History

wichitafalls_cropOK Concrete Company was established on September 25, 1970. Arthur Litteken bought half of the interest on the location on Sheppard Access Road in Wichita Falls, TX from T. C. Foley who owned City Concrete, Inc. on the other side of Wichita Falls. Four years later in 1974, Arthur bought the remainder of OK Concrete Company.Nineteen years later in June of 1989 OK Concrete Company purchased M & M Ready Mix in Vernon and Childress, TX to expand to three locations.

Two years later, in June of 1991 OK Concrete Company moved into Seymour, TX by purchasing the location from Strickland Bridge Company.

Up next on Arthur Litteken’s agenda was to build a concrete plant in Windthorst, TX from the ground up. The land was purchased from Joe Shroeder Dairy in July of 1993 and was operational by early 1997. During this time Arthur sold OK Concrete Company to his two sons Arthur Litteken Jr. and David Litteken.

vernon_cropIn 1999, OK Concrete Company purchased a plant in Olney, TX from Roy Richards at Raco Materials, Inc.

Later that same year in 1999, OK Concrete Company decided to purchase a plant in Jacksboro, TX. They purchase this concrete company from Sandy Hill Ready Mix.

Art and David Litteken then set their sites on existing plants in Memphis and Shamrock, TX. OK Concrete Company purchased both locations on January, 18 2001 from Payne Concrete, Inc.

In early 2005, David purchased Art’s portion of OK Concrete Company. David currently owns and operates the OK Concrete Company today.

Today OK Concrete Company still operates in Wichita Falls, Vernon, Childress, Seymour, Windthorst, Olney, Jacksboro, and Shamrock. The plant in Memphis was converted into a portable plant in early 2012. From there the plant has operated windthorst_cropin Guthrie, TX, and has since moved back to Memphis to complete an existing job.

A  lot has changed in the concrete industry and OK Concrete over the years, but OK Concrete Company still believes that service and professionalism comes first and they conduct their business with strong  Christian moral values from a new employee to management.