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April 19, 2017
Central Concrete and CarbonCure hosted Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna.
Herb Burton, Central Concrete’s vice president and general manager thanked the Minister for her attendance at the event and noted, “We applaud Canada’s vision to create a low-carbon future. By supporting clean technology innovators, like CarbonCure, Canada is creating a win-win solution: a better future for our environment, while creating opportunities for jobs. This is in complete alignment with Central Concrete’s vision to be the industry-leader in reducing the carbon footprint of the built environment by creating higher performing, environmentally-friendly products and driving economic growth in our sector.”
March 7, 2017
Congratulations to 31-year veterans, Jeff Acuna, Central Concrete, and Michael Castellanos, Right Away Redy Mix! Each were awarded were named NRMCA runner-ups for the Driver of the Year Award.
Industry Award News
2017: Central Concrete receives award from Slag Cement Association for work on The Rowan (338/346 Potrero, San Francisco) Category Winner: Architectural Concrete
2016: Central Concrete’s Martinez Plant awarded first place: Environmental Excellence, Western Region
2016: Central Concrete’s Redwood City Plant awarded third place: Environmental Excellence, Western Region
2016: Central Concrete plants and Right Away Redy Mix Plants chosen as 2016 NRMCA Excellence in Quality Award Recipients
2016: Seven Central Concrete Plants and two Right Away Redy Mix Plants received NRMCA Gold Safety Award
Central Concrete Sponsors Special Olympics Power Pull for the 14th Year
Central Concrete was honored to again sponsor the Special Olympics Power Pull on such a memorable day as 9/11 at the Moffet Field Airfield. It was truly an honor to mingle with the Military families that have truly served our country and were there to support our Special Olympic Athletes. The fact that our Central Team did not finish in the center stage did not make a difference to us as we followed the Special Olympic oath before any competition starts – “Let me win, but if we don’t win, let us be brave in the attempt!” Well we were sure brave in the attempt – especially in the first pull where the 90,000 pound C-130 didn’t even move! The second time was better!
We thank everyone that came out and supported this great cause. The proceeds of the event allows our Special Athletes to be integrated into the sports programs of our 300 high schools throughout the East & West Bay.
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