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Vol. 16 No.

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November 2021
03 22 63 Joey Anderson III
LEADER
LETTERS Doug Anderson
President Co-Chair
LE ADE R LE T TE RS F LO R I D A D I V I SI O N SAFE T Y M ESSAG E

Ft. Atkinson Paving . . . . .


Fedex Paving . . . . . . . .
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T he American Road
&
Builders
Transportation
Association
of the 58,500 bridges
within the IHS are in
need of repair, according
R ight now, our country
is in need of hard-
working men and women
and I am glad that you
all are a part of this
company. Without you,
JOEY ANDERSON III - PRESIDENT CDL Training Fac. Paving . . . 24 (ARTBA) has concluded to ARTBA. Keeping up more than ever. With not only would there be
SR 20 Bridge . . . . . . . . . 24 MARK RESLER - RISK MANAGER
DOUG ANDERSON - CO-CHAIR that America's Interstate with the maintenance incentives to stay home, no "Anderson Columbia,"
Crawford Road . . . . . . . . 25
Highway System (IHS) has and quality of not just it's no wonder there are but there would also
Tyndall AFB . . . . . . . . . 27
Ellison Street . . . . . . . . . 28 increased our country's the IHS, but also local those who decide to not be no more roads,
Marianna Airport Road . . . . 29 GDP an astonishing and community roads is work and just collect bridges or maintenance
State Road 21 . . . . . . . . 29 340% over the last 65 essential to keeping the what is given to them. being completed on
Dock Street Bridge . . . . . . 30 years, increasing from community connected and But that's the difference the infrastructure; the
CR 137 . . . . . . . . . . . 31 $3 trillion to $19 trillion. the economy upheld. What in someone who has drive communities we serve
CR 231 Bridge . . . . . . . . 32
Other facts uncovered we do every day when we and someone who is okay would without a doubt
Suncoast Parkway . . . . . . 32
US 319 North . . . . . . . . . 33 from ARTBA's research pull on our boots in the with mediocrity. We here take notice. Everyone at
US 319 South . . . . . . . . 33 include that while the morning matters. Being at Anderson Columbia this company plays a vital
Golden Pheasant Bridge. . . . 34 IHS only accounts for on a road crew, climbing always strive to be better role in the community and
The Dragon Dredge . . . . . . 35 1 percent of roadway into a dump truck or and to work harder. We contributes to the success
The Quincy Plants. . . . . . . 36
miles, over 25% of vehicle holding a stop/slow sign enjoy the feeling of rough of the company. As this
The Marianna Plant . . . . . . 36
The Truck Drivers . . . . . . . 37 miles are carried on it at a busy intersection are hands and the satisfaction year comes to a close
The Panama City Plant. . . . . 37 and the number of miles pillars of infrastructure of a job well done. We care and we prepare to roll
US 90 Paving . . . . . . . . . 38 traveled on the IHS have progress and allow about earning our living, into 2022, I am looking

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Suwannee Lumber Company . 39 increased by over 400 the long-term goal of a not being handed it. With forward to the unknown
SR 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 percent. The significance safe, reliable road to be the current state of our challenges that will await
CR 125 . . . . . . . . . . . 40
of these figures is that accomplished. Because country, it's imperative that us and the new jobs we
CR 361 Bridge . . . . . . . . 41
Foy Shaw Parkway . . . . . . 42 infrastructure is one of the without functional roads we continue to prove that will take on. No matter
JNCAR . . . . . . . . . . . 42 most important industries and bridges, there would there are still assiduous what, we will continue to
I-75 Paving . . . . . . . . . 42 of our time right now be no way to travel safely, and diligent workers out push and persevere with
US 301 Test Road . . . . . . . 43 and the work done in it and delays on goods there. By getting up out sweat and hard work.
The Ocala Plant. . . . . . . . 43
benefits families and the arriving on trucks would of bed every morning We will continue to help
US 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
US 19 Bridge . . . . . . . . . 45 economy. Essentially, the skyrocket. Taking care of and coming to work in others and lift each other
The Heath Quarry . . . . . . . 46 economy is reliant on our infrastructure must be one of America's greatest up and most of all we will
T EXAS DIVIS I ON The Lake City Plant . . . . . . 48 industry; nearly 75% of prioritized if our country industries, we are proving continue uphold our values
Crestview Bypass . . . . . . . 49 truck goods are carried and economy wants to just that. America was built and make our company
The Maxville Plant. . . . . . . 49 on interstate highways, keep growing and keep on the blue-collar industry better. As long as we have
FM 3338. . . . . . . . . . . .5 The Alachua Plant. . . . . . . 50
according to ARTBA. But getting better. Anderson and will continue to be built this mindset, success at
Alderete Lane . . . . . . . . .7 The Monticello Shop . . . . . 50
The Border Wall . . . . . . . .8 Imperial Mine . . . . . . . . 50 what's important to note Columbia will continue on blue collar. With roads our goals is the only thing
FM 119 . . . . . . . . . . . .9 The New Ocala Paving Crew . . 51 is that infrastructure, to push for more work, and bridges continuing we can attain. I want to
FM 1472 . . . . . . . . . . . 10 The Coleman Plant . . . . . . 52 while it may last for years, continue to strive for to age, infrastructure thank everyone for all their
SH 468 . . . . . . . . . . . 10 US 301 Test Road . . . . . . . 52 doesn't last forever. The new jobs and continue maintainence is just as hard work; it does not
Port Of Entry . . . . . . . . . 11 The Old Town Shop . . . . . . 53
design life for Interstate to grow while making vital as ever. I am proud go unnoticed. Everyone
SH 85 Center . . . . . . . . 11 Sisters Welcome Road . . . . 53
The Musgrave Quarry . . . . . 12 The Perry Plant . . . . . . . . 53 Pavement when IHS was the infrastructure of to stand beside and work working here has helped
US 83 North . . . . . . . . . 13 SR 77 . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 first implemented in the our communities better. with all of the determined make our company into
US 83 South . . . . . . . . . 14 Woodlawn Road . . . . . . . 57 1950s and 1960s was 20 men and women employed what it is today.
I-35 Work . . . . . . . . . . 15 US 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 years, and over one-third at Anderson Columbia,
La Joya Bypass. . . . . . . . 16 SR 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 - Joey Anderson III - Doug Anderson
The Weslaco Shop . . . . . . 18 Alligator Drive . . . . . . . . 60
The Laredo Shop . . . . . . . 19 EEO Policy and Plan. . . . . . 62
The Tejas Quarry . . . . . . . 20 Announcements/Thanks. . . . 63

Affiliate News 3 LEADER LETTERS Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE


TEX
THE

AS D I V I S I O N
MILLING

4000' LONG BY 21" WIDE STRIP


FM 3338 L A R E D O ,

Tadeo D.
T E X A S

MILLING 4" DEPTH

George W.
Raul V.

Mario D. and Vincent C. Silvia P.

Arnold P.

Trujillo V.

MOT Supervisor Raul


Villareal, MOT George
White, Milling Op. Mario
De La Rosa, Milling Op.
Vincent Castro, Milling
Op. Tadeo De La Rosa,
Juan Saucedo, Driver
Arnold Perez, Driver Silvia
Platas and MOT Trujillo
Velazquez

5 TEXAS DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE


P AV I N G FM 3338
L A R E D O , T E X A S ALDERETE
Photos Courtesy of Trent Jones.

FIRST LIFT LAID


4000' STRETCH LANE D E L R I O , T E X A S
Tony R.

MILLING ROCK
8" TO 20" DEPTHS
1 AND 1/2 MILE LONG JOB
TAC
TRUCK

Bart S. Mario C.

Geronimo O.
Noe G. and Geronimo O.

PONCHO FLORES' CREW Alejandro D.

Milling Op. Alejandro


Felipe Tello, Francisco De La Rosa, Milling Op.
Hernandez, Hugo Tony Rivera, Foreman
Martinez, Juan Granados, Charlie Verdiguel,
Juan Saucedo Barrera, Truck Driver Silvia
Francisco, Foreman Platas, Op. Meliton
"Poncho" Flores, Martin Gomez, Op. Noe Garza,
Sosa, Oscar Bracamontes Op. Mario Carreon, Charlie V.
Gomez, Ruben Flores, Op. Geronimo Ovozcu
Tomas Gomez and Tomas Jr. and Supervisor Bart
Jimenez Stevens
Meliton G.

Silvia P.

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Op. Hipolito Maldonado, Supervisor Rey
Zamora, Op. Johnny Sandoval, Op. David

BACK AT THE
Garza.

BORDER

3 1/2' x 3 1/2' x 2 1/2' CONCRETE BASE


6" x 6" x 14 1/2' BALLARDS ON TOP
E A G L E P A S S , T E X A S

Starting the clearing, grubbing and burn-


ing for the 2 mile long stretch of wall along
the Rio Grande River.

David G.

FM 119
E A G L E P A S S , T E X A S

Paving Progress
Super. Jeff Smith

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SH 468 PORT OF
P E A R S A L L , T E X A S
Hipolita R. Latrail P.
Marco V., Jose R., Valentin G., Jose G.

Mauricio G., Andres M.


ENTRY P H A R R , T E X A S

Tony M.
Jerry J.

Jose G.

