Founded in 1961 by Evan and Marcia Hutchens in Cassville, Missouri the company had humble beginnings. HCC began with the purchase of a backhoe and dump truck and quickly acquired a 600 gallon distributor truck to spray liquid asphalt in poultry houses and to chip seal small driveways.
A few years later a Caterpillar 212 motor grader was acquired and HCC began blade mixing cold mix asphalt for use in patching and small driveways.
In 1970 Evan and Marcia purchased a small 25 ton per hour Barber Green continuous flow asphalt plant and located it in a quarry in Monett, Missouri.
In 1973 after working part time for several summers, Evan and Marcia’s son Phil Hutchens began working for the company full time. That same year HCC purchased the quarry where the Monett asphalt plant was located.
Work steadily increased over the years. In 1985 the asphalt plant was upgraded to a new ADM 100 ton per hour Drum Mix Plant.
In 1986 a second quarry operation was added in Eagle Rock, Missouri.
Evan passed away in 1992 and his son, Phil Hutchens, assumed duties as President.
With Phil at the helm HCC has experienced steady growth, currently operating four asphalt plants, with operations in Missouri and Arkansas and four aggregate quarries in Missouri.