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Coworkers – Ross McCowan

Ross McCowan is a mechanic at our Montgomery, Illinois yard. After 22 years at his previous company, he discusses the Ozinga culture and his love for the job.

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The Rundown – October 2019

The latest edition of The Rundown is now available for your viewing pleasure. Check out what we have been up to in the past few weeks!

Community – Habitat for Humanity

Ozinga’s Human Resources Department partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana to help rebuild a home in the Hammond area. The project helps women take a proactive step in serving in their communities.

Community – Comer Children’s Hospital

Ozinga coworkers participated in our 2nd Annual Toy Drive for Comer Children’s Hospital. Over 1,000 items were donated to help support and comfort the children in the pediatric hospital.

Coworkers – Mike Maziarka

What does a bulk driver do? How important are cementitious materials to the industry? Mike Maziarka, a bulk hauler driver, explains the importance of this contributing role and the step-by-step process.

Do You Know How to Safely Wash Out Your Truck?

The washout area at a plant or job site can be one of the least safe areas drivers will encounter throughout their day according to Ozinga Operations Manager Matt Janas. Slick conditions due to water runoff can lead to dangerous slip and falls.

Welcoming the Next Generation

At Ozinga, next generation family members have an opportunity to start working in our family business as summer help at the age of 16. Doing so provides a better first-hand view of our company, introduces the generation to our coworkers and helps them align with our purpose and values.

Gridiron Grub & Give

We had a great day celebrating the Gridiron Grub & Give at our Mokena office. What was even greater was the numerous donations that were made to Ivy League Kids! Thank you to all of our amazing coworkers for planning and organizing this event.  

The Rundown – September 2019

Watch this month’s September edition of The Rundown to see where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to!

Lighting Upgrades Save Thousands in Energy Costs

As part of our commitment to sustainable energy practices, we recently completed lighting overhauls at several of our Midwest plants. Among the three projects, we’ll save an estimated 35,000 kWh/year.

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