Company News

Seminars on “Green” Construction Methods

Tim McConnell, our pavement and soils specialist, has been making the rounds to our various divisions holding seminars on the processes of full depth reclamation (FDR) and soil stabilization.  Local engineers, along with our current and former clients, attended the seminars in hopes of gaining a greater understanding of these environmentally friendly practices.  Information was handed out at the presentations...

North Carolina Kick-Off Party – Durham, NC

Our Durham division recently held a Kick-Off Party at its shop to recognize the accomplishments from the 2011 season and set the tone for the current 2012 season.  Mark Rogers, Ruston Paving’s NC regional manager, along with Dennis Lougee, general superintendent of our Durham division, hosted the event. One highlight was the recognition of all our employees who worked...

Grader Training – Jamesville, NY

Ruston Paving held some in-house training for grading operators in our New York divisions.  The training, which was held at Hanson Aggregates’ Jamesville quarry, was moderated by John Benedict, our director of grading operations.  The training focused on the safe and proper operation of the motor grader for achieving desired grades on a project site.  Our newer operators did a great...

St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Syracuse, NY

Once again, Ruston Paving had a proud showing in Syracuse’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.  Syracuse boasts the largest Saint Patrick’s Day celebration per-capita in the United States, typically drawing an estimated crowd of more than 100,000 visitors.  This year’s parade actually fell on March 17th and it was a gorgeous day in Upstate New York.  Snow is...

Green Building News Article

Green Building News recently wrote an article about Ruston Paving that touts the benefits of asphalt recycling and full depth reclamation.  Green Building News started in 2006 to meet the growing need for energy efficiency and sustainable building information targeting commercial and industrial facilities and provides product news and business information for a number of different markets.  This...

Article Features Ruston Paving and FDR

An article highlighting the Woodcliff Office Park project in Fairport, NY was recently published on ForConstructionPros.com that features Ruston Paving and the process of FDR (full depth reclamation).  To read the entire article, click HERE.

Ruston Paving Wins Green Award

Ruston Paving is honored to have received the Triangle Business Journal’s 2011 Green Award for the Green Marketing Program of the Year.  The Green Awards serve to recognize those in the Triangle region of North Carolina who have successfully incorporated environmentally sustainable practices into their businesses and in their communities. Our promotion of the green construction processes of...

Ruston Paving’s Involvement in Construction Career Day

A tip of the cap to Don Barry, Ruston Paving’s Director of Business Development, on being named the treasurer for the Syracuse Area Construction Career Day committee.  Construction Career Day events are workforce development tools that introduce high school students to the transportation construction industry and support the pipeline that will provide the professionals of...

Earthquake Felt Throughout Ruston Paving

According to the US Geological Survey, an earthquake that registered a magnitude of 5.9 originated just south of our Manassas, Virginia office earlier today.  Rachel Sanclemente, our administrative assistant in Manassas, initially thought our mechanics were working on a vibratory roller; however, when she looked out the window and saw a nearby bus shaking, she knew...

Fresh New Look!

Ruston Paving’s website got a facelift!  While you’re checking it out, be sure to look through our new Recycling section.