36' Wide Concrete Paving


Op. Tony Mendoza, Op. Jose Hernandez, Op.
Hipolita Ruiz, Op. Estaban Flores, Supervisor
11 1/2" Depth
Jerry Jimenez and Op. Blas Garcia Installing Culverts and Headwalls
Installing 3-Barrel Box Culvert
10 Miles Long
Robert T. Road Restoration Process Supervisor Jose Garcia, Mauricio Garces,
Blas G. Jose H. Estaban F.
Placing Bullrock in Soft Spots Andres Martinez, Marco Vazquez, Jose Rios,
Unloading the Core
Valentin Galarza.
Valentin G. and Marco V. Crusher at the Site

SH 85
CENTER
P E A R S A L L , T E X A S
Tony S.

Juan M.

FM 1472
Jesus V.

Darrell Chancey's Crew


W E B B C O U N T Y , T E X A S
Marcos C. Reyes P. 2500' in Length
Balancing Base Rock
Op. Jesus Valdez, Op. Tony Saavedra, Gerardo
Navarro, Truck Driver Martin Esteins, Op. Martin
CONCRETE

Espinoza, Jesus Estevis, Op. Juan Morales and


DEMOING

Foreman Darrell Chancey.

Marcos C. Reyes P.
Darrell Chancey could not be at the job due to health
Jesus E. Martin E. Gerardo N. reasons, and we are praying for a speedy recovery.
Jackie C. Op. Marcos Cafbos, Op. Reyes Perez, PM Jerry Carillo, PM Joseph
Jerry C., Joseph G., Sergio D., Luis M. Galindo, Surveyor Sergio Desantiago and Op. Luis Medina

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MUSGRAVE U.S. 83
QUARRY
H E B B R O N V I L L E , T E X A S
Erick B. Homer L. and Cesar M.
NORTH
L A R E D O , T E X A S

E.J. R. Jesus S.
Rafael S. Robert G.

Fuel Truck Driver Rafael Saenz, Scalehouse


Op. E.J. Rodriguez, Quarry Supervisor Mixing Lime on an 800' Stretch
Robert Salinas, Op. Julio Chavez, Op. Carloz Each Truck Holds 8000 Gal.
Martinez, Op. Martin Laurel, Op. Terry
Villanueva, Op. Seth Martin, Op. Martin Stabilize the Base, Then Pave
Martin J. Julio C. Jimenez and Op. Erick Bailey Eduardo S., Jamie A.

Getting Lime from the 32,000


Gal. Slaver on Site

Carlos M.

Erick B. Brendan G.
Abel C.

Robert S. Robert G.

Martin L. Juan O.

Op. Homer Lopez, Op. Cesar Morales, Op.


Eduardo Segura, Op. Jamie Aguilar, Op.
Robert Garza, Driver Jesus Saucedo, Driver
Abel Campos, Gatekeeper Juan Olivares,
Terry V. and Seth M. Slaver Op. Brendan Garza and Supervisor
Martin Gracia

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I-35 WORK AND
SCREENING PLANT
P E A R S A L L , T E X A S

Jorge Collazo's Crew


Clearing for Dirt Placement
Op. Gabriel Lopez, Op. Mauro Flores, Jose Guerrero,

U.S. 83
Jorge C.
Foreman Jorge Collazo, Andre Collazo, Trinidad
Morales, Amilio Rodriguez and Supervisor Max Mena

SOUTHL A R E D O , T E X A S Mauro F.
Jose G. Jr.

MILLING BASE AND ASPHALT


5" PAVEMENT/8" BASE
3 MILES READY TO BE PAVED
Gabriel L. Trinidad M., Andre C., Jose G. Mauro F.

Tony R. Mario F.

Joseph L.
Aldo M. and Hector N.

Alejandro D.

Milling Op. Alejandro


De La Rosa, Milling Op.
Tony Rivera, Foreman
Charlie Verdiguel, Op.
Jose Gomez, Op. Juan
Gomez, Op. Jose Gomez
Jr., Op. Aldo Mendoza, Charlie V.
Driver Joseph Luna,
Op. Mario Fuentes and
Supervisor Hector Nava
Juan G.

CHARLIE VERDIGUEL'S Jose G.


MILLING CREW
Taking Millings From I-35 Project And
Hauling To Plant 15.
Amilio R.

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Placing 1000' MSE Wall
Lifting Pieces Into Place

Patrick's Paving Crew

Indi T.

Jose H.
Armando V.

LA JOYA Florentino G., Julian V.

BYPASS
H I D A L G O C O U N T Y , T E X A S

Emilio A., Juan B,


Jesus O. Ricardo C

Alejandro G.

Isidiro G.

Hanging Brackets
Digging Out Mud
Preparing for Concrete Pour

Godofrey G.
Armando L.

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Prep Work Jose G. Don G. Peter S. Vicente E.
Pouring Concrete

Latrail P.

Crane Op. Jose


Homero Jr., Jesus
Arellano, Armando
Villarreal, Francisco
Moreno, Fide Vielma,

LAREDO
Manuel Rodriguez,
Emilio Arbizo, Juan
Balderas Jr., Ricardo

SHOP
Cantu, Florentino
Garcia, Julian Verga,
Op. Armando Lopez,
Photos Courtesy of Trent Jones.

Isidiro Garcia, Op.


Juan Mireles, Jose
260yd Pour Homero Gonzalez Sr., Jose L.
8" Depth Guadalupe Verga, Op.
Arturo's and Inez's Crews Gregoreo Marroquin,
Carpenter Jose Salinas,
Jesus Ortiz, Mechanic
Alejandro Guerrero,
Op. Godofrey
Gutierrez, Supervisor
Arturo Lopez

WESLACO
Daniel T.

SHOP Manuel F.

Ivan M.
Poncho F.

Roy N., Guadalupe G., Jose G.


Indi T.
Lowboy Driver Julio Salines,
Alejandro
Juan M. D.
Mechanic Jose Navarro, Head Mechanic
Mechanic Jose Silva, Welder Vicente Estrada,
Martin Angeles, Mechanic Supervisor Roy
Daniel Trevino, Lowboy Norris, Mechanic Jose
Driver Indi Tijerina, Shop Gomez, Welder Peter
Julio S. Manager Mario Garza Sanchez, Mechanic
Guadalupe Guerrero,
Mario G. Shop Manager Juan
Martinez, Mechanic
Martin A. Don Gunnell, Op.
Manuel Flores, Paving
Foreman Francisco
"Poncho" Flores, Yancy Q.
Lowboy Driver Yancy
Quintero, Lowboy
Driver Ivan Marines, Mario C.
Mechanic Jose Limas
and Surveyor Mario
Carreon
Peter S., Don G.
Terry V. and Seth M.
Jose N.
Jose S., Martin A.

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TEJAS
Gabriel R. Conrad J. Daniel B. Jeffrey T.

QUARRY werC gnivaP s'kcirtaP


Angelo T.

Angelo T.
Robert H. Pablo D. Daniel S

Warren S., Andrew B. Leo D.

Adan G.

Luis O. Abraham P. David S.

Ronaldo D. Juan M. Jr.


Angel V. Angel V. Brock M.

QUALITY SEAL Jorge R.


Pablo C., Eber M.
COAT AWARD
Fernando
AlejandroM.
D. Op. Angelo Tapia, Op. Luis
The Tejas Quarry Olivas, Op. David Sauseda, Op.
won the 2021 Texas Angel Vargas, Scalehouse Op.
Quality Seal Coat Adan Gallegos, CM Maintenance
Systems Op. Abraham Prince,
Luis O. Award from the Texas Admin. Asst. Juan Martinez
Pablo C. Seal Coat Award Jr., Op. Brock Man, Op. Sergio
Program this year! Linares, Op. Juan Rodriguez, Op.
We are exceptionally Pablo Carrillo, Op. Eber Melgoza,
Op. Jorge Rodriguez, Op. Daniel
Samuel M.
proud of all of our
Silva, Op. Robert Herebia, Op.
plant workers and Pablo "Pebbles" Delgado, Sales
operators who made Manager Jeffrey Tovar, Mining
Sergio L. this happen. Great job! Nick R. Operations and Projects Ronaldo
DosSantos, Tower Op. Nick
Rodriguez, Technician Rey Luna,
Technician Andrew Benek, Op.
Fernando Melgoza, Op. Samuel
Munoz, Plant Supervisor Gabriel
Reyes, Plant Manager Daniel
Barrs, Head Mechanic Leo Diaz,
Juan R. Juan R. Sergio L. Supervisor Warren Simmons,
David S., Luis O. Rey L. Estimator Conrad Johnson

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FLO
THE
FEDEX
Latrail P. Ronald F. Brandon L.
PAVING
O C A L A , F L O R I D A

RIDAD I V I S I O N
Ronald S.

Jessie C.
T.J. C., Rossia P.

Ben D., Randy W.

Roy Boyette's Paving Crew


208,339 Total Tons
2" 2nd Lift
Foreman Roy Boyette, Ben Dexter, Brandon
Lovett, Jessie Cabarris, Latrail Patterson, Blake
Chancey, Randy Williams, Ronald Freeney,
Ronald Spann, Rossia Patterson, T.J. Clayton,
Spencer Raulerson, Mechanic Paul Lion Blake C. Randy W. Spencer R., Roy B., Paul L.
Superintendent: Eli Jerrels / Project Manager: Buddy Howell

FT. ATKINSON
PAVING
D A Y , F L O R I D A

Erik H.
Steve S.

