Flipping the Switch to Solar Energy at Graniterock’s Aromas Quarry

A gathering of Graniterock team members and community friends celebrated flipping the switch on a 5-megawatt solar farm that will generate enough power to run more than half of the company’s aggregate quarry in Aromas, Calif. This was a major milestone in the 122-year-old mining and construction company’s ongoing investments to lower greenhouse gas emissions and move to sustainable energy…

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Making Community Connections

Graniterock Opens Its Doors To Neighbors And Raises Funds For Two Worthwhile Causes. By Therese Dunphy Graniterock put its quarry operations, environmental stewardship and community support in the spotlight at two open houses held in October. According to Keith Severson, Graniterock’s director of marketing and community involvement, the events have two primary goals: 1) to allow community members to come…

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Hey, Update Your Website!

I could write an editorial every month about the need for a new infrastructure bill. But the chess game in Washington goes on and on, so I will wait until checkmate to address that issue again. In the meantime, why haven’t you updated your website lately? I know, that’s a seemingly random question that came out of left field. But…

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