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13 Nov

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BJ Kelley makes 15 years!

November 13, 2014 | By | No Comments

George Reed would like to congratulate B J Kelley on his 15 year of service with the company. B J was hired as a Plant Foreman at the Munn & Perkins Plant in 1999. B J retired from the Operating Engineers in 2013 and is currently working as the Assistant Plant Manager for all the George Reed Plants. Thank you B J Kelley for all your many years of dedicated service!

17 Oct

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River Oaks moving right along

October 17, 2014 | By | No Comments

River Oaks: This project is a subdivision by Elliott Homes at the intersection of Marichal Way at Kilebrew in Galt CA. George Reed crews work late into the day to lay the curb and gutter. The project is slated to finish in December of 2015.

13 Oct

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GRI Patch Demo

October 13, 2014 | By | One Comment

Recently the Production, Quality Control and Sales Staffs or George Reed Inc joined forces for a new product presentation. They introduced the new GRI Patch material in a demonstration that was attended by several local Agencies. The new material is a high performance cold mix material. It is made with a special oil binder that allows the material to be used in inclement weather. It performs at a higher standard than a conventional cold mix (cutback) and lasts much longer. For additional information regarding the GRI Patch, please contact Delwyn Falk at 209-747-0690.

07 Oct

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Congratulations Frank!

October 7, 2014 | By | No Comments

We would like to congratulate Frank Rocha for 15 years of service. Frank came to George Reed in 1999 as the Foreman for the Table Mountain Quarry. Frank says that he has witnessed lots of growth at George Reed and has been involved with Plant Expansion projects. Thank you Frank for all your years of service.

18 Sep

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Reed now accredited for “Super Pave”

September 18, 2014 | By | No Comments

George Reed Inc. is now AASHTO and Caltrans accredited for Super Pave

George Reed currently holds accreditations in AASHTO and Caltrans for testing. Congratulations to the technical staff of George Reed, and thank you for all the hard work you guys put into making this happen. Now let’s go test some Hot Mix!

12 Sep

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New Specialty Product Available!

September 12, 2014 | By | No Comments

George Reed Inc is happy to announce that they have the ability to produce colored asphalt. The Arnold Rim Trail Cedar Center Bikeway, located in Calaveras County was paved yesterday by Peterson Excavation of Tuolumne. The project was the product of a Federal Grant. The coloring process is a coloring product that is added to the asphalt. ColorChem Systems was the supplier of the coloring. The color that was used yesterday was a Sienna Coloring. This new product is available at all George Reed hot plant locations. If you are interested in the product, please contact your sales representative for pricing and availability.

05 Sep

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GR’s Accounting Team has a Blast!!!

September 5, 2014 | By | No Comments

The accounting staff for George Reed (Basic Resources) recently took a field trip to the Jackson Valley Quarry in Ione. They were given a tour to help let them get a behind the scenes look at the workings of the quarry. They were given a tour of the plant along with an explanation of the production process. At the end of the tour they were able to see an actual blast. The accounting staff enjoyed the tour and all felt that it was helpful with their own job responsibilities.

02 Sep

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George Reed partners with FHWA to demonstrate ‘safety edge’ on pavements

September 2, 2014 | By | No Comments

CalAPA member George Reed Inc. partnered with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and local agencies to conduct a demonstration last week of a “safety edge” pavement treatment.

The Aug. 28 paving demonstration near Sonora in Tuolumne County was attended by more than 30 industry and agency personnel who wanted to get an up-close look at the paving equipment and technique that creates a 30-degree angled edge to pavement shoulders.

The FHWA, as part of its “Every Day Counts” safety and efficiency

Observers watch a ‘safety edge’ demonstration last week in Tuolumne County.
efforts, are promoting the implementation of the sloped pavement edge at shoulders of rural roads as a safety measure. The agency says the edge can be less jarring for motorists who drift off the road and over-correct, veering into oncoming traffic or off the road.

While no exact figures exist, Ken Kochevar of the FHWA said that perhaps 300 such fatal accidents per year in California are as a result of vehicles leaving the roadway due to abrupt pavement shoulder changes, which are sometimes caused when shoulder backing is eroded.

Last week’s paving demonstration took place on a local road in Tuolume County, and local, state and federal agency personnel participated. For the paving demonstration, the George Reed paving crew had two different attachments bolted on to the paving machine.

For more information on safety edge, click HERE.

29 Aug

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Joe Ramos retires after 21 years

August 29, 2014 | By | No Comments

Joe Ramos retired from 21 years of service with George Reed Inc.

Joe came to work for George Reed in 1993. Joe has been the weighmaster at the Clements Plant since he began. “I have witnessed many changes in my time at George Reed. Computers were still a new thing and we were in the old scalehouse.”

Thank you for your many years of service, Joe. We will miss you and we wish you much happiness in your retirement.

28 Aug

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Foreman Brian James to the rescue!

August 28, 2014 | By | No Comments

Open letter to George Reed Inc:

This week as I was stuck at the Exit of Twain Harte, Ca.  The wait to proceed was over 20 minutes.  I turned off my car, and waited even longer. My car would not turn over again, and I had to back it up with no power steering 🙁 I got it partially  off the road into someone\’s driveway and feared that I would be hit by oncoming traffic.  I was ready to call AAA when along came this big white truck and a man jumped out.  Being a Senior Citizen at first I was frightened. It was your Foreman Brian James with a big smile on his face asking if I needed help.  Boy did I ever :).  Brian pulled his battery cables out of his truck and had me on my way in what seemed like seconds.  he then advised me to get to a Gas Station or repair shop. Which I did.  I asked Brian for a business card and I have emailed all of my friends in the area your email address as we are short of contractors up here with good work ethics. All I can say is what a wonderful man he was to assist me.

I can’t thank him enough, especially due to the fact that cars where going by at a fast rate to due to the repaving of 108.  I thank your company for having such a compassionate employee, who would stop to help a Senior in distress. Everybody on my email list has received your companies name and email for future contractors information.  I also posted it on Facebook to let people know there are still good  samaritans out there!

Sincerely,  Ardee J. Mucha

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