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GCLI makes riprap from 48 inches down to 12 inches, with 24-inch being the most common product.
That side of GCLI's business has had a couple of favorable bumps.
With the recession cutting GCLI's limestone and railcar-unloading businesses by half, riprap sales have made up the difference.
What's more, GCLI has been buying the equipment it needs for the growing riprap business "and getting pretty good deals on it, too," Robinson says.
It was this business-development team that led GCLI into the riprap market.
GCLI knows the impact that recycled concrete is having on the crushed-limestone market.
Another potential growth area for GCLI is setting up its riprap production model in other coastal regions.
What is unlikely is that GCLI will enter the merger and acquisition market.
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