Press Release
July 22, 2011

Local Company Hosts Barbecue To Benefit The Quail Hollow Ranch County Park

Conservation and Reclamation Efforts at Quail Hollow

Graniterock's Quail Hollow Quarry Hosts Fundraising Event and Open House

Graniterock is hosting an open house and barbecue on Saturday, August 13, 2011 at its Quail Hollow Quarry in Felton.

The day will begin promptly at 10:00am with an open house at the Quail Hollow Quarry and the event will come to a close at approximately 2:00pm. The barbecue will benefit the Quail Hollow Ranch County Park. The cost for a full tri tip plate is just $10 with all proceeds going to the Park.

Representatives of Graniterock and the Santa Cruz County Planning department will be in attendance to answer questions about mining operations, conservation, and reclamation efforts in this unique quarry. Walking tours will be available. The press is welcome.

Parking is free.

For more information and to RSVP call 831.471.3480. Please RSVP by August 5, 2011.

Graniterock was founded on Valentine’s Day, 1900, when its first operation, the A.R. Wilson Quarry, was opened in Aromas, and soon became a heavy engineering contractor. Its California Contractor’s License #22 demonstrates how long the Company has been in business. Graniterock has recently opened a new Branch location in Cupertino on South De Anza Boulevard supplying construction building and landscaping materials. There are already plant or branch locations in Aromas, Felton, Hollister, Monterey Peninsula, Oakland, Redwood City, Salinas, Santa Cruz, San Jose, and South San Francisco. Graniterock’s Pavex Construction Division operates from area offices in Redwood City, San Jose, Oakland, and Watsonville, and performs large work such as highway or runway expansion projects, as well as commercial and residential projects. The Company’s Corporate Offices have been located in Watsonville since 1900.

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