Dakota Concrete delivers concrete for the platform work at Metro-North’s Beacon Station.

High-profile construction projects in the Hudson Valley are receiving asphalt, concrete, rock, or other quarry products from Thalle Industries.

“From the Indian Point power plant to the West Point academy, our products are critical to many of the region’s most important projects,” says Glenn Pacchiana, Thalle Industries’ president and CEO. “We supply locally sourced and produced construction materials that help our customers reduce their carbon footprint by reducing transportation costs.”

Thalle Industries is an environmentally responsible supplier of high-quality virgin and recycled aggregate, asphalt products and brownfield fill for the construction industry. Thalle produces asphalt and virgin stone products at its Fishkill, New York, quarry; ready-mix concrete and recycled stone at its Dakota Concrete site in Montrose; and recycled stone at its Virtual Quarry® in Elmsford, New York.

Dakota Concrete delivers concrete to a local road.

Thalle’s high-profile projects this summer include:

  • U.S. Military Academy at West Point: As part of a 17-year academic building upgrade program, West Point will modernize eight facilities that are between 50 and 110 years old. Dakota Concrete provides West Point contractors with concrete.
  • Indian Point Energy Center: Holtec is working on a 12- to 15-year decommissioning program at the former nuclear power plant in Buchannan, New York. Dakota Concrete is a supplier.
  • Beacon Station: Work at Metro-North’s Beacon Station includes the renovation of a passenger platform. Dakota Concrete is a supplier.
  • Route 9: Thalle supplied 34,000 tons of asphalt to ELQ Industries starting in mid-April for the repaving project along Route 9 near Poughkeepsie.
  • Frito-Lay: The consumer products corporation is building a new $100 million fulfillment center in East Fishkill. The complex will serve as a distribution warehouse serving customers in the New York metro market. Thalle provides asphalt for the parking lot.

Thalle Industries’ ability to deliver concrete to some of the Hudson Valley’s major projects is due to the recent opening of Dakota Concrete at 2099 Albany Post Road in Montrose, New York. Dakota Concrete also has a new Virtual Quarry recycling center, which will give customers from Putnam and southern Dutchess counties a new recycling option.


Over the winter, Thalle Industries upgraded its 350-tons-per-hour asphalt plant with the latest burner and silo technologies. During the height of the paving season, the plant can load pavement trailers and trucks within three minutes

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For more about Thalle Industries, visit thalleindustries.com.

Modern Contractor Solutions, September 2023
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