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A Vulcan Family Affair

For the Evans family, Vulcan is truly a family affair. John Sr. is a haul truck driver at the facility in Corona, California, while John Jr. is a human resources manager for Western Division and another son, Matt, drives at San Bernardino.
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Environmental Stewardship

Sac-Tun Leads by Example in Social and Environmental Sustainability

Vulcan Material Company’s Mexico operation, Sac-Tun, near Playa del Carmen in the State of Quintana Roo, is the company’s largest quarry and employs more people (450) than any of Vulcan’s other quarrying operations.  Sac-Tun is the largest non-tourism employer in Quintana Roo.  Our employees, who come from all parts of Mexico, earn more than three times the minimum wage paid in Quintana Roo and are covered by comprehensive health, retirement and other employee benefit plans.  
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Vulcan Veterans In The Spotlight

The brother and sisterhood found in the military is also evident at Vulcan with some 600 veterans employed at facilities throughout the country. Vulcan takes great pride in employing those who have served our country and encourages veterans to apply to begin a career with the company.
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Community

Vulcan Vinny

A few years ago, Vulcan’s Sun Valley, California facility donated the blue hawk costume to the school and the students named it Vulcan Vinny.
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Community

Committed to Customers

Quality products drive quality projects. And it’s quality work - managed through a highly detailed quality control (QC) process - that has been Vulcan’s hallmark for decades.
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Environmental Stewardship

Wildlife Thrives

Vulcan is home to dozens of Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) certified 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

Women of the West Coast

Mining is often perceived as a male-dominated industry. But with women making up more than 50 percent of the company’s salaried employees, Vulcan has demonstrated its commitment to closing the gender gap.
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Environmental Stewardship

Partnerships For Nature

Restoring land to a natural or economically usable state is a top priority at Vulcan. Well before mining is even completed, Vulcan begins the reclamation process. At Vulcan’s, Pleasanton and Azusa facilities in California, land is being restored to its natural setting.
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Community

Partnering With First Responders

Vulcan often partners with first responders but none are cuter than those at the Madera Sheriff’s Office - namely, Apex, Arco, Gaston, Nacho and Tonka. Those would be the five Belgian Malinois who make up the Sheriff’s K9 unit. Vulcan works with the Sheriff’s office to support the Madera Sheriff’s Foundation, which helps fund the program that pays for dogs’ training and equipment, including chew toys and bullet-proof vests.
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Environmental Stewardship

Pits To Property

Reclaiming land after mining takes meticulous planning and care to do it right. At its 24th Street facility in Phoenix, Vulcan’s plan to transform its 315-acre site into a business park will take more than two decades to complete.
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