Custom Crushing & Portable Operations
If your project requires aggregate material processing, look no further than BJ Rees’s Enterprise. No matter the location or material, our mobile crushing plants and equipment are ready to be deployed on-site. Our range of portable and stationary crushers, screens, and conveyors are manufactured and developed for various applications and material types. Our team has decades of experience working on jobs with complex requirements, and we always meet the challenge with a culture of dependability, expertise, and efficiency.
Materials Where You Need It
No matter the type of material you need processed, BJ Rees’s Enterprise has the equipment and plant expertise to deliver quality products. With our large fleet of portable equipment, we can mobilize quickly to your project for your material needs.
Decades of Expertise
Our wide range of configurable custom plants, equipment, and crushing services help you to increase productivity, reduce cost-per-ton, improve safety and avoid risks. BJ Rees’s Enterprise has designed plants for decades. We can handle everything from material analysis and process planning to engineering, delivery, equipment, and after-sales support.
Superior Material Processing
As a contractor, we specialize in portable crushing and screening with experience on many major highways, dams, reclamation, and other construction projects. With millions of materials processed over the past five decades, we’ll work efficiently and safely with dependability in mind at your job site.
Portable setup near Big Timber Montana. Crews will be producing aggregate materials for a new Tailings Dam at a platinum mine.
BJ Rees’s Enterprise is excited to partner with NW Construction, Inc. on the B.F. Sisk Dam - SOD Modifications - Phase I project near Los Banos, California. Rees’s crews will be processing Zone materials and aggregates for the project.
Rees’s crews crews are producing all site materials for the project.
The Haiwee Dam project involves mining and processing one million cubic yards of material for the multiple zoned embankment dam on-site and producing all the rip rap products at an off-site quarry.
Rees produces aggregates for asphalt and concrete for various NDOT highway projects.
Rees crews have been producing aggregates for Pyramid Materials for over 12 years as a commercial source. We produce concrete aggregate, asphalt aggregate, as well as construction materials.
Coming in the spring of 2022, the Pace Pit is a new commercial operation for Rees in our hometown of Coalville, Utah. We will be producing concrete aggregates and construction aggregates.
The Owens Lake project in Lone Pine, California has been a continuing project to control dust on the dry lake bed at Owens Lake Valley. B.J. Rees's Enterprise has crushed material for ground cover on several phases of this project. This project's current crushing equipment consists of a Metso/Nordberg C140 42" x 55" primary jaw crusher, one Nordberg G3812 secondary cone crusher, and two Metso/Nordberg model HP400 cone crushers. A Surestrike model 4000 rock breaker mounted on a Komatsu PC750 excavator is used for breaking any oversize material before feeding the primary jaw crusher. This project's present and past phases have required processing about one million tons of material in one season. The products have been various sizes of larger Rip Rap, and smaller material for ground cover.
Asphalt material and road base for the Saddle Road Project between Hilo and Kona, Hawaii on the Big Island. The crushing equipment consisted of a Nordberg C140 42"x55" primary jaw crusher, one Nordberg G3812 secondary cone crusher, and two Nordberg HP400 finish cone crushers. This equipment was later shipped back to the mainland for a project on the Owens Lake Valley near Lone Pine, California.
800,000-ton road base material. Crushing equipment consisted of Nordberg C140 42"x55" primary jaw crusher, two Nordberg HP400 cones crushers, JCI screens, Thor T150 telescoping radial stacker, and REESCO field conveyors. This equipment was later moved to a project on the Big Island, Hawaii, and then returned to the mainland to a project in Lone Pine, California.
The Salt Lake City Airport project consisted of breaking and crushing the taxiway and de-icing pad concrete to build a new replacement taxiway and de-icing pad. Crushing equipment consisted of one Primary horizontal shaft impact crusher and one secondary horizontal shaft impact crusher. The concrete was broken up on the taxiways and de-icing pads using Surestrike model 4000 breakers, then hauled to the crusher and processed to 2" minus material for use on the project.
We’re available to assist on any roadway, construction, or mining project. Get in touch with us and see how we can help.