American Quartz Group breaks ground at former Yellow Freight facility

Nov 21,2019

The former Yellow Freight Systems trucking terminal sprang to life last week as the American Quartz Group hosted a groundbreaking of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility on Lenwood Road.

The American Quartz Group’s multi-million dollar facility in Barstow will be the first quartz-surface manufacturer on the West Coast and one of the few in the entire U.S.

During the groundbreaking event, which marked a significant milestone for the community, Barstow Mayor Julie Hackbarth-McIntyre passionately addressed the audience, emphasizing the positive impact the project would have on the region. City officials, including Chairman of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Curt Hagman, were also present to show their support for the initiative.

As the ceremony unfolded, State Treasurer Fiona Ma shared her insights on the economic prospects tied to the development. The project not only garnered attention from local leaders but also drew interest from federal agencies. Daniel Sieu, representing the Minority Business Development Agency under the U.S. Department of Commerce, expressed enthusiasm about the potential opportunities for minority businesses in the area.

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Hackbarth-McIntyre, who presented the company with the key to the city, said the City of Barstow will “endeavor to write the pages of history by demonstrating the level of industry professionalism that will be brought to the region and state by the addition of the American Quartz Group.”