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  • Five Lehigh Hanson Cement Plants Earn EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification

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    Lehigh Hanson, Inc. is pleased to announce that five of its cement plants have earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) prestigious ENERGY STAR certification for 2017. The company’s cement manufacturing plants in Leeds, Ala., Union Bridge, Md., Buda, Texas, Redding, Calif. and Waco, Texas, all perform within the top 25 percent of cement plants nationwide for energy efficiency and meet strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. This is the fourth consecutive year the Union Bridge plant has received ENERGY STAR certification and the third consecutive year for the Leeds plant.


  • Hanson Hosts Lithonia Chamber of Commerce

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    Hanson Aggregates‘ Lithonia (Georgia) Quarry hosted the Greater Lithonia Chamber of Commerce’s final Coffee Connections of 2017 and offered business owners and stakeholders a bus tour of the operation, On Common Ground News reports. Quarry Office Manager Chris Edwards led the tour through the entire operation, including the pit at the bottom of Pine Mountain where the rock is excavated.


  • Lehigh Hanson’s Kent Pilip Recognized As One of 50 Rising Stars in IT

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    Lehigh Hanson, Inc. is pleased to announce that Kent Pilip has been recognized by IDG's CIO and the CIO Executive Council as a 2018 CIO Ones to Watch honoree. The award identifies rising stars in IT -- the senior staff destined to become the CIOs of the future. The honorees were selected by CIOs of today's leading organizations and will be recognized publicly at the AGENDA18 conference, March 19-21, 2018, in Miami, Florida. ​


  • Lehigh Hanson's Princeton Quarry Donates $65K to Habitat for Humanity

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    Lehigh Hanson's Princeton Quarry recently donated $65,000 to cover the costs of Habitat for Humanity of Johnston County's next home building project in Princeton for a needy family. Employees at the Princeton Quarry and the area office have already volunteered countless hours on two previous Habitat for Humanity projects in the county.