Marietta Silos has been a leader in silo construction in the United States for nearly a century. Frank Christy started Marietta Silos in 1916 to help modernize the American farmer.† The farm silos that we produced reduced agricultural waste from over 25% to just two percent.
Marietta Silos quickly grew to be the largest farm silo company in the country. Considered the Cadillac of farm silos, even President Eisenhower bought his farmís silo from us.
In the mid 1920ís, the company expanded to include industrial silos, focusing on coal, sand, cement and aggregate storage.
From the 1930ís to the 1950ís, Marietta Silos built 2,000 silos per year and had 40 erection crews. From the 1950ís to 1980ís, we became the leader in pre-cast concrete production with seven manufacturing locations.
In the 1980ís, the company focused entirely on industrial applications and stopped production of agricultural silos.
Today, as the leader in Slipform, Jumpform and Concrete Stave silo construction, Marietta Silos has projects from Maine to California and all points in between.