Press Release
November 15, 2004

Scott Holland Certified

Local Resident Passes Exam

Scott Holland, Maintenance Planner for Graniterock of Watsonville, California has passed the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) MLA I exam in Houston on October 22, 2004. Mr. Holland is now a Certified Level I Machinery Lubricant Analyst. Scott will be listed on the ICML website as a representative of Graniterock. “Congratulations Scott, your new certification and skills will be very helpful in all areas of Graniterock,” said Carl Wulf, Preventive Maintenance Manager.

Scott Holland, born in Carmel, California June 12, 1963, has lived in Prunedale since 1969 and worked at Graniterock since 1986. Scott handled mechanical services for the Monterey, and Salinas branch locations and operated concrete plants as well before taking over his current position. He is married to his wife Debbie and they have four children Ashley, Casey, Michael, and Melissa. Scott is active in the children’s softball and school events and is currently in the process of buying a new home in southern Monterey County.

Graniterock has been headquartered in Watsonville, California, since it’s founding in 1900. The Company’s employees work in branch locations in South San Francisco, Redwood City, San Jose, Salinas, Monterey, Oakland, 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.

For more information, contact:
Keith Severson, Graniterock, Marketing Services Manager, 831.768.2063