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TOMP Public Services Department Operations Center

Construction is underway at the Public Services Department Operations Center for the Town of Mount Pleasant, SC, which includes modern facilities to accommodate a larger fleet maintenance building, yard debris transfer facility and office space for town employees. The first of six underground detention systems was recently installed by Celek & Celek Construction Inc. (132...
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Platinum Safety Team

In the 3rd quarter of 2022, CP&P added a new Audit process to our safety program, and thus the Platinum Safety Team was born. Our goal was, once a quarter, to visit a plant and identify some best practices and safety improvements. And I am happy to say we have met that goal. The final...
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Triple 8’ x 8’ Box Culvert VDOT D06 (0081-M02-001) Washington County, VA

CP&P’s Salem Facility recently supplied 290 Linear Feet of triple 8’ x 8’ precast box culvert to Philips Construction for installation on the VDOT D06 (0081-M02-001) project in Washington County, VA. This run of box culvert was unique in that it combined the use of a single cell 8×8 precast box culvert with a double...
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Jessup Celebrates Two Years without a Recordable Injury

On Friday September 16th the Jessup plant closed up shop early and made good on a promise to celebrate the milestone achievement of two years without a recordable injury. The Jessup team celebrated at a nearby dine and play entertainment venue called “Main Event”. Accompanied by Senior Management and our sales team, we gathered for...
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All In For Safety

The Platinum Safety Team has completed its first official plant review and that plant was at Dunn Precast. Everyone at Dunn was proactive, very open to questions and responsive to safety suggestion or corrections. We could not have asked for a better place to start! It was a very good two days with a lot...
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CP&P Kicks off “Precast Days 2022” with Ashland Events

CP&P “Kicked off” Precast Days with two back to back events. Friday September 23, the Ashland Precast facility hosted a “Partner Appreciation Day” that had over 65 attendees. Everyone had the opportunity to tour the Ashland plants, including the area’s only PERFECT automated manhole facility. A BBQ lunch was served and several partners donated numerous...
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WestRock Outfall Pipe Replacement & Shipping Trailer Lot

J.S.G. Corporation recently completed The Outfall Pipe Replacement and Shipping Trailer Lot project for WestRock in King William County, VA. The drainage on the project consisted of new 42 inch diameter reinforced concrete (RCP) outfall pipe and structures as well as approximately 600 linear feet of new 42 inch diameter pipe to serve as storm...
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Rincon Pipe Plant to Be Up and Running Soon

The Rincon Plant has been undergoing maintenance to replace electrical wiring, lights and to update equipment. Vendors such as JMS Electric, ACT Batch Controls, Hawkeye and others have been working hard to get the plant back up and running. Rincon’s Hawkeye VUP will be producing concrete pipe after a mid-June installation of the new control...
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CP&P Welcomes New Plant Managers to Team

Josh Reno – Plant Manager – Chesapeake, VA In May, Josh Reno joined the Chesapeake Pipe team as plant manager. Josh joined CP&P from the milling industry, most recently managing a plant in Franklin, VA. Prior to moving to Virginia, he managed a feed additive plant in Mississippi and also spent time as an HSE...
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Magnolia Project - Dorchester County, South Carolina.

J.H. Hiers recently installed twenty sections of precast 10×8 single cell precast box culvert to form a quad run for Magnolia Project (formerly know as Summer’s Lake PH 1) in Dorchester County, South Carolina. The twenty box culvert sections (produced in Summerville and each weighing over 32,000 pounds) were delivered and installed in under 24...
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