Slurry seal boss finds trust-based success

Roughneck turned slurry seal boss finds trust-based success

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Aug 10, 2016

UNION CITY – Barry Short lives most of his life on the road – from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the California coast and high desert of Arizona.
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A team that works like family

Construction’s custom team: Defined by a connection that goes beyond the job

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Aug 8, 2016

WATSONVILLE – There’s a group of guys in the Monterey Bay area that own and operate their jobs in a way you don’t see in the rest of the Construction Division.
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Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy starts next week

More than 100 teens set aside video games for Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy

Posted by Kevin Jeffery on Aug 3, 2016

The glue that holds our industry together

The glue that holds our industry together

Posted by Toni Carroll on Jul 19, 2016

Like many of you, much of my job depends on forging strong connections with construction industry leaders, including those at Caltrans and other public agencies.
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An answer for our crumbling streets

The man with an answer for our crumbling streets

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Jul 12, 2016

SAN JOSE – Dennis McElroy is on a mission.
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Real work experiences at Graniterock internship

Real work experience at Graniterock internship

Posted by Barbara Kimball on Jun 20, 2016

An internship at Graniterock means real, hands-on work experience, in the field and at our various branches throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Coast.
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Mr. Roadshow: Taxing ourselves to fix the traffic problems

Taxing ourselves to fix the traffic problems

Posted by Gary Richards on Jun 15, 2016

For the past four decades, voters in 20 of California’s most urban counties have taxed themselves to widen highways, extend transit lines and fill potholes to the tune of more than $100 billion.Now, rural counties hope to join the list of what are called the self-help counties.
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Rock Star shares secret to success

Rock Star: Raudel Salinas shares secret to success

Posted by Robert Ellenwood on Jun 8, 2016

FAIRFIELD – Safe to say no one likes to be yelled at or put down.Raudel ‘Toby’ Salinas, Jr. once worked for a foreman who cursed commands and was relentless with harsh criticism.That boss didn’t teach or guide. He only motivated through fear.
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Two-man team crushes recycling business

Working Together: Two-man team crushes San Jose recycling business

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Jun 3, 2016

SAN JOSE – More than 100 trucks funnel through Graniterock’s recycling facility in San Jose on a solid day, dropping off concrete and asphalt rubble from a job site or picking up recycled material for a project from one of the mountainous stockpiles.
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Major milestone in downtown SJ project

Construction team nails major milestone

Posted by Sergio Rubio on Jun 2, 2016

SAN JOSE - Moving a 6,000-pound brass statue 90 feet isn't as simple as it sounds.
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