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Environmental Stewardship

Ireland Sets Sail

Vulcan Materials Company and its wholly-owned subsidiary shipping company, “Vulica,” held a ceremony at the Blakeley Yard, Port of Mobile, Alabama to name the newest ship in Vulica’s fleet: The Ireland...
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Safety & Health

Safety is Priority #1

When Vulcan’s ready-mix drivers hit the road, they’re equipped with the latest technology and safety features, as well as the knowledge that the rest of the Vulcan team always has their back...
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Environmental Stewardship

Midden Mound Protected

The Midden Mound adjacent to Witherspoon Quarry was used by Native Americans to bury shells, animal bones and other items...
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People

Vulcan Ops Trainees

Since 2013, Vulcan has had 216 individuals work in the Operations Management Development program. Through this program, Vulcan is cultivating a diverse talent pipeline of the next generation leaders. The operations management trainees at Vulcan are exposed to all areas of the business...
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Community

Quarry Crusher

Annual Chula Vista Quarry Crusher Run raised $45,000 towards the Chula Vista Firefighter’s Foundation. The 2018 Quarry Crusher Run at Chula Vista had 369 participants. 75 volunteers from Vulcan’s Chula Vista and Carroll Canyon facilities were there to help along with sponsors from Chula Vista Fire Explorers...
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People

Meet The Moffetts

While all Vulcan employees consider their fellow employees family, some, like the Moffetts, share more tangible family ties. Cody Moffett began his career at Vulcan two years ago as a haul truck driver and became the latest generation of Moffetts working at Vulcan...
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People

Celebrating 45 Years

From mowing the lawn to sales and operations, Carl Van Hoozier Jr. has spent the last 45 years building his career at Vulcan. Set to retire this year, Carl started working for Vulcan in high school mowing the lawns. Van Hoozier was so taken with Vulcan he asked for a full-time position...
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People

A Vulcan Fireman

If you ever need to find Macon Quarry Plant Manager Barry Lawson, he’ll either be at Vulcan’s facility or the fire station in Monroe County, Georgia. Lawson has spent the last 34 years as a volunteer firefighter, dividing his time between Vulcan and the community...
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People

Diana Fernandez

Diana Fernandez graduated in May, 2017 with a B.S. in Mining Engineering from Penn State University. She was accepted into the Operations Trainee Program at Vulcan Materials and quickly became a rockstar in the Central Division...
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People

Meet The Fearsome Foursome

The “Fearsome Foursome” at Stockbridge Quarry exemplify the real meaning of sisterhood. With Vulcan job tenure ranging from a few months to 33 years, these women are fiercely devoted to the company and each other...
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