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University of Wisconsin Students Conduct Energy Assessment at Ozinga’s Oak Creek Plant

We’re committed to making a positive impact on individuals, their families and the community for generations. That’s why we recently partnered with the Department of Energy’s Industrial Assessment Center to welcome a group of engineering students from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee to our Oak Creek, WI plant.

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Filtercrete™ Goes All the Way to the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Regional Fair

Before Matthew, a middle-school student in the Chicagoland area, started his science project, his family had recently installed a concrete brick paver patio at his grandparent's house. After rain fell, he noticed that water collected on the surface instead of draining. The general idea of permeable concrete intrigued him, so he decided to examine storm [...]

A Day in the Life – Research Engineer

It takes a lot of bright minds and creative methods to build with ingenuity and produce cost effective concrete with a lower carbon foot print. We followed Amir Hajibabaee from Ozinga's Research and Development team to learn more.

The Positive Potential of Business

Here’s something to ponder: can a business do harm? Can it do harm to people? To families? To communities? If you answered yes, wouldn’t you agree then that the alternative could be true: that a business could have a positive, even redemptive impact on the lives of people, their families and the greater community it [...]

New Digital Fleet Update Makes Life Easier for Ozinga Mechanics and Drivers

Safety is a number one priority at Ozinga, so we’re passionate about keeping our vehicles in prime running condition to protect our drivers and get our customers what they need in a timely fashion. To that end, we’ve recently introduced Digital Fleet’s electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR) system at several of our Wisconsin, Florida, [...]

Women in Construction – Laura Niehoff

"The opportunity that Ozinga gives to let you grow in your position, in my opinion, it doesn't matter if you're a woman or not. You still have an opportunity here to grow." - Laura Niehoff

Women in Construction – Su Neville

"I would tell a woman who wants to be in the industry to go for it. Do whatever you want to do and whatever makes you happy. If this is what you want to put your sights on go for it. You can do it as easily as anybody else can." - Su Neville

Women in Construction – Becca Draper

"I think it's very encouraging for women because some women may think it's intimidating to work in a more male-dominated industry but I feel like its encouraging." - Becca Draper #WIC2019 #Womeninconstruction

Women in Construction – Melanie Stuursma

"When I go to these trade shows its about 90% men and very few women... So I think it provides a welcoming face to the booth." - Melanie Stuursma #WIC2019 #Womeninconstruction

Women in Construction – Tanya Wilbert

"Take a chance on doing something different. You can do pretty much anything you put your mind to." - Tanya Wilbert #WIC2019 #Womeninconstruction

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