Richard Parker's Paving Crew


3010' in Length
1 Lift of 1 and 1/2"

Foreman Richard Parker, Christopher Jelks,


Clarence Coleman, Dalvius McQuay, Deangelo
Griffin, Dilon Dicks, Erik Hayhurst, Dion Proctor,
Kenneth Mitchell, Marquez Henry, Moseley
Harris, Robert Williams, Trevor Williams, ATI
Robert W. Moseley H. Technician Jason Musgrove
Superintendent: Travis Byrd

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CDL TRAINING
FACILITY PAVING L A K E C I T Y , F L O R I D A

Greg Water's Paving Crew


700' by 400' Area
1 and 1/2" 2nd Lift
Roosevelt C., Foreman Greg Waters, James Dexter, Roosevelt
Robert H.
Patrick G. Calhoun, Patrick Gibbons, John Gibson, Robert
Henderson, Tyler Ratliff, Anthony Riley, Willie

CRAWFORD
Highland, Nathaniel Lucas

ROAD
James D. Willie H. Joe H.
Project Manager: Tony

C A L L A H A N , F L O R I D A

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Williams

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Anthony R. Tyler R. Patrick G., Roosevelt C., James D. Patrick G., Roosevelt C. O
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Superintendent: Rusty Jernigan / Project Manager: Bryan Buchanan M

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Sean T.

LT
Edgar E. Tony R.

ASPHA
Della K. and Robert R.

SR 20
Joseph S., Chanse M. Bert S.

BRIDGE
B A Y C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A
David F. Zack J.

15" Pipe for


David Fisher, Delfino Morales, Edgar Esquipuelas, Tony
Driveway
Rachal, Larry Williams, Zack Jernigan, William Skipper,
Foreman Jackie Cowart, Foreman Mike Dorriety and
6 Yd Gutter Pour Jackie C.
Superintendent Wayne Yarbrough
Tammy W.

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Dressing Up
Bert S.
AFB W E S T F L O R I D A
Cedric D.
Getting Ready For Hydroseed David J., Reggie B., Grayson M.

Tyler A.

TYING STEEL
CUTTING SUBGRADE
PLACING 5" LIFTS OF BASE ROCK
Robert H., John G.
Paving 1 and 1/2" Franco R. Raymond P.
Superintendent: Robert Raulerson / Project Manager:Josh McDougal

Scott R., Buck G.


Tim A.
Willie H. Roosevelt C.
Terrance P.

Hosea Brooks, Foreman


Adrian Duncan, Franco
Robert R. Jr. Russo, Terrance Presha,
Tyler Atkins, Cedric
Decree, Foreman
Tim Adam, Raymond
Powell, Project Manager
Scott Randall and
Robert R. Jay S. Joe H. James D. Superintendent Buck
Griffin
Hosea B.
Superintendent: Buck Griffin / Project Manager: Scott Randall
Adrian D.

Patrick E. Bobby D. Clifford J. Allen W. Mark A.

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ELLISON MARIANNA
STREET
P E R R Y , F L O R I D A
Jarred S. Thomas H. Kevin M. AIRPORT ROAD
J A C K S O N C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A

Chase R.
Kyle S. Cedric E.

Ronnie A.
Levi Bush's Paving Crew
Kyle Sampson's Grade Crew
Ronnie Adkins Grade Crew
1.62 Miles
2 and 1/2" on Roadway Eric P., Jerry T.
Resurfacing and Widening to 22'
3 and 1/2" on Fuel Station Loop
Chase Rhodes, Jarred Schreck, Chloe
Hughes, Rodrick "Ole Skool" Wilson, Cedric Edwards, Clifford Canty, Henry Carter, Javante
Chris Joyner, Superintendent Jeff Speights, Johnny Lundy, Jose Pride, Kevin McCaskill,
"Twig" Stemple and Foreman Kyle Nickolas Pollocks, Phillip Pollocks, Roger Anderson,
Sampson Thomas Hopkins, Eric Perdue, James Branning,
Robert H.,
Robert Hernandez, Foreman Levi Bush, Supervisor
Rodrick W. Chloe H. Jeff S. Phillip P. Clifford C. James B.
Jerry Tillman, Foreman Ronnie Adkins
Superintendent: Ricky Reed / Project Manager: Tara Beauchamp Superintendent: Rusty Jernigan / Project Manager: Bryan Buchanan

PAVING STATE
Anthony R.

ELLISON Jerry D. (#3144)

C L A Y
ROAD 21C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A

Robert H. and John G. Timmy T.


Willie H. GREG WATER'S Timmy T.
PAVING CREW

1 and 5/8" Depth Timmy Thomas' Grade Crew


Nathaniel L. Brandon Smith's MOT Crew
Placing Milling for Driveways
Rodney Shefbuch (#3277), Jeff Miller
and cleaning up.
(#3358), Albert Waters (#3335), Amanda 6.4 Miles
Delacruz (#3276), Cecil Waters (#3336),
MOT Brenda Carter, MOT Teresa Lashley, Jerry Dennard, Brandon Smith, Dalton
Dustin T.
MOT Will Parker, MOT Dustin Tolbert Cashmore, Dustin Cashmore, Foreman
, Foreman Greg Waters, Anthony Riley, Timmy Thomas
James Dexter, John Gibson, Nathaniel
Lucas, Patrick Gibbons, Robert Henderson,
Roosevelt Calhoun, Tyler Ratliff, Walter Brenda C. William P. Brandon S. Dalton C. Dustin C.
Hayes, Willie Highland Superintendent: Ricky Reed / Project Manager: Tara Beauchamp Dustin C. Superintendent: Mike Rood / Project Manager: Josh Hamm

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CR 137
J A S P E R , F L O R I D A
Latrail P.
George O. (#3319) Warren S.

DOCK STREET
BRIDGE
Colby D.
Luther F. (#3360)

C E D A R K E Y , F L O R I D A
Colby Driggers Grade Crew
Logan F.
Max Lambert's Grade Crew Joseph T. Trey C. and Jay M.
20YDS OF CONCRETE IN EACH PILING Patrick Emery's Paving Crew
Duff K. and Justin R. Mike Colbert's Pipe Crew

3' Widening on One Side Brian B. Lisa M.


14 and 1/2" of Lime Rock
1" of Asphalt with Shoulder Spreader
Mill 1 and 1/2", then Pave the 6 Miles
Duff K. and Justin R. Charles M. Max L. Trey C. and Jay M. Ken C.

Allen D.

PATRICK
Patrick S. and Logan F. EMERY'S
PAVING CREW
Chris J. Cody W.

Patrick S.
Jay M.
Superintendent: Allen Deas / Project
Manager: Jake Beauchamp

Superintendent Allen
Deas, Foreman Richard George K and Erik H. Paving Overbuild
Stallings, Ralph Sutton, Tearing Out Old Concrete, 1' Adam F.
Justin Rosato, Duff Karty,
Glenn Mason, Patrick Thick with 1/2" Rebar
Spahn, Logan Foster Foreman Colby Driggers, Bobby Driggers, Joseph
Thompson, Max Lambert, Trey Crews, Christopher
Jelks, Clarence Coleman, Dalvius McQuay, Dilon Dicks,
Erik Hayhurst, Kenneth Cook, Kenneth Mitchell,
Moseley Harris, Robert Williams, Trevor Williams,
JaMichael Jones, George Kelsey, Cody Willems,
Superintendent Adam French, Foreman Patrick
Emery, Mike Colbert, Jay McHale, ATI Technician
Brian McCubbins, MOT Supervisor Lisa Matthews, Op.
JaMichael J.
Warren Smith, Truck Driver Charles Moore, George
Oellrich #3319, Kelly Thiesen #3281, Luther Fralick
#3360, Richard Handy #3304, Cornelius George #3302,
Mike C. Moseley H. Daniel Avery #3359, Teresa Peters #3337, Mary Smith
Superintendent: A.J. Land / Project Manager: Dylan Reed #3329, #3306

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CR 231 U.S. 319
U N I O N
BRIDGE
C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A NORTH Jerry J.

C R A W F O R D V I L L E , F L
Surveyor Vernon Barry, Dalton
"Little Jason" Wright, Trey Dakota H. BEN GATES'
Crews, Lane Bishop, Foreman PAVING CREW
Dakota Hunt, Joe Hughes,
Clifford Jackson and Foreman
Bert Stephens. Dwayne C.
Joshua M.

Harley N.
Joe H.
Paving Friction Course 3/4"
Ken Cook's Grade Crew
Clifford J., Joe H. and Bert S.
Cleo J.
Joseph Turner, Joe Polnitz, Joshua
McKinney, Raymond Young, Robert Tillman,
Alvin McFarland, Cleo Johnson, Dwayne
Campbell, Harley Northington, Jerry
Clifford J. Jackson, Foreman Ben Gates, Allen Smith,
Brandon Forehand, Charles Cook, Franky
Dakota Hunt's Grade Crew Alvin M., Joseph T. Robert T. Raymond Y. Lipford, Jeremy Leigh, Phoenix Bruner,
Vernon B. Trey C. Dalton W. Staking Elevation for Drainage Superintendent: Durward Dudley / Project Manager: Jason Barber Foreman Ken Cook.
Superintendent: Hunter Anderson / Project Manager: Josh Hamm Bert Stephen's Pipe Crew Dressing

SUNCOAST
PARKWAY
H O M O S A S S A , F L O R I D A
Bridge Superintendent Aaron Fedor,
Casey W.,
Marcus S.
Foreman Curtis Lashley, Travis "Turtle"
Ross, Wesley King, Foreman Eric Medley,
S.
d

Casey Woods, Wayne Wiggins, Zantarvis


al
on

Lamb, Marcus Smith, Sanderrius Sorey,


R

Allen Smith, Brandon Forehand, Charles


Cook, Franky Lipford, Jeremy Leigh, Cody M.
Rossia P. Sr, T.J. C.
Brandon L. Ken C. Phoenix Bruner, and Ken Cook.
ROY BOYETTE'S
PAVING CREW
7 Mile Bike Path Setting Formwork and Laying Aprons
12' Wide, 1 and 1/2" Thick 5yd Pour Across 3 Aprons
Blake C. Ronald F. Curtis L.
Clipping Excess RAP

U.S. 319
Donald H.

