Reaching Higher

VULCAN'S ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL & GOVERNANCE COMMITMENTS TO YOU

REACHING HIGHER AND MAKING GOOD ON OUR COMMITMENTS

I am pleased to share with you Vulcan Materials Company’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

In our more than 60 years as a publicly-traded company, our long-term success has been built on a culture of doing the right thing, the right way, at the right time for our stakeholders, including shareholders, communities and the people we serve, both in and outside the company. We call this culture The Vulcan Way, and it guides all we do. The Vulcan Way calls us to continuously improve our performance and reach our potential.

In an extraordinary and challenging year for our country and the world, I am especially proud of the resilience, compassion and capabilities demonstrated by our Vulcan family in 2020. Our people quickly adapted to the rapidly changing conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic while staying focused on keeping our teams safe and healthy, serving our customers and executing on our operating disciplines.

The year also provided tragic reminders of the intolerance and racism that persist in our society. At Vulcan, we know that these have no place in the world, and we are committed to fighting them in all their forms and supporting social justice in our communities. I’m proud of how our employees came together to listen to one another, learn from and support one another during such unsettling times.

Across the Vulcan family, we have supported each other in ways that truly define our Company’s unique and invaluable culture. Our commitments to our health and safety, our people, our communities and the environment and our governance guided us as we addressed both new and ongoing challenges. We also continued our focus on improving our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) disclosures and reporting, working consistently towards our goal of superior performance as measured by important ESG ratings services.

I am especially proud of the resilience, compassion and capabilities demonstrated by our Vulcan family in 2020.

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Doing The Right Thing, The Right Way, At The Right Time. It's The Vulcan Way

We are the company we are today thanks to the positive actions of our more than 8,700 employees. We believe that doing the right thing is good for our business, our environment and our society. That’s our commitment.

Our Mission

Provide quality products and services that consistently exceed our customers’ expectations. Be responsible stewards with respect to safety and the environmental impact of our operations and products. Drive value and superior returns for our customers, employees, communities and shareholders.

We maintain the highest degree of respect for people – for their dignity, talents and interests. We believe that empowering, mentoring, training and rewarding our people helps create a highly engaged workforce, happy people and sustainable, long-term value.

We act fairly and honorably to earn the respect and trust of all parties with whom we interact. We hold ourselves to high ethical standards, including abiding by both the letter and spirit of the laws and regulations related to our business.

We are committed to excellence in all of our activities. We value innovation. We strive to maintain a position of leadership in all of our businesses.

Our Commitments

Safety & Health

Protecting people guides us in everything we do.

Safety is a core tenet of Vulcan’s culture. We strive to ensure a safe and healthy workplace that also promotes the well-being of our employees, contractors and communities. Our entire organization is committed to ensuring that our people return home as healthy and safe as when they left for work.

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Environmental Stewardship

Environmental stewardship is fundamental to our business.

We believe responsible, sustainable operations benefit our communities and drive long-term results. As an industry leader, we meet and strive to exceed environmental regulations. Sustainability for us means going beyond compliance: streamlining operations, improving efficiencies, deploying new technologies and exploring alternative energy sources.

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Califonia

Pleasanton

Western

Vulcan is home to 40 wildlife habitat sites, including its Pleasanton facility in California. Executive Assistant Kathleen Goulet is charged with overseeing Pleasanton’s bird box program, which provides nesting areas for birds built by a local boy scout troop.

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People

Sustaining a culture of integrity, teamwork and mutual respect.

Vulcan’s commitment to our people has played a key role in the ongoing success and growth of our company throughout our long history. We are dedicated to fostering a culture of mutual respect, integrity, teamwork and trust among the more than 8,700 members of the Vulcan family.

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Community

Partnering with others helps build stronger communities.

Throughout our history as a public company, we have been guided by a fundamental belief that we will do well as a company by doing good – for our own people and for the communities where we operate. This philosophy has been instrumental in our continuing growth and prosperity across our operations. Our stewardship begins with people, continues with our land and extends outward. We believe that it is essential that we always serve as good citizens who are engaged with our neighbors and the communities in which we operate.

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Illinois

McCook

Central

“The mining industry is a historically male dominated industry,” said Atisthan Roach, Community and Government Relations Manager. “But times are changing, so we’re very proud to have this special event and to have the Girl Scouts here.”

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Governance

Sound corporate governance delivers value to our stakeholders.

Sound corporate governance, including effective oversight, accountability and transparency, is the foundation of sustainable long-term success. Our commitment to Corporate Governance Excellence has enabled our company to grow and flourish as we fulfill our mission of providing the highest quality products and services to our customers while delivering value to our shareholders, people, business partners and the communities we serve.

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Featured News

Environmental Stewardship

SAC-TUN presents its first sustainability report

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Safety & Health

2021 James M. Christie Safety & Health Professional of the Year

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People

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Safety & Health

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Vulcan Highlights

People

The Yard Pitch Competition Winner

We're honored to support our future leaders. Meet RaeVin Johnson, winner of The Yard & Vulcan Materials Company pitch competition at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University. She's going places...

Kentucky

Central Division

Community

Kentucky Relief Efforts

On the evening of Friday, December 10, Western Kentucky was devastated by an EF4 tornado with winds of around 190 miles per hour. On Saturday morning, our local Vulcan team mobilized to help first responders who were converging in Mayfield for search and rescue efforts in the town of about 10,000 where nearly every structure was destroyed, including the candle factory.

People

Veteran's Day

“It makes me feel honored to have served such a great country. If I had to do it all again, I would do the same thing. In the military, you’re your brother’s keeper, and here on the job we’re our brother’s keeper,” said Ray “Diesel” Broady, U.S. Army Veteran and Pit Crew Equipment Operator.

California

Pleasanton

Western Division

Environmental Stewardship

Bird Box Program

What’s this? It’s a nest from a bird box onsite at our Pleasanton facility in California. Partnering with the Wildlife Habitat Council, our Pleasanton team established the bird box program in an effort to protect our land and wildlife for the future.

People

Women in Engineering

In honor of International Women in Engineering Day, we’re excited to introduce you to Alex, Plant Supervisor at Augusta Quarry in Virginia. A big thank you to Alex and all women in engineering for their hard work and the inspiration they provide to young women everywhere.