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- Oldcastle forms APAC-Central, Inc.
2009APAC-Oklahoma, McClinton-Anchor and Arkhola Sand & Gravel merged to become APAC-Central, Inc.
- Ashland Oil purchased Standard Industries, Inc.
1975Standard Industries, Inc. was purchased by Ashland Oil and became a division of Ashland Paving and Construction, Inc. Standard became APAC-Oklahoma, Inc.
- Ashland Oil purchased McClinton
1974McClinton sold the company, but not the quarries, to Ashland Oil.
- Ashland Oil purchased Arkhola
1968Ashland Oil purchased Arkhola and it became a part of Ashland-Warren, Inc (later renamed to APAC).
- The McClinton Brothers part ways
1960The McClinton Brothers parted ways. Charles moved to Harrison, Arkansas and started McClinton Inc. Clark stayed in Fayetteville and incorporated the original company.
- Arkhola patented a new formula to remove iron from sand
1960Bill Dills, with the help of a chemist from Reno, Nevada, patented a formula to remove iron from sand making it possible to produce silica sand for use in the glass manufacturing industry.
- Standard Industries, Inc. was formed.
1955Standard Industries, Inc. was formed and purchased all of the outstanding stock of Standard Paving Company, Acme Materials Company & Standard Roofing Company from the four sons of J.I. Gray. Thru 1975 Standard continued in its role as a highway and street contractor, as well as a supplier of crushed stone and asphalt in the Tulsa, Ponca City, & Pryor areas.
- The McClinton Brothers territory became over extended
The McClinton Brothers territory became over extended. They sold all their grading equipment & focused on the Johnson quarry
- McClinton Brothers leased Johnson Quarry
1948McClinton Brothers leased Johnson Quarry. They became the first area contractor with a permanent location for crushed stone and agricultural lime. They later bought the quarry and two other quarries, one at West Fork and the other at Avoca.
- McClinton Brothers awarded first big contract
1947McClinton Brothers won their first big contractâ€”a $20,000 job doing dirt work for the runway at Searcy Airport.
- Arkhola began manufacturing concrete masonry units
1946Arkhola began manufacturing concrete masonry units in its first block plant located in Fort Smith.
- McClinton Brothers construction was formed
1946Brothers, Clark McClinton & Charles Wesley McClinton, started McClinton Brothers with an investment of $5,000. The company was headquartered in Fayetteville, Arkansas. They started by clearing land and building ponds for farmers.
- Arkhola Opened its first asphalt plant & quarry
1945Arkhola opened its first hot mix asphalt plant and first quarry located in the Fort Smith Area.
- Arkhola enters the ready mix business
1937Arkhola entered the ready mix concrete business, utilizing mixer-truck loads of almost 2 cubic yards.
- Yahola Sand & Gravel renames to Arkhola
1927Yahola Sand & Gravel changed their name to Arkhola, taking the â€œArkâ€ from Arkansas and keeping the â€œholaâ€ from Yahola.
- Yahola Sand & Gravel Company formed
1913Dills established the Yahola Sand & Gravel Company after installing a small washing & screening plant.
- Walter S. Dills begins deliveries of sand & gravel
1911Walter S. Dills, founder of Arkhola, begins deliveries of sand & gravel from his farm to tradesmen in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
- Standard Roofing company of Tulsa & Muskogee was formed.
1901A few years later, offices were opened in Texas, Oklahoma, & Arkansas.
- J.I Gray organized J.I. Gray Roofing and Manufacturing
1900Later would become Standard Industries