Blake Chancey, Jessie Cabarris, T.J.


Clayton, Brandon Lovett, Rossia

SOUTH
Patterson Sr., Latrail Patterson,
Ben Dexter, Randy Williams,
Ronald Freeney, Ronald Spann,
ATI Technician Spencer Raulerson,
Foreman Roy Boyette, Charlene Prince
C R A W F O R D V I L L E , F L
Ben D. Latrail P. Jessie C. Jeremy L. Aaron F. Phoenix B.
(#3289), Richard Kinsey (#3131) Superintendent: Randy DeMars / Project Manager: Doug Booth Superintendent: Durward Dudley / Project Manager: Jason Barber

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GOLDEN
PHEASANT G R O UP

BRIDGE
G

THE DRAGON

MININ
Ernie J., Brandon M.
T A L L A H A S S E E , F L O R I D A

A-
DREDGE Q U I N C Y , F L O R I D A

Ellicott 670 Dragon Dredge Kyle P., Shawn S.


Taylor D.
C27 750HP V8 Engine
Jimmy G., Zantarvis L., Eric M. Aaron F., Greg M.

Tim A.
Pouring Bridge Caps
2yd and 12 yd Pours Greg M.
Harold T.
Skylar S., Toby B.
Superintendent: Jimmy Godwin, Aaron Fedor, Wayne Yarbrough / Project Manager: Zach Lawson

Aaron F.

Greg M., Toby B., Aaron F.

14" Discharge Dredge


7405lbs of Cutting Force
Zach L. Tomeiko H. V.P. of A-Mining Shawn
Snyder, Mining Production
Manager Kyle Paras, Plant
Ernie J. Manager Mike Alley, Crane
ERIC MEDLEY'S Toby B. Op. Harold Thompson,
CREW Crane Op. Zach Lipford,
Op. Toby Bell, Mechanic
Skylar Smith, Scalehouse
The Last Bridge for the Op. Tomeiko Hatton,
Bridge Superintendent
Raymond Tucker Project Aaron Fedor, Mechanic
Mike A., Kyle P.
Greg Mayberry

Foreman Eric Medley, Superintendent


Jimmy Godwin, Surveyor Taylor Davis,
Surveyor Mike Hartley, Steven Lee,
Tim Anderson, Wes Lockwood, Ernie
Jackson, Zantarvis Lamb, Lindsey Zantarvis L.,
Dugan, Zach Lipford, Brandon Mayo Steven L. Eric M.

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THE QUINCY
PLANTS
PANAMA CITY
Shawn S. Jr.

PLANT
Ryan Essman, Op. Michael-Shawn Snyder Jr., Op.
Jack Santamarina, Op. Chase Drude, Op. Adrian
Sand Mine Manager Michael Alley, Mechanic

Ricky D.
Ryan E. Mike A.
Plant Op. Ricky Dunn,
Groundsmen Johnny Kennedy,
Jack S. James Keenum, James White,
Op. Kyle Watson
Burns, Op. Jackie Gaffney

Johnny K., James K., James W., Kyle W.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR TRUCK DRIVERS


L A K E C I T Y / O C A L A
Chase D. Adrian B. Jackie G. Alfonso Curry Sr. - 20 Years, John Bradley (#3213), Charles Moore (#3115), Eddie Farmer (#3153), Alfonso Curry
(#3274), Michael Powell (#3138), Charles Donahub (#3273), Sammie Ashley (#3100), James Holmes (#3279), Barry
Unloading Around 80 Cars Per Week Loading 1800 Tons of Sand a Day Davis (#3278), Albert Waters (#3335), Roy Garbett (#3280), Jerry Dennard (#3144), George Oellrich (#3319), Cecil
Waters (#3336), Esmeraldo Delac (#3283), Chris Schantz (#3310), Mark Anderson (#3139), Rob Mixon (#3272), Arthur
Grant (#1120), Marvin Townsend (#3314), Luther Fralick (#3360), Eric Davis (#3301), Daniel Avery (#3359), Jason
Hall (#3333), Rhinehardt Wind (#3313), Daniel Roettger (#3332), Robert Luke (#3309), Richard Haight (#3357), Kelly
Thiesen (#3281), Wesley White (#3111), Charles Patterson (#3361), Joquawn Mays (#3320), Bruce McCurdy (#3338), Jeff
Miller (#3358), Amanda De La Cruz (#3276), Lisa Kirkman (#3061), Lawrence McCoy (#3124), George Fulton (#3146),
Shawn McDermot (#3115), Cornelius George (#3302), Michael Rossbor (#3362), Teresa Peters (#3337), Richard Handy
(#3304), Francis Underhil (#3122), Mary Smith (#3329), Calvin Souter (#3245), Justin Wilson (#3277), Deananjre Days,
Richard Nickerson, Russell Fleischer (#3130), Richard Kinsey (#3131), Floyd Titus (#3287), Charlene Prince (#3289), Luis
Grave De Peralta, Elvis Sosa (N.P. #3291), Angelo Ocasio (N.P. #3133), Gerald Toms (N.P. #682), Keith Williams (#3118)
M A R I A N N A / H O L T / Q U I N C Y
Shane Scott (#3264), Thomas Jackson (#3269), Verne Skeete (#3349), Charles Williams (#3350), Susan Causey (#3351), Riley Brown
(#3352), Miguel Negron (#3353), Jessie Moore (#3354), Marcus Kelly (#3364), Jerome Roberts (#3365), John Bottkol (#3267), James

MARIANNA
Wooden (#3297), Gene Reno (#3298), Neil Tucker (#3299), Joshua Etheridge (#3327), Scott Cobart (#3343), Bryan Clemons (#3345),
Roger Hilliard (#3346), Joe Clopton (#3347), Michelle Register (#3348), Adam Woodward (#3296), Sammie Balcom (#3027), Robert
Worthington (#3340), Andrew Chambliss (#3266), Donald Andrews (#3261), Anthony Campbell (#3150), Jerry Isaac (#3263), Ervone
Lee (#3129), John Sims (#3248), Shawn Wood (#3250), Duane McLelland (#3145/#3268), Ken Harper (#2486), Ty Herndon (#677),
Dustan Barfield (AMD251), Chris Benson (AMT1228), Steve Bush (AMD1402), Jaime Cook (AMT1226), James Curry (AMD261),

PLANT
Photo by Danny Strickland
Argenrus Favors (AMT207), Jeffery Gill (AMD1502), Marvin Jones (AMD1802), Tim Lamb (AMD1602), Garry Reed (AMD1801),
Moses Russ (AMT1229), Johnny Smith (AMD1604), Jim Walker (AMD1401), John Hamrac (AMD1603)
Pat W.
T E X A S
Abel Campos Zuniga (#2471), Jose Luis Rojas (#2441), Juan Moreno (#2505), Yancey Quintero (#3175), Ivan Marines (#3367),
Saul Marines (#609), Martin Sosa (#1149), Silvia Platas (#1128), Hector Blake, Aldo Mendoza, Alfonso Arce, Jesus Saucedo,
David H. Juan Olivares, Jesus Estevis, Salvador Morales

“I have worked for Anderson “I've worked in “What I love most about working at
Columbia since July of 2019. I the construction Anderson Columbia is the people
started out as a belly dump driver, business for 25 that I work with. They are some of the
and am now currently working as a years. Anderson most awesome people I've ever met
live bottom driver. I enjoy working Columbia is a big and worked for. When I first came to
Fabien G. at Anderson Columbia because it enough company Anderson Columbia, I really didn't
William Lay, Austin Lay, Dustin Weeks, allows me to do what I like to do: Drive trucks. But it that it can hire women and give know much other than what they had taught me in
Austin Moody, Shane Hack., Skyler also gives me the freedom to be home daily with my them a chance to prove themselves school about truck driving. It was nothing compared
Hobbes, Dean Henson, Thomas Mitchell, kids, which is a high priority for me. The company without being judged on every single to what I've learned since being here. When you have
also provides a more laid back work environment detail. I started out as a steamroller people that are willing to work with you, and they
Op. Pat Wynelander, Groundsman Fabien than other jobs. Most of the people I work with operator and ended up in a truck; have patience with you, it makes it easier to want to
Gammons, Plant Manager Kenny Jones, here are enjoyable and fun to work around too. I I think I'm pretty good at both. But work for that person. I've been here for one and a half
Plant Op. Danny "Boo Boo" Clark, William L., Austin L., Dustin W., think all in all, the people at Anderson Columbia I'd like to thank AC for letting me years and in that time, and I am currently driving a
Austin M., Shane H., Skylar H., are one of the best things about working here.” stay in a truck because of my age.” live-bottom truck. Every day brings a new adventure.”
Technician David Henry, Op. Kenny
Godwin Dean H., Thomas M. Kenny J., Danny C. - Amanda Delacruz (#3276) - Charlene Prince (#3289) - Mary Smith (#3329)

THE AFFILIATE Anderson Columbia FLORIDA DIVISION 36 37 FLORIDA DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE
U.S. 90 SUWANNEE
Kevin M., Phillip P.
PAVING LUMBER
COMPANY
H O L T , F L O R I D A

C R O S S C I T Y , F L O R I D A

Nickolas P. 1,150 Tons - 1 3/4" Lift


Richard Parker's Crew
Clifford C., Jose P.

