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July 07, 2015, Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc. announced it has supplied in excess of 2,000 tons of custom beach sand to Sandbox Volleyball and C to C Sand Volleyball Training for “The Sandbox”, a 9-court sand volleyball facility. The Sandbox is located at the Jungle Club, a full service family-fitness center in Vero Beach, Florida. Stewart Materials Chief Executive Officer Nick Stewart comments, “This was a unique project that again evidences the varied uses for our custom materials.”

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June 15, 2015, Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc., today announced Fred (“Rudd”) Rudder Joneshas joined the company as Director of Development. Jones brings nearly 30 years of specialized engineering experience. Prior to joining Stewart Materials, Mr. Jones was the founding principal of an engineering consulting firm.  Jones states, “I’m excited to apply my skills…

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May 28, 2015, Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc., (SMI) has made an undisclosed donation to the South Florida National Parks Trust. The donation will support programs in four South Florida national parks including environmental education programs at Everglades National Park. The Everglades Environmental Education Program has been introducing South Florida school children to the…

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May 20, 2015 Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc. (SMI) has been named Best Environmental Solution by Florida Weekly News Magazine in Palm Beach and Collier County. The distinction acknowledges Stewart Materials’ beach renourishment projects in both counties. Stewart Materials supplied 338,495 tons of sand for placement on the stretch of Jupiter Beach from just…

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April 29, 2015, Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc., (SMI) today announced it has successfully supplied nearly 400,000 tons of custom beach sand for two projects in Palm Beach County. Widely acknowledged as the thought leader, supplying inland sourced beach sand for large beach renourishment projects; Stewart Materials supplied 338,495 tons of sand for placement on Jupiter Beach and 56,183 tons for Singer Island.

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