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Michigan State U glass building
  • Michigan State University's new Bio Engineering Facility is a four-story, 130,000-square-foot research laboratory building on the campus in East Lansing. A palette of gray, white and black in glass and metal distinguishes the facility from both the traditional red brick of the campus standard and beige of the cast concrete of the more recent structures. 
  • Project players included Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope; curtain wall and entrance systems manufacturer and insulating glass units fabricator.
  • The high-performance curtain wall manages solar heat gain and condensation with its insulated and low-emissivity coated glass. Complementing the curtainwall, a ribbon of tri-colored composite metal panels further defines the main entrances.

Oldcastle Precast - San Antonio - 4 Years without a Recordable Injury!
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  • On February 2, 2017, Oldcastle Precast San Antonio, Texas achieved four years without an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injury.  
  • All plant employees, including President of the Central Group Jason Jackson and South Texas Regional General Manager Cory Crawford, gathered for a well-deserved celebration. Employees enjoyed a special catered luncheon. 
  • As part of the celebration, the employees were encouraged to design a logo that best represented their safety accomplishment. 
"I could not be prouder of this team. For us here, every day is another opportunity to improve safety. We are never satisfied with just meeting the standard, we like to exceed standards. Our team understands that the best reward we get is for everyone to go home safe every single day." - Site Manager Orlando Rodriguez 
  • The company's internship started with two students in the summer of 2001. The program gradually grew each year, attracting more students. Today, anywhere from 15 to 20 students intern with Tilcon New York each summer in various departments.
  • Tilcon New York's internship program starts with one week of training. Once training ends, all interns report to their manager who will mentor the student for the duration of the program. 
  • For the past three years, Tilcon has recruited students from a variety of backgrounds, including civil engineering, mine engineering, mechanical engineering, construction engineering, accounting, finance, human resources, geology and business. The company also looks to nearby community colleges and vocational schools to recruit welding and heavy equipment mechanics.
  • "We need younger, bright people to get into this industry. The industry is not going away so job security is sound. And that should be the main attraction of this type of program for a student coming out of a college or trade school."
Oldcastle Stormwater Solutions new underground detention system 
  • Georgia's Engineering magazine highlighted Oldcastle Precast Georgia Region and Oldcastle Stormwater Solutions new underground detention system project at the new Atlanta Braves Stadium "SunTrust Park," in an article in their January-February issue.
  • The project contained two site deployments. Placement of 78 modules with 6 foot tops and 5 foot bottoms were required at the East Deck Upper site, and placement of 65 modules with a 12 foot inside height at the East Deck Lower site. Installation of both sites was completed within five days each. 
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