Justin M., Paul M., Wes G.

Moseley H.

Johnny L. Connor W.
Levi Bush's Paving Crew
George
Cody W.W.
Shelly S. Paving Turnlanes Before Mainline Kenneth C.
Superintendent: Jeremy Corbin/ Project Manager: Hampton Jordan Erik H., JaMichael J.

Cedric E.

Cody W., Adam F.


J.J
JENKS

Thomas H. Adam F.

JERRY
Superintendent: Hunter Anderson /
TILLMAN Project Manager: Josh McDougal
Dilon D. Dalvius M.

Robbie W., Blake C. Superintendent Adam French, Foreman Richard Parker, ATI
Technician Cody Willems, Foreman JaMichael Jones, Christopher
1 1/4" for Turn Lanes LEVI BUSH'S
Jelks, Clarence Coleman, Dalvius McQuay, Deangelo Griffin,
CREW
2 1/4" for Mainline Dilon Dicks, Erik Hayhurst, Kenneth Cooks, Kenneth Mitchell,
9163' in Length Moseley Harris, Robert Williams, Trevor Williams, George Kelsey
Ty H. Cody B.
8500 Tons of Asphalt

Superintendent Jeremy Corbin, Superintendent Jerry


Tillman, Foreman J.J Jenks, Foreman Robbie Williams,
ATI Technician Robbie Williams, Supervisor Ty Herndon,
Mechanic Shelly Simpson, Foreman Levi Bush, Cedric
Edwards, Clifford Canty, Henry Carter, James Parmer,
Javante Speights, Johnny Lundy, Jose Pride, Kevin McCaskill,
Nickolas Pollocks, Phillip Pollocks, Roger Anderson,
Thomas Hopkins, ATI Technician Justin McKinney, Plant Op.
Wes Gill, Plant Op. Paul McGriff, Driver Ervone Lee, Connor Jeremy C. Roger A.
Williams, Blake Calleiro

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CR 361
CR 125
M A C C L E N N Y , F L
BRIDGE
K E A T O N B E A C H , F L

JAY STEPHEN'S
CREW

Dwayne C. Jonathan E.,


John B.
Allen W.
DRIVING
PILE
Digging Out Limerock by Guardrail Mike Sigrest's Crew
Mill and Resurface Project

Foreman Jay Stephens, ATI


Mike S.
Technician John Bazzell, Mechanic
Charles "Ricky Bobby" Jowers, Allen
Whitehead, Joseph Stephens, Chanse
Chanse M. Jay S. Charles J. McMurry, Jonathan Eversole
Superintendent: A.J. Land / Project Manager: Joshua McDougal
Emmett D.

Ja'dames G., Angel O.

W I L D W O O D ,
SR 44 F L O R I D A
Cody C., Steven L.

Cody C. Cody C., Kody P.

Cody C., Kody P., Steven L.

Steve A. DOUG WATER'S


tch the P
CREW
o Wa il e
Paving Around Curbs and t
Turnlanes Before Mainline

Dr
a
Luis L., Vershard Scippio

Sc

ive
!
Installing the AKROW Bridge Harold T.
Foreman Greg Waters, Mechanic
Bridge Superintendent Aaron
Steve Sanders, Lead Man Luis Loza,
Fedor, Superintendent Mike Sigrest,
Op. Vershard Scippio, Op. Nicholas
Cody Corbit, Kody Paras, Steven
Robinson, Op. Arthur "PeeWee" Grant,
Lee, Emmett Dennis, Harold
Op. Ja'dames Gardner, Op. Rahn
Thompson, Casey Woods, Richard Paving the Detour
Spralding, Op. Arantez Hunter, ATI
Murray, Casey Woods, Antonio
Technician Jason Musgrove, Op. Nottee
Colon, Superintendent Ricky Reed, Superintendent: Mike Sigrest / Project Paving and AKROW Photos
Bennett, Driver Floyd Titus, Driver Jason M. Nicholas R. Steve S., Nottee B. Vershard S.
Superintendent Travis Byrd Manager: Kevin Lamar Courtesy of Kevin Lamar
Russell Fleischer, Driver Angel Ocasio Superintendent: Steve Adams / Project Manager: Austin Miller

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FOY SHAW JNCAR U.S. 301
PARKWAY
J A C K S O N V I L L E , F L

B A K E R , F L O R I D A
Latrail P.
TEST ROAD
M A C C L E N N Y , F L O R I D A

COMPLETED
Superintendent: Sonny Carter / Superintendent: Paul Raulerson /
Project Manager: Hampton Jordan Project Manager: Josh McDougal 2 2" Asphalt Lifts DOUG WATER'S
CREW
4650' Long Rahn S.

Foreman Doug Waters,


ATI Technician Jason
Musgrove, Arantez Hunter,
Arthur "PeeWee" Grant,
Ja'dames Gardner, Luis
Loza, Nicholas Robinson,
Rahn Spralding, Ta'davius
Freeland, Vershard Scippio Nicholas R. Luis L. Vershard S.
Superintendent: Hunter Anderson / Project Manager: Tony Williams

I-75 NIGHT
PAVING L A K E C I T Y , F L O R I D A

Virgil M.

JaMichael J., George K.

THE OCALA
Trevor W.
PATRICK
9 Miles in Length EMERY'S CREW

Stops at U.S. 47

PLANT
All 3 Lanes, North and South Robert W., Trevor W.
Virgil M. Keith Williams (#3118)
2" Structure, Then Friction

Foreman Patrick Emery, Foreman


JaMichael Jones, MOT Allen Frazier,
THE TRUCK

ATI Technician Cody Willems


Christopher Jelks, Clarence Coleman, Dalvius M. Logan H., John P.
DRIVERS

Dalvius McQuay, Dilon Dicks, Erik


Hayhurst, Kenneth Cooks, Kenneth Plant Manager Angelo Magliulo, Op. Virgil Morse, Plant Op. Logan
Mitchell, Moseley Harris, Robert Hayes, Lab Technician John Pelt, Drivers Russell Fleischer (#3130),
Williams, George Kelsey Richard Kinsey (#3131), Floyd Titus (#3287), Charlene Prince
Moseley H., Chris J. Clarence C. Dilon D. (#3289), Luis Grave De Peralta, Elvis Sosa (N.P. #3291), Angelo
Jackie C.
Superintendent: Adam French / Project Manager: Dylan Reed Richard K., Russell F., Luis G., Floyd T., Charlene P. Ocasio(N.P.#3133),GeraldToms(N.P.#682),KeithWilliams(#3118)

THE AFFILIATE Anderson Columbia FLORIDA DIVISION 42 43 FLORIDA DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE
U.S. 19
P E R R Y , F L O R I D A
Jeff S. Greg W. Doug A., Greg W.

werC gnivaP s'kcirtaP

Nathaniel L., Patrick G.

Robert H.

U.S. 19
Walter H. Allen F.
BRIDGE
Paving Friction Course
Richard M., Steven L. FIXING BRIDGE
3/4" Depth JOINTS
68 Lane Miles
12' lanes
Tyler R. Bruce M. Cris S., Roosevelt C.

Mike Sigrest's Crew


Casey W. Casey W.
Nathaniel L. Roosevelt C. Sawing, Sand Blasting
and Sealing

Harold T., Emmett


Alejandro D. D.
Foreman Greg Waters,
Superintendent Jeff "Twig"
Stemple, Co-Chair Doug
Anderson, MOT Allen Frazier,
Anthoney R. Fueler Bruce McCurdy, Fueler
John Bradley, Anthoney Riley,
James Dexter, Cris Smart,
John Gibson, Nathaniel
Lucas, Patrick Gibbons,
John G. Robert Henderson, Roosevelt
Calhoun, Tyler Ratliff, Walter
Hayes, Willie Highland,
Bruce M., John B. Superintendent Mike
Sigrest, Steven Lee, Harold
Thompson, Casey Woods,
Emmett Dennis, Richard Mike S
Murray

Steven L.
Cris S. James D. Willie H.
Superintendent: Jeff "Twig" Stemple / Project Manager: Tara Beauchamp

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JUNCTION
CITY
MINING
T A L B O T T O N , G E O R G I A

Anthony S., Frankie B., Joshua B., Rufus C., Tommy M., Kortidious E., Cornelius F., Kelvin T., Sergio V. Germaine M., Christopher F., Anita L.,
Lorner W., Cathy K., Austin D.

PIT CREW PLANT CREW THE OFFICE


Pete S., Matt S., Calvin P., Patrick R., Sammie S., Johnny D. Rufus C., Joshua B.
Anthony S., Hugh W., Chris P., Mike W.

