Tawn Burns, a ready-mix driver for RiverBend Materials, shares some words about what breast cancer awareness means to her…
This was an inspiring event supporting people impacted by the Blue River area fires in 2020. RBM employees came together to assist in the building of the sheds as well as installing onsite.
RiverBend supplies raw materials for construction like asphalt and concrete mix. The company has eight different excavation sites across western Oregon. Many of their positions, including their administrative ones, do not require a college education.
This trendy solution to the housing shortage had high school students learning construction skills and building two tiny homes in Ogden, Utah. Staker Parson Materials & Construction employees, Tina Linke, Northern Utah Scale & Office Manager, and Jake Goodliffe, Vice President – North Wasatch, donated their time by sitting on the Advisory Board for the Construction Pathways Program with Weber School District, the class that built the tiny homes. Last month, the class’s work was showcased in Ogden at the Weber School District Career & Technical Education Construction Management Tiny Home Expo at the Weber Innovation Center. To find out more about the students and their projects, click here…
Terri Buckingham has worked for Pike Industries, A CRH Co., since 2004. During her career at Pike, she became an integral part of Maine’s overall success and execution on MDOT projects as well as federal and municipal projects…
Yesterday, the CRH Women’s IMPACT group attended a virtual networking event hosted by Sarah Huckabee Sanders. During the call, which had attendance of more than 65 participants, she spoke to the group about her experiences and took questions from employees. Sanders, a former White House Press Secretary, is currently running for Governor in Arkansas. She also shared the challenges of running a campaign, the importance of infrastructure, and how employees can get involved in the political process. A complimentary snack box was also sent to attendees to enjo
For RiverBend Materials, it’s business as usual, even during the pandemic.
The company supplies concrete and asphalt for construction and says it’s seeing the same amount of business.
In the Northwest region, various projects are underway to help CRH meet these goals. This month, RiverBend Materials participated in a trash clean-up project near the Hilroy site in Salem, Oregon. Roughly 30 employees spent nearly three hours collecting just under 700 lbs. of waste.
May 21 is World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue & Development. Did you know? CRH and its local operating companies employ 77,000 people in 30 countries throughout the world. As a global leader in building materials, we value the different cultural backgrounds and perspectives of our colleagues and celebrate their cultural diversity. #DiversityDay #Proud2bCRH #OneCRH