ACDI is a co-operative association of independently owned and locally operated distributors of specialty construction products and equipment.
Bierschbach Equipment & Supply, the Dakota’s number one source for high quality construction equipment and supplies. The employee owners of Bierschbach Equipment & Supply have been serving the construction industry in South Dakota, North Dakota and parts of Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska and Wyoming since 1979. Our experienced staff is ready to help with your equipment rental needs regardless of your project size or scope. Our high quality rental fleet is equipped to help you reach your construction goals.
Since 1958, Bird Stairs has been supplying top quality products and service to the construction industry of Atlantic Canada.
We have office and warehouse locations in the following provinces and cities in Atlantic Canada:
In New Brunswick: Fredericton, Saint John, and Moncton;
in Nova Scotia: Dartmouth and Halifax;
in Newfoundland: St. John’s; and
on Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown
We are a full service reinforcing steel fabricator and concrete construction product supplier. For over 100 years now we have been providing our customers with the highest level of service at competitive pricing. We stock an extensive supply of reinforcing steel as well as all the other top brands and products you need to make your construction projects a success.
We are a family owned and operated corporation that has been providing quality products and services to the construction industry since 1973.
Buffalo Concrete Accessories is fortunate to have some of the most knowledgeable staff in the construction supply business. They are dedicated individuals who inspire and educate contractors daily.
Since 1947, Building Specialties Company has been the headquarters for the concrete contractor. We provide all types of concrete accessories to contractors in the New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Gulfport, MS area.
The Chas. E. Phipps Company distributes concrete repair materials, sealants, coatings and various building specialties to contractors across Ohio. Phipps traces its history to about 1921 when Charles E. Phipps began selling train car loads of aggregates for construction use and to Cleveland’s foundries. From the 1930’s to 1984 Melbourne W. Phipps diversified the products Phipps sold, but the company remained focused on providing “Quality Products, Technical Expertise and Trusted Service” to industrial and commercial contractors across northern Ohio. Over the last 20 years Phipps has achieved the distinction of being one of the largest U.S. distributors for Euclid Chemical, Sika, Tremco, BASF, Ardex and other fine manufacturers of concrete accessories and sealants.
Concrete Accessories has been serving Southern Nevada’s needs for quality construction supplies and service for more than 40 years. Concrete Accessories offers knowledgeable sales staff educated to answer all of your questions. Concrete Accessories is family owned and operated– meaning we take your business personally– striving to ensure superior, old-fashioned customer service where the customer is our number one priority. We want your repeat business. If we don’t have what you are looking for from our massive inventory we can locate it and get you exactly what you need and quickly. Custom made tools and products to meet your exact specifications.
Concrete Systems was started in 1968 by William High who believed that customer service should be a priority. The company was started in a small office/warehouse and yard at 2121 Menaul NE. Concrete Systems soon became a leading distributor of concrete construction accessories in New Mexico. In 1970, Bill got together with Sal Samaniego and Joe Simental in El Paso and El Paso Concrete Systems was born. The first location was shared with a local contractor. By 1972, El Paso CSI was in a new location at 946 Hawkins. In 1973 Albuquerque CSI had outgrown the Menaul location and moved into a brand new facility at 3120 Richmond. El Paso CSI followed in 1979 moving into a new building next to the old Hawkins facility. Over the years the Albuquerque yard was continually expanded and then in 1995, office and warehouse space was doubled.