STRIPPING CRE W TOWER


Nicholas E., Kelvin T. Jr., Dwight S., Lorenzo S., Hunter O.,
Chase W., Travis F., Dustin P., Germaine M. THE TEAM
Andrew Cedeno, Anita Lewis, Anthony Smith, Anthony Smith, Austin Morgan, Bradley Haas, Calvin Carter, Calvin Passmore, Cathy
Kerr, Chaddrick Reviere, Christopher Pierce, Conielies Flowers, Donnie Fuller, Dustin Powell, Dwight Strickland, Elbert Henry, Eric
Owens, Frankie Bryant, Gary Currington, Germaine Walton, Hugh Walker, Hunter O'Neal, Jame Cornelius, Eddie Taylor, John Reed,
J.W. Durham, Joe Langston, Joshua Belcher, Kelvin Turner Sr., Kelvin Turner Jr., Kevin Bryant, Kortidious Edge, Larry Jones, Dwayne
Fox, Lorenzo Sparks, Mark Williams, Matthew Shaw, Mike Waller, Nicholas Edge Sr., Norman Purvis, Novoras Leonard, Patrick
LO A D O U T C R E W Ransom, Robert Shirling, Dale Sharpe, Cody Youngblood, Rufus Copeland, Sammie Short, Sergio Vicencio, Tarsus Thomas Jr.,
Timothy Sparks, Tommie Gamble, Tommy Marshall, Travis Ferguson, Pete Shattles

THE AFFILIATE Anderson Columbia FLORIDA DIVISION 46 47 FLORIDA DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE
Plant: Kevin Jones, Tim Nitz, Ronald Mize - 12 Years, Timothy Barfus, David Brown. Shop: Kelvin Hollie, Shop

LAKE
Foreman Owen Chancey, Equipment Administrator Dawn Williams - 17 Years, Ethan Chancey, Mike Johnson,
Michael Thompson, Eugene Burch, William Wisniski, Jesse Stambaugh, Jame Sandage, Edward Ramsey, Garrette
Goad, Michael Moore, Moke Chapman, Bradley Fiene, Timothy Summers, Troy Holmes, Shop Manager Joe Wood,

CITY
Alex Villegas. Trucking: Trucking Manager Dean Griffith, Trucking Administrator Kathy Polbos, Alfonso Curry Sr.
- 20 Years, John Bradley (#3213), Charles Moore (#3115), Eddie Farmer (#3153), Alfonso Curry (#3274), Michael
Powell (#3138), Charles Donahub (#3273), Sammie Ashley (#3100), James Holmes (#3279), Barry Davis (#3278),
Albert Waters (#3335), Roy Garbett (#3280), Jerry Dennard (#3144), George Oellrich (#3319), Cecil Waters

PLANT
(#3336), Esmeraldo Delac (#3283), Chris Schantz (#3310), Mark Anderson (#3139), Rob Mixon (#3272), Arthur
Grant (#1120), Marvin Townsend (#3314), Luther Fralick (#3360), Eric Davis (#3301), Daniel Avery (#3359), Jason
Hall (#3333), Rhinehardt Wind (#3313), Daniel Roettger (#3332), Robert Luke (#3309), Richard Haight (#3357),
Kevin J. Kelly Thiesen (#3281), Wesley White (#3111), Charles Patterson (#3361), Joquawn Mays (#3320), Bruce McCurdy
(#3338), Jeff Miller (#3358), Amanda De La Cruz (#3276), Lisa Kirkman (#3061), Lawrence McCoy (#3124), George
Fulton (#3146), Shawn McDermot (#3115), Cornelius George (#3302), Michael Rossbor (#3362), Teresa Peters
(#3337), Richard Handy (#3304), Francis Underhil (#3122), Mary Smith (#3329), Calvin Souter (#3245), Justin
Wilson (#3277), Deananjre Days, Richard Nickerson. Lab: Robert Cortese, Caleb Harris, Braedon Chase, Carl
Dempsey, Karen Scheider, Dale Hartley
Tim N. Ronald M.

CRESTVIEW
BYPASS
N E W D E S I G N B U I L D F O R I - 10

THE Photos Courtesy of Okaloosa County


Board of County Commissioners
Superintendents: Jeremy Corbin, Wayne Yarbrough /
Project Managers: Hampton Jordan, Zach Lawson

SHOP
Kelvin H., Owen C., Ethan C., Mike J., Michael T., Eugene B., William W., Jesse S, James S.,

MAXVILLE
Edward R., Garrette G., Michael M., Mike C., Bradley F., Timothy S., Troy H., Joe W., Alex V.

PLANT
Will H.

Rob M., Albert W., Marvin T., Kelly T., Michael R., Daniel A., Rhinehardt W., Charles D., Teresa THE
P., Luther F., Barry D., James H., Jason H., Eddie F., Robert L., Sammie A., Bruce M., Lawrence
M., John B, Mark A., Lisa K., Richard N. DRIVERS

David B. Karen S. Chris P. Gaige B. Robert L.

Plant: Chris "Motion" Price,


Will A. Haywood, Gaige
Luke F. Timmy B. Alfonso C. Sr. Robert C. Braedon C. Caleb H. Boyette, Andrew Wilson.
Office/Lab: Bruce Nixon,
Robert Lee

Larry H. Dean G., Kathy P. Dale H. Carl D. Andrew W. Bruce N.

THE AFFILIATE Anderson Columbia FLORIDA DIVISION 48 49 FLORIDA DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE
Travis B.

IMPERIAL
Julio A. John H.

MINE
Andre P. Matthew W. Quatavia M. Renshae A. Malachi R. Charlie D.

THE ALACHUA
PLANT NEW PAVING CREW
I N O C A L A , F L O R I D A B E R T C A T E ' S C R E W

Marvin T. FED-EX CENTER OCALA


2" LIFT
Travis B.

Jackie C. Eli J., Will C.


John H., Julio A. Julio A. Russell B.
Bert C.
Plant Manager Julio Amparo, Op. John Hamilton, Op. Brandon Feagle (N.P.),
ATI Technician Natalie Pepper (N.P.), Truck Driver Marvin Townsend

MONTICELLO
George W.A.
Renshan

Spencer R.

SHOP Quatvia M.

Charlie D.
Op. Travis Dennis, Op. John Bishop Mechanic Ernest Hill, V.P. Walter
Shop Foreman Larry Owens, Op. Scotty Roberts, Welder Dan Tracy,

Andre P.
Ernest H., Walter E., Mike S. Gaige O.,
Larry B. Ernest H. John S., Dillon S., Willie W., Shelp K.
Superintendent: Eli Jerrels/
Project Manager: Buddy Howell
Malachi R.

Foreman Bert Cates, Superintendent Eli Jerrels, ATI Technician


Spencer Raulerson, Will Childers, Andre Parrish, Matthew
Woolever, Quatavia Merriweather, Travis Binney, Renshae
Chevaux M. Mike M. Austin, Malachia Ruggiero, Charlie DiIorio, Brandon Bernard,
Edwards, Superintendent Mike Sigrest

Christopher Ruggiero, John Price, Kyle Lichty, Mark Bols,


Michael Weston
Travis D., John B.

Ricky H.
Willie Ward, Loader Op. Mike Manzella, Dragline Op.,
Russell Boos, Op. Shelp Knight., Op., John Shipes, Op. Heath
Howell,Dillon Stephens, Scalehouse Op. Chevaux Moore,
Scotty R. Dan T. Welder Ricky Harrison, Mine Manager Sam Smith (N.P.)

THE AFFILIATE Anderson Columbia FLORIDA DIVISION 50 51 FLORIDA DIVISION Anderson Columbia THE AFFILIATE
COLEMAN OLD TOWN
PLANT Brandon F.
SHOP
D I X I E C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A

Joey H., Duane T., Mitch G.

Mechanics: Joey Hunt, Duane Teckenbrock, Mitch Graber.


Welders: Gary Farnell, Wyatt Allen

Rusty S. Cezar A.

Angelo M Randy B.
PERRY PLANT
T A Y L O R C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A
Ocala Plant Manager Angelo Magliulo, Alachua Plant Op.
Brandon Feagle, Plant Op. Cezar Adams, Plant Op. Randy
Angelo M James W. Beach, Op. James Wilson, Op. Rusty Sands, Lab Technician
Chase Smith (N.P.), Reynard Bennett (N.P.)

U.S. 301 Plant Op. John Anderson, Plant Op. Timothy

TEST ROAD
Thompson, Loader Op. Josh Joiner, Plant Op.
Latrail P. Austin Hunt, Truck Driver Wesley White (#3111)
John A., Timothy T., Josh J., Austin H. Wesley W.
M A C C L E N N Y , F L O R I D A

SISTERS
John G. WELCOME
L A K E C I T Y , F L Jonathan E.

24' Double Run 24" Pipe


6" Asphalt Lift GREG WATER'S
Structure and Headwall
CREW
2' Widening on West Side Danny K. Preparing for Sod Allen W.

Foreman Greg Waters, ATI


Technician Danny King,
Anthony Riley, James
Dexter, John Gibson,
Nathaniel Lucas, Patrick
Gibson, Robert Henderson,
Roosevelt Calhoun, Tyler
Ratliff, Willie Highland Foreman Jay Stephens, Chanse
James D. Robert H. Cris S.
McMurry, Jonathan Eversole, Allen W., Jonathan E. Chanse M. Jay S.
Superintendent: Hunter Anderson / Project Manager: Tony Williams Joseph Stevens Superintendent: Adam French / Project Manager: Dylan Reed

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SR 77
VERNON, BAY COUNTY, GREENHEAD werC gnivaP s'kcirtaP
Nicholas H. Jerry J., Ben G. Harley N.

Jacoby C.

Barry G. Alvin M.
Tim A., Bill G. Raymond Y.
Jerry J., Joseph T., Ty H., Rodell P.

Adding 2' Shoulder


3 1/2" Depth
Leland B. Tommy G. Rodell P. Cleo J.

Placing Centerpoints
Laying 18" Crossdrains
Digging and Cutting Ditches
BEN GATE'S
John W. James B. Dennis P. Adding 3" Cut to Grade CREW Robert T. Dwayne C. Daryl B.

Delfino M. Cedric E. Jon B.


Clifford C.

Adrian D., Harold J., Rodney A.


Jackie C., David F. Roger A.

