• 1915
       

    1915 - 1915

    March 5, 1915, State Construction Company founded by JS Murray and George M. Evans in Parnassus, PA

  • 1928
       

    1928 - 1928

    Charles Booth, Sr. took a leave of absence from American Sheet and Tin Plate Company (which later became U.S. Steel) and joined State Construction Company as Office Manager and Secretary.

  • 1931
       

    1931 - 1931

    Three years later and at the height of the depression in 1931, Logan National Bank took control of the company and installed Mr. Booth as General Manager.

  • 1933
       

    1933 - 1933

    A few years later, the State Construction was sold to a group of investors that included the King and Booth families as stockholders, thus forming Burrell Construction & Supply Company. Fred King was named President; Charles Booth, Sr. became Vice President and General Manager.

  • 1935
       

    1935 - 1935

    A fire destroys main plant in Parnassus and majority of equipment

  • 1941
       

    1941 - 1941

    His son, Charles Booth, Jr., began his career at Burrell as a laborer— working during his summer vacations in high school and college. He later enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corp as a Flying Cadet during World War II.

  • 1945
       

    1945 - 1945

    When the war was over, he returned home to work at Burrell Construction, but he also continued to serve in the Air Force Reserves. Although he retired from the military as a Colonel in 1979, he brought the discipline and work ethic he learned as a pilot to help continue to build Burrell and the Western Pennsylvania region for more than half a century.

  • 1948
       

    1948 - 1948

    FJ King passes away and HB King becomes VP/Purchasing. CH Booth, Sr. is promoted to President and CH Booth, Jr named Vice President/Operations

  • 1960
       

    1960 - 1960

    Burrell acquires Ben Evan Insurance Co. and renames it Westmoreland Insurance Services.

  • 1972
       

    1972 - 1972

    Following the passing of Charles Booth Sr., Charles Booth Jr. was named President and CEO of Burrell Group, Inc.
    His Management Team included:

    Bill Harbaugh, President of Burrell Mining
    Dan Rowe, Executive Vice President
    Tom Phyllis, Chief Financial Officer

  • 1976
       

    1976 - 1976

    H.B. King passes away; Ann King inherits Mr. King’s stock.

  • 1980
       

    1980 - 1980

    Harvey Booth becomes Manager of the company’s Greenburg East Plant

  • 1984
       

    1984 - 1984

    Burrell Mining Products, Inc. was incorporated on Oct. 17; Bill Harbaugh named President of Burrell Mining

  • 1988
       

    1988 - 1988

    Burrell Construction Company is sold to Glen Straub and the Burrell Group Inc. formed

  • 1995
       

    1995 - 1995

    The Burrell Mining CAN patent registered for Burrell Mining

  • 1997
       

    1997 - 1997

    Burrell Industrial Supply building in Parnassus was sold. Harvey Booth is named Vice President of Burrell Group

  • 1998
       

    1998 - 1998

    Today, Burrell Group is owned entirely by the Booth family after the company purchased outstanding shares from King shareholders in 1998.

  • 2000
       

    2000 - 2000

    CH Booth becomes the Chairman of Burrell Group, Inc. and Harvey Booth is named President.

  • 2004
       

    2004 - 2004

    Burrell Group’s current partnership with Adelaide Brighton Ltd. was established in 2004 in Australia where we operate two mining plants.

  • 2005
       

    2005 - 2005

    Reid Rotzler is promoted to Executive Vice President. CH Booth, Jr. becomes CEO of Burrell Group, Inc.

  • 2015
       

    2015 - 2015

    CH Booth, Jr and Harvey Booth become Co-Chairmen. Bob Weil joins company as CEO

  • 2018
       

    2018 - 2018

    Burrell Group further diversify businesses and acquires the majority share in Real Time Intel, A Supply Chain Technology Company.

  • 2019
       

    2019 - 2019

    Charles H. Booth Jr. passes away on August 4th at the age of 99.

  • 2020
       

    2020 - 2020

    Burrell Mining X-10 patent was issued November 3, 2020