Neville Aggregates Company Inc.
Neville Aggregates operates one of the largest intermodal aggregate terminals in the tri-state area. Located along the Ohio River on Neville Island, just north of Pittsburgh, the facility is central to the interstate highway system, which offers Neville Aggregate's delivery fleet access to a wide market area.
Materials are delivered to the terminal by barge, the most energy efficient mode of transportation. Reprocessing and cleaning equipment at the terminal allows the company to recycle aggregates and to provide specific gradation modifications often needed for conventional materials.
The Glenwood and Rook Station Terminal are rail-to-truck facilities operating in Glenwood and Greentree. Receiving raw materials directly from rail cars opens up supply opportunities not typically available in this region.
Under car off-loading equipment allow a minimal number of workers to off-load sixty car unit trains in a typical work day. An efficient material conveyor network allows materials to be stockpiled in various locations. Gondola cars are used at the Rook Terminal allowing minimal set up costs to unload product. An excavator rides on top of the cars and unloads directly to dump trucks.