Quarry feels like home

Quarry feels like home for this Rock Star

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Nov 14, 2017

AROMAS – Candace Klein is a rare sight in a predominantly man’s world.
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New gas tax hits the pumps

First gas tax hike in two decades

Posted by Rodney Jenny on Nov 8, 2017

SAN JOSE – Higher fuel taxes showed up at gas stations last week as part of a $52 billion spending plan to fix mounting infrastructure problems across the Golden State over the next 10 years.
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Help for North Bay fire victims

Graniterock helps Wine Country fire victims breathe a little easier

Posted by Graniterock on Oct 17, 2017

Graniterock donated 2,800 disposable respirator masks to residents and first-responders of fire-torn Wine Country after word came from a team member’s close friend that “all we need are those masks” to handle the worst air quality every recorded in the North Bay.
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On the road 44 years

Charlie Corwell on the road again and again

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Oct 12, 2017

SAN JOSE – Charlie Corwell likes to joke that no Graniterock construction project starts without him.The funny thing is it’s sort of true.
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Working Together

Work between field and office seamless with this team

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Oct 12, 2017

CUPERTINO – For two years straight, Bart Wilkins has arrived to the job in Cupertino every day before dawn because it’s the only way to claim the territory his team needs to get their work done.
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Jump start a construction career

The internship experience at Graniterock

Posted by Graniterock on Sep 28, 2017

Internships are the perfect way to jump start a career, especially when you're passionate about a particular field. Graniterock  has provided the foundation  for many careers through our internship program.
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Inside the A.R. Wilson Quarry

More than 100 years of aggregate mining

Posted by Graniterock on Sep 21, 2017

Graniterock has been mining hard rock at the A.R. Wilson Quarry for more than 100 years, and the company is equipped with plans and permits to continue mining for another century. With demand for aggregate at a historic high, we wanted to show you what goes on inside this incredible place.
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State engineer with global view

Wanderlust and sensibility define Caltrans engineer

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Sep 13, 2017

SANTA CRUZ – The traits and skills that allow Jennifer Wilson to navigate a foreign country on her mountain bike, for months at a time, are the same qualities that make her a well-respected Caltrans engineer.
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New bridge for Santa Cruz

Construction and concrete teams pull together for new bridge in Santa Cruz

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Aug 28, 2017

SANTA CRUZ – The Construction team had to quickly come up with an entirely new plan for a pedestrian/bike bridge over Branciforte Creek when the first pile hole being drilled by a subcontractor – 8 feet wide and 105 feet deep - collapsed due to poor soil conditions.
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Finish line in sight for BART

Finish line in site for new BART station

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Aug 7, 2017

SAN JOSE – Successful completion of a new station for BART to extend from Fremont into San Jose, working alongside two other major contracts, doesn’t happen without clearing some pretty high hurdles.
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