Kevin M. Adding 8' Shoulder


Pouring 2 1/2 Yd Median 1 1/2" Depth
Pouring Curb and Gutters Nathaniel G. Javante S.

LEVI BUSH'S
Jackie C., Wayne Y., Mike D., David F.
Adrian D., CREW
William S. Johnny L. Nickolas P. Thomas H.

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ISRAEL MASSALINE'S
CREW
Inocente O.

Julian E., Joseph B.

Dennis P.

Buddy S. Jerry J., Robert T., Robert L., Dwayne C. Robert L. Vicky M.

Foreman Tim Adams, Jay Phelps, Mechanic Billy Grace, Foreman Barry Gilmore, Nicholas Hartman, Fuel Truck Driver Leland
Bischert, Foreman Tommy Grace, John Wood, James Brown, Dennis Paulk, Jacoby Curry, Foreman Jackie Cowart, Foreman Mike
Dorrierty, Superintendent Wayne Yarbrough, Delfino Morales, David Fisher, Foreman Adrian Duncan, Hosea Brooks, Harold
Johnson, Foreman Rodney Anderson, Nathaniel Gonazalez, Orvile Fisher, Raymond Williams, Franco Russo, Terrence Presha,
Murray B.
William Skipper, Foreman Ben Gates, Jerry Jackson, Harley Northington, Raymond Young, Rodell Pete, Alvin McFarland, Dwayne
Hosea B. Campbell, Joseph Turner, Jose Polnitz, Joshua McKinney, Robert Tillman, Cleo Johnson, Lamarion Bell, James Parmer, Robert
Larry A. Lyons, Mechanic Daryl Branning, Technician Ty Highsmith, MOT Eddie Kornegay, Cody Peavy, Lane Anderson, Foreman Levi Bush,
Cedric Edwards, Clifford Canty, Henry Carter, Johnny Lundy, Javante Speights, Jon Borges, Kevin McCaskill, Nickolas Pollocks,
Phillip Pollocks, Roger Anderson, Thomas Hopkins, Foreman Julian Escobar, Joseph Brincefield, Inocente Olvera, Christopher
Harrell (N.P.), Foreman Israel Massaline, Vincent Peterson, Tim Chastain, Donald Sheffield, Surveyor Josh Burden, Surveyor Charlie
Gunter, Foreman Larry "Cornbread" Allen, Bruce Hall, Foreman Murray Batson, Foreman Buddy Summerlin, Vicky Manning, Casey
Charlie G., Sterrett (N.P.), Mathew Callari (N.P.), Tyler Hasty (N.P.), Foreman Ronnie Adkins (N.P.), Foreman John Gooding (N.P.), John Ulberg (N.P.),
Josh B. Richard Ulberg (N.P.), Foreman John Ammons (N.P.), Ernest Smith (N.P.), Tyler Dawson (N.P.), Wesley Roedel (N.P.)

Pouring Curb and Gutter


Bruce H. Tim A. Jay P. 4 Yd Pour DESIGN BUILD - BAY COUNTY - GREENHEAD
Completing Punchlist
Placing Stakes for Turnlanes
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James P., Lamarion B.

Ja'dames G.
Donald S. RODNEY Nicholas R.

ANDERSON'S Driveways and Turnouts


The Last Bridge for the Cody P., Eddie K., Lane A. Dalton Y. 1 and 1/2" Depth
CREW
Raymond Tucker Project
Setting Rebar with Epoxy Vershard S.

Preparing to Tie Steel Superintendent Mark Glover, Foreman Doug


Foreman Eric Medley, Superintendent Waters, ATI Technician Jason Musgrove,
Jimmy Godwin, Surveyor Taylor Davis, Arantez Hunter, Arthur "Pee Wee" Grant,
Surveyor Mike Hartley, Steven Lee, Luis L. Ja'dames Gardner, Luis Loza, Nicholas
Tim Anderson, Wes Lockwood, Ernie Robinson, Rahn Spralding, Ta'davius
Jackson, Zantarvis Lamb, Lindsey Harold J., Freeland, Vershard Scippio, Foreman Billy
Dugan, Zach Lipford, Brandon Mayo Zach L. Raymond W. Orvile F. Mark G. Yaun, Dalton Yaun, Trey Carswell
Rodney A. Superintendent: Bernard Davis, Rusty Jernigan / Project Manager: Jason Barber Superintendent: Mark Glover / Project Manager: Josh McDougal

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U.S. 27
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2" Depth
7 Mile Project Length
Dressing Out and Getting Grade
Paving Driveways and Turnouts Working Punchlist
1150 Tons of Friction
1 3/4" Lift

Kenny M. Dilon D., Kenny C. Dalvius M. RICHARD Lavelle B. Chris C. Matt Q. Moseley H.

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Luke H. Timothy B.
Kenny M.

Grading Curb Pads


Laying 12" Pipe

Kenny C. Gary I.
Kenny M.

Foreman Richard Parker, ATI Technician


Cody Willems, Chris Jelks, Clarence Coleman,
Moseley H. Matt S. Dalvius McQuay, Deangelo Griffin, Dilon
Dicks, Erik Hayhurst, Kenneth Cooks,
Kenny Mitchell, Marquez Henry, Moseley
Rodney C. Harris, Robert Williams, Trevor Williams,
Foreman JaMichael Jones, George Kelsey,
MOT Matt Quattro, MOT Lavelle Butler,
Foreman Richard Parker, ATI Technician MOT Tyler Johnson, Foreman Rickey Gainey,
Cody Willems, Chris Jelks, Clarence Coleman, Op. Timothy Buchan, Op. Tony Lewis, Op.
Tyler J. Matt "Triple T" Stout, Op. Mark Porter, Op.
Dalvius McQuay, Deangelo Griffin, Dilon
Dicks, Erik Hayhurst, Kenneth Cooks, Ernest Smith, Driver Gary Ivey, Foreman
Kenneth Mitchell, Moseley Harris, Robert Timothy B., Rodney Chancey, Op. Chris Chancey, Op. Luke
Williams, Trevor Williams, Foreman JaMichael Ernest S. Hodge, Mechanics Michael Thompson, Jason
George K. Chris J. Cody W. Tony L.
Jones, George Kelsey. Heringer, Truck Driver Gerald Toms
Superintendent: Hunter Anderson / Project Manager: Gray Childers Superintendent: Daniel Jerrels / Project Manager: Gray Childers

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Barnaby E., Jay S., Allen W., Shaki H.

Jay Stephen's Crew


Installing a Trench Box Brandon M.
Hauling Dirt Samuel K., Wayne W.

NEW ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION ERIC MEDLEY'S AND


DIGGING DOWN 5 1/2' CHARLIE DeBOLT'S
PLACING ROCK CREWS
Barnaby E.

Jay S., Allen W. Foreman Jay


Jimmy G., Charlie D.
Stephens,
Barnaby Jimmy G.
Edouard, Allen
Whitehead,
Shaki Harvey
Shaki H., Shaki H., George W.
Brandon M.
Allen W. Jay S. Allen W.
Eric M., Brandon M.

ALLIGATOR
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Charlie D.

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Superintendent: Aaron Fedor / Project


Manager: Zach Lawson
Samuel K. Terry M.

Bridge Superintendent Aaron Fedor, Superintendent Jimmy


Godwin, Foreman Eric Medley, Foreman Charlie DeBolt, Brandon
Mayo, Zantarvis Lamb, Wayne Wiggins, Samuel King, Terry
McLane

Aaron F.

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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EEO/AA POLICY AND PLAN
SAFETY MESSAGE Mark Resler - Risk Manager

