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CRH is to acquire Lafarge Tarmac, the concrete manufacturer with 6,600 staff at 330 sites, in a £4.9bn deal.

CRH is to sell Ibstock, the Leicestershire-based operator of 24 brick plants with about 2,000 staff, to Bain Capital for about £400m.

CRH is to acquire Ancon Building Products, the Sheffield-based manufacturer of stainless steel fixing systems, for £88m.

CRH is to acquire Ashland Paving & Construction, the US-based asphalt and aggregates supplier, for £688m.

CRH is to acquire Cementbouw, the Dutch building materials and DIY group, for £488m.

CRH has acquired EHL Group, the German concrete paving company with 32 depots and 1,350 staff, for £93m.

CRH has acquired Hallet Materials and Des Moines Asphalt & Paving in the US for £53m, as well as a 25% stake in the Mashav cement business in Israel.

CRH has acquired Mount Hope Rock Products of New Jersey for up to £100m, in order to expand its aggregates and asphalt business in the US.

CRH is planning to acquire Addtek International, the Finnish cement company, for about £260m.

CRH has acquired Jura Group, the Swiss producer of cement and ready-mix concrete, for £255m.

CRH is to expand its US aggregates and building materials business by acquiring Dolomite Group and the Northern Ohio Paving Company for a total £114m.

CRH has acquired Shelley, the US aggregates group, for £226m, as part of a strategy to expand its building materials business in the Midwest.

CRH is acquiring Thompson-McCully, the US aggregates and asphalt supplier, for £218m, in order to gain a base in the mid-west.

CRH has acquired two US aggregate companies - Millington Quarry and Dell Contractors - for £91m, and hopes to benefit from an increase in federal highway funding in New Jersey.

CRH has acquired two Finnish cement and aggregates businesses from Scancem of Sweden for £273m, and is now looking to expand into the Baltic states and eastern Europe.

CRH of Ireland has acquired a 50.7% stake in Ibstock, in a deal that values the UK brick maker at £326m.

CRH has acquired two French companies for £13m - Raboni, the Paris-based builders merchant, and Prefaest, the maker of drainage systems.

CRH, the Irish building materials group, has announced 14 small acquisitions at a total cost of £70m, including a builders merchant in Stoke, a fencing company in Doncaster, and a number of deals in the US and Europe.

CRH of Ireland is acquiring MA Segale, the US aggregates, paving and construction business, for £36m.

CRH of Ireland has spent a further £40m on the acquisition of a number of small North American and European building materials companies, including businesses involved in glass distribution, masonry, paving, concrete bricks and fencing.

CRH of Ireland is acquiring CPM, the US producer of aggregates, concrete and asphalt, for £59m, and says it will continue to look for more bolt-on acquisitions in the US building materials sector.

CRH of Dublin has bought Allied Building Products, the US roofing and cladding supplier, for $121m.

CRH has expanded its US building materials business with a number of acquisitions - Ritangela of NY state, Brooks Products, and Foster and Southeastern of Massachusetts.

CRH of Dublin is buying The Jack B Parson Companies, the quarry business with operations in Utah, Nevada and Idaho, for $87m.

CRH is expanding its US masonry products business and has also bought Grillo Bausysteme, the German rooflight maker, and Vebofoam, the Belgian polystyrene insulation concern.

CRH has bought a strategic stake in Cementownia Ozarow, the Polish cement maker.