land filling CKD waste and greatly reduce energy consumption and air emissions.
Today, the Lebec Plant is a low-emissions energy-efficient cement facility. The last modernization also expanded our cement production capacity. We are a company committed to serving our customers over the long-term and we are always ready to further modernize or change its operations to meet both the demands of its customers and new environmental standards.
Ready-Mix Subsidiaries
In addition to manufacturing cement, National Cement Company of California's ready-mix subsidiaries (National Ready-Mix, Builders Concrete, Viking Ready-Mix and Golden Empire Concrete) serve the California region's needs for high-quality residential and commercial concrete products from their numerous batch plants which cover the diverse markets of Southern California and the Central (San Joaquin) Valley.

National Ready Mixed Concrete Company

National Ready Mixed Concrete Co. is one of the largest ready-mix concrete suppliers serving the Southern California market with twelve concrete plants.

Builders Concrete

Builders Concrete is one of National's three ready mix companies operated and managed in Central California.

Viking Ready Mix

Viking Ready Mix provides services to the central sector of the San Joaquin Valley including Tulare and Kings Counties.

Golden Empire Concrete

Golden Empire Concrete provides services to the southern sector of the San Joaquin Valley including Bakersfield, Delano, Wasco and the outlying Kern County area.