Triangle Brick Company Builds New Plant

Brick Manufacturer Announces Plans to Construct a New Brick Plant in Clay County, Texas

Triangle Brick Company says it will build a new brick plant in Clay County, Texas, located approximately 10 miles south of Henrietta on Hwy 287.

Triangle Brick Company has selected Rogers-O’Brien Construction Company of Dallas, Texas, as its partner for the design and construction of the new plant. Construction is expected to begin by the end of 2014, and brick production will begin in early 2016. The new plant will have the capacity to produce 100 million brick equivalents per year.

The Clay County team is expected to consist of up to 45 employees, including production and sales, and will supply clay face brick to customers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, and the surrounding areas.

“As part of the Roeben family of companies, Triangle Brick Company’s expansion is an example of the Roeben’s focus on generational planning and their desire to diversify our company for the long term,” said Scott Mollenkopf, president and CEO of Triangle Brick Company. “The Clay County brick plant is a crucial part of our growth strategy as it opens new opportunities for Triangle Brick Company in the South West markets.”

About Triangle Brick Company
Triangle Brick Company is a leading brick manufacturer headquartered in Durham, N.C. It was founded in 1959 with an original plant beginning production in 1960. Currently, it has four plants, located in central North Carolina. Its products currently are supplied to dealers and distributors, builders, and masons in more than 30 states. For more information on Triangle Brick Company, visit

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