B
EEO/AA POLICY STATEMENT information that the union referral process has impeded our efforts to meet our obligations.
5. Develop on-the-job training opportunities and/or participate in training eing only behind heart disease and cancer in number of deaths in the United States, COVID-19
It is the policy of this Company to comply and cooperate to the fullest extent with all programs for the area which expressly include minorities and women, including upgrading
applicable regulations of the Equal Employment Opportunity Provisions of the Civil Rights Act of programs and apprenticeship and trainee programs relevant to the Company’s employment should be on everyone’s radar. Deaths alone from COVID-19 in the U.S. have almost reached
1964, Executive Order 11246, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 793), the Americans with needs, especially those programs funded or approved by the Department of Labor.
Disabilities Act (ADA) of June 26, 1990 and the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance We shall provide notice of these programs to the sources complied under “2” above. 750,000 lives. Human Resources references ten reasons for, or issues with, getting vaccinated:
Act of 1972, all as amended. This policy pertains, as far as the responsibility of this Company is 6. Disseminate the company EEO policy notice by providing notice to the unions and training
concerned, to any arrangement under which employees, including trainees, are selected for work. programs and requesting their cooperation in assisting us in meeting our EEO obligations; by including
It is the policy of this Company not to discriminate against any it in any policy manual and collective bargaining agreement; by publicizing it in the company newspaper, 1. The virus can stay with you for an extended period, and can cause problems well after recovering.
employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, age, sex, and annual report, etc.; by specific review of the policy with all management personnel and with all
national origin, disabilities or Vietnam Era and Special Disabled Veterans status. minority and female employees at least once a year; and by posting the company EEO policy on bulletin 2. A vaccine will prime your immune system, then be gone – unlike the actual virus.
This Company will take affirmative action to assure an equal employment boards accessible to all employees at each location where construction work is performed.
opportunity to all qualified persons, and that employees are treated equally during employment 7. Review, at least annually, the Company’s EEO policy and affirmative action obligations 3. Vaccination not only protects you, but also protects those around you.
without regard to their race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, disabilities, or Vietnam
Era and Special Disabled Veteran’s status. Such action shall include but not be limited to:
under these specifications with all employees having any responsibility for hiring, assignment, layoff,
termination or other employment decisions including specific review of these items with onsite
4. If you want to attend large gatherings, it will take everyone doing their part to get vaccinated.
1. Employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer. supervisory personnel such as Superintendents, General Foremen, etc. prior to the initiation of 5. Getting COVID-19 can be expensive, with costs related to doctor bills, hospitalizations, rehabilitation, etc.
2. Recruitment and recruitment advertising construction work at any job site. A written record shall be made and maintained identifying the time and
Layoff or termination place of these meetings, persons attending, subject matter discussed and disposition of the subject matter. 6. Experts predict it will take 70% of the population to be vaccinated to control COVID-19 transmissions.
4. Rate of pay or other forms of compensation 8. Disseminate the Company EEO policy externally by including it in any
5. Selection for training, including apprenticeship, pre-apprenticeship and/or on-the-job advertising in the news media, specifically including minority and female news media 7. As more people get vaccinated, our economy will recover.
training. and proving written notification to and discussing the company EEO policy with other
contractors and subcontractors with whom the company does or anticipates doing business.
8. As more people get vaccinated, our schools can return to normal.
EEO OFFICER DUTIES 9. Direct our recruitment efforts, both oral and written, to minority, female and 9. Side effects for a day or two are better than dealing with a COVID-19 infection, which can lead to hospitalization.
community organizations, to schools with minority and female students and to female recruitment
It is the policy of this Company to continuously maintain the appointment of an Equal Employment and training organizations serving our recruitment area and our employment needs. Not later than 10. Lastly, the vaccine is FREE and readily available.
Opportunity Officer (EEO Officer). The name and contact information for the EEO Officer will be one month prior to the date for the acceptance of applications for apprenticeship or other training
communicated along with this policy. The EEO Officer has responsibility for effectively administering by any recruitment source, we shall send written notification to organizations such as the above,
and promoting an active program of equal employment opportunity, The EEO Officer will coordinate the describing the openings, screening procedures, and tests to be used in the selection process.
EEO efforts of Superintendents, supervisors, foremen and others in the position of hiring personnel. 10. We will encourage present minority and female employees to recruit other minority If you are still on the fence about being vaccinated, maybe some issues you have with the vaccine are cleared up with the
EEO/AA POLICY & PLAN
persons and women and, where reasonable, provide after school, summer and vacation
employment to minority and female youth, both on the site and in other areas of our workforce.
following information, which was obtained from an article written by Eva Del Rio, who publishes items under “Workplace
11. Validate all test and other selection requirements Savvy.”
This Company’s EEO Officer has the responsibility for effectively administering and where there is an obligation to do so under 41 CFP Part 60-3.
promoting an active program of equal employment opportunity within the Company. The EEO 12. Conduct at least annually, an inventory and evaluation of all - FEAR: The vaccine isn’t safe, was developed in a rush, they took shortcuts, or is still experimental.
Officer will make recommendations, where appropriate, to correct any deficiencies found in the minority and female personnel for promotional opportunities and encourage these
Company’s program. The EEO Officer will ensure that this policy and plan are being carried out. employees to prepare for, through appropriate training, etc. such opportunities. It is common knowledge that drugs take years to be approved. But consider that everyone around the world stopped what
EEO/AA PLAN
13. Ensure that seniority practices, job classifications, work assignments and other personnel
practices, do not have a discriminatory affect by continually monitoring all personnel and employment related
they were working on and focused on finding a COVID-19 vaccine. Also, similar vaccines were already being developed for
activities to ensure that the EEO policy and our obligations under these specifications are being carried out. related coronaviruses like SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and MERS (middle eastern respiratory syndrome). That
It is the policy of this Company that there not be any discrimination by virtue of 14. Ensure that all facilities and company activities are non-segregated except that separate or
race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, disabilities or Vietnam Era and Special Veterans single-user toilets and necessary changing facilities shall be provided to assure privacy between the sexes. knowledge helped expedite the development of a vaccine for COVID-19. Scientists also had an excess of volunteers to test
status, in the functions of hiring, placement, up-grading, transfer or demotion. In addition, 15. Document and maintain a record of all solicitations of offers for subcontracts
there shall not be any discriminatory practices in recruitment, advertising, or solicitation for from minority and female construction contractors and suppliers, including circulation of vaccines, which were in trials for a year before receiving emergency FDA approval. One other sign that the vaccine is safe is
employment, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, selection for training including
apprenticeship, layoff or termination, or treatment during employment. The Company has
solicitations to minority and female contractor associations and other business associations.
16. Conduct a review, at least annually, of all supervisors’ adherence to and
that pregnant women are advised to receive it because it may transmit immunity to the baby and because COVID-19 is more
affirmative action obligations in the hiring of minorities, females, disabled and veteran’s applicants. perForemance under the company EEO policies and affirmative action obligations. dangerous for a woman who is pregnant.
We will not use goals, timetables or affirmative action standards
to discriminate against any person because of their race, religion, color, age, RECORDS - MYTH: I can fight the virus without the vaccine. I’m young and strong. It’s no worse than the common cold.
national origin, disabilities, or Vietnam Era and Special Disabled Veteran’s status.
This Company shall take specific affirmative actions to ensure equal opportunity. Our This company will keep records to monitor all employment related activity to COVID-19 is in the news every day, and we all know someone who has had the virus, and it affects everyone differently. Some
compliance with this policy and plan shall be based upon our efforts to achieve maximum results from ensure that the company’s EEO policy is being carried out. Records shall at least include for
our actions and we shall document our efforts fully. This Company will implement specific affirmative each employee the name, address, telephone numbers, construction trade, union affiliation if any,
only have flu-like symptoms, and some may not even know that they have had the virus. But others do, and as mentioned
action steps, at least as extensive as the following actions to ensure equal employment opportunity: employee identification number when assigned, social security number, race, sex, status (e.g., before almost 750,000 people had died from COVID-19 in the U.S., and there have been close to 5,000,000 deaths worldwide.
1. Ensure and maintain a working environment free of harassment, intimidation, mechanic, apprentice, trainee, helper, or laborer), dates and changes in status, hours worked per
and coercion at all times and in all facilities at which our employees are assigned to work. week in the indicated trade, rate of pay, and locations at which the work was performed. Getting infected with COVID-19 while unvaccinated is like playing Russian roulette; unvaccinated people are 11 times more
We shall specifically ensure that all foremen, Superintendents and other on-site supervisory
personnel are aware of and carry out our obligations to maintain such a working environment. REPORTING OF COMPLAINTS likely to die from COVID-19 than vaccinated people. It is still an individual and personal decision whether to receive the
2. Establish and maintain a current list of minority and female recruitment sources, provide
written notification to minority and female recruitment sources and to community organizations when If at any time anyone feels he or she has been discriminated against because of sex, COVID-19 vaccination. However, being vaccinated doesn’t mean you won’t get the virus, but it almost
guarantees you won’t die from it.
- Mark Resler
we have employment opportunities available, and maintain a record of the organization’s responses. race, religion, color, age, national origin, disabilities or Vietnam Era and Social Disabled
3. Maintain a current file of the names, addresses and telephone number of each Veteran status, they should report this matter to the company EEO Officer
minority and females off-the-street applicant or female referral from a union and minority or whose name and contact information is communicated along with this policy.
female referrals from a union, a recruitment source or community organization and of what The EEO Officer will investigate all complaints of alleged discrimination
action was taken with respect to each such individual. When applicable if such individual was made to the company in connection with its contractual obligations. The EEO Officer will
sent to the Union hiring hall for referral and was not referred back to the Company by the attempt to resolve such complaints, corrective actions to be taken and will then follow up on
union or, if referred, not employed by the Company, this shall be documented in the file with actions taken and their effect. If the investigation indicates that the discrimination may affect HAPPY 40TH WORK ANNIVERSARY! WELCOME TO THE TEAM!
the reason therefore, along with whatever additional actions the Company may have taken. persons other that the complainant, such corrective actions shall include such other persons. Nick joined the team back in
4. When applicable provide immediate written notification to the Director
when the union or unions with which we have a collective bargaining agreement have
Upon completion of each investigation, the EEO Officer will inform every complainant of all
of his or her avenues of appeal. The addresses shown below are such avenues for appeals.
JANICE KERCE NICK TUTTLE September of 2021, taking over for
not referred to us a minority person or woman sent by us, or when we have other Mrs. Patti Chiappini, who resigned
in early September after almost a
Florida Contact Information decade of being with Anderson. While
she will be missed, we look forward to
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc., Alisa Maddux U.S. Federal Highway Administration 227 N. Bronough Street, Room 2015 having Nick on our team as he brings
P.O. Box 1829 Lake City, FL 32056 (386) 752-7585 ext. 238 Tallahassee, Fl 32301 (850) 942-9650 previous HR construction experience
Florida Commission on Human Relations U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Miami District Office from Musgrove Construction.
2009 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Fl 32303-4102 (850) 488-7082 or (800) 342-8170 One Biscayne Tower Suite 2700, Miami, Fl 33131 (800) 669 4000
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO! NEW HR MANAGER!

U.S. Dept. of Labor, Reg. Dir., Office of Federal Contract Compliance U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Tampa District Office
61 Forsyth Street, SW, Room 7B-75, Atlanta, Ga 30303 (404)-562-2424 501 East Polk Street Suite 1020, Tampa, Fl 33602 (800) 669-4000 An Extra Thanks to Those Who If you have any feedback or
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