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Net zero energy

Graniterock takes the lead on sustainability with net zero energy headquarters

Posted by Jon Erskine on Oct 31, 2019

The PG&E bill at Graniterock's headquarters in Watsonville is about to go way down.
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Masters of Green

Masters of Green: Concrete team delivers sustainability for Sunnyvale housing project

Posted by Zack Booth on Jul 19, 2019

SUNNYVALE – The developer of a new multi-unit housing complex in Sunnyvale wants to reduce the project’s lifetime carbon footprint by using eco-friendly construction materials, including sustainable concrete from Graniterock.
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Masters of green

San Jose Airport expansion project goes green with Graniterock concrete

Posted by Graniterock on Apr 4, 2019

SAN JOSE – Mineta San Jose International Airport is using sustainable concrete from Graniterock, made with industrial byproducts, to significantly reduce the carbon impact of its $58 million Terminal B expansion project.
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Green concrete Q & A with Graniterock expert Jon Erskine

Posted by Jon Erskine on Mar 15, 2017

Green building is all the rage across the country, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area where high tech companies seek environmentally-friendly materials and sustainable practices on nearly all new construction projects.Concrete is a major component of green building.
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The unplanned concrete career

Katha Redmon chose concrete over medicine and never looked back

Posted by Shanna McCord Crigger on Jan 11, 2017

WATSONVILLE – Throughout college at UC Irvine, Katha Redmon planned on attending medical school and becoming a physician.
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Permeable Aggregate Systems for Playing Fields

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

It’s no doubt that synthetic athletic fields are becoming more popular. Organizations that decide to install synthetic fields have realized lower maintenance costs and better playability. Using a sophisticated system of drainage channels, filter fabrics and specialized aggregate, a well-designed field draws water quickly from the turf layer allowing year-round play and reliable playability in wet weather. 
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Building Materials and LEED®

Posted by Ben Licari on Mar 18, 2015

Building Materials and LEED® 
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