Press Release
April 13, 2001

Carl Wulf To Be Honored At Convention

Local Manager ReceivesCertification

Carl Wulf, Preventative Maintenance Manager for Graniterock of Watsonville, California has passed the Certified Equipment Manager exam by The Equipment Maintenance Council. “The test is a difficult, sixteen-part exam that tests an examinee on the core competencies required to be considered a career equipment manager,” wrote Cindy Challis Orr, Deputy Executive Director, EMC. Carl will be recognized at the Council’s April Management Conference and Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

Carl Wulf was born in New York and grew up in Los Angeles and then moved to Nevada City. Santa Cruz has been his home for the last eight years with his wife of twenty years and three sons. Before coming to Graniterock he worked for the County of Santa Cruz.

Graniterock has been headquartered in Watsonville, California, since its founding in 1900. The Company’s employees work in branch locations in South San Francisco, Redwood City, San Jose, Salinas, Monterey, Watsonville, Felton and Santa Cruz. Graniterock supplies construction materials including ready-mix concrete, hot mix asphalt, building materials, landscaping supplies, rock, sand and gravel. The Company’s Pavex Construction Division is a significant regional heavy engineering contractor building roadways, airports and private commercial and residential projects. Graniterock received the 1992 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and the 1994 Governor’s Golden State Quality Award. The Company was just named one of the 100 Best Places to Work in America by Fortune magazine. This is the fourth year in a row the Graniterock was so honored.

For more information, contact:
Keith Severson, Graniterock, 831.768.2063