TRACY, Calif. (February 27, 2017)

Oldcastle Enclosures Reaches 4 Years with Zero Recordable Injuries

Oldcastle Enclosures Reaches 4 Years with Zero Recordable Injuries

No Oldcastle Enclosures ‐ Tracy employee has missed time, been restricted, or transferred because of injury since January 7, 2013.

2016 was a perfect year for employee safety for Oldcastle Enclosures‐Tracy, Calif. which manufactures plastic, polymer, and concrete enclosure and steel products serving the municipal water, irrigation, electric, telecom, cable, and transportation markets. The company’s employees worked approximately 295,000 hours without any Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injuries.

Oldcastle Enclosures’s strong safety performance began well before last year. There hasn’t been an OSHA‐recordable incident since January 2013. The employees have accomplished an impressive safety milestone.

Plant Production Manager Jennifer Perez stated, “Maintaining the highest standards of safety for our employees, as well as our customers and communities, is our top priority at Oldcastle Enclosures. It’s essential in potentially hazardous work environments comparable to ours, and every employee is dedicated to putting safety first.”

In appreciation of their commitment and to recognize this accomplishment, on January 27, 2017 employees enjoyed a catered luncheon from Famous Dave’s BBQ and received gift bags.

“Our entire team worked very hard to be injury free, while keeping costs down and staying productive.  Being injury free for 4 years doesn’t happen by luck, it happens because our employees consciously decide daily to do the right thing.  I am extremely proud of the entire team and beyond excited about this great accomplishment.  Consequently, I look forward to 2017 and the great achievements our team will accomplish,” said Jennifer Perez.

Furthermore, President of Oldcastle Enclosures, George Heusel commented, “The cohesion and sense of shared purpose across the Tracy team is palpable, and it’s what underpins their drive to get better every day.  I’m not surprised that they continue to deliver excellent results, not only in safety performance as exemplified by their injury‐free streak, but in everything they do.”

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Oldcastle Infrastructure is the clear choice for building products and services for North American Infrastructure projects. We are a leading provider of engineered product solutions nationwide to a number of market sectors including: Water, Communications, Energy, and Transportation.

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas (February 22, 2017)

Oldcastle Infrastructure – San Antonio, Texas Goes 4 Years without a Recordable Injury

Oldcastle Infrastructure – San Antonio, Texas Goes 4 Years without a Recordable Injury

On February 2, 2017, Oldcastle Infrastructure San Antonio achieved four years without an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injury. This is a significant milestone for the plant and it demonstrates the plant’s outstanding commitment to safety excellence. This accomplishment is a reflection of an ongoing collaborative effort that not only is driven by the plant management, but also its employees.

On February 2nd, 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 luncheon, catered by Pappas Catering, a renowned Restaurant in San Antonio, that included the plant favorites, steak and chicken fajitas, bacon wrapped shrimp, charro beans, and rice.

As part of the celebration, the employees were encouraged to design a logo that best represented their safety accomplishment. The employee participation, as well as the creativity, was amazing.

During the gathering, Cory Crawford had the honor to announce the 2016 winner of the first Safety Logo Competition. The winner was Darrel Davis, Quality Control Manager.

Site Manager Orlando Rodriguez commented, “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.”

Oldcastle Infrastructure would like to congratulate the San Antonio facility for their outstanding safety performance. Achieving four years’ injury free shows their overall commitment towards working safely.

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EDGEWOOD, Md. (February 9, 2017)

OLDCASTLE PRECAST CHESAPEAKE REGION DONATES FILE CABINETS TO SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL IN NEED

OLDCASTLE PRECAST CHESAPEAKE REGION DONATES FILE CABINETS TO SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL IN NEED

S. Weir Mitchell Elementary School in Southwest Philadelphia recently accepted a donation of file cabinets from Oldcastle Infrastructure Edgewood, Maryland as part of their “Giving Back to the Community” campaign. The donation was delivered and facilitated by Oldcastle Infrastructure and students, and have been dispersed to teacher’s rooms that were in dire need.

Principal Stephanie Andrewlevich at Mitchell Elementary said, “the school seems to run on fumes and we feel very lucky to have community partners who give what they can. Thank you to all.”

As well, Andrewlevich hails her hardworking staff and resilient students for keeping the school moving, but knows the district’s continuing financial crisis touches everything.

“As the demands get more and more, we need the funds more and more,” the principal said. “They have to give us the opportunity to let these kids compete globally.”

Regional General Manager Douglas Bruhns commented, “We were very happy to provide the file cabinets to Mitchell Elementary. The teachers and staff were truly grateful and immediately starting filling their cabinets as they arrived.”

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ATLANTA, Ga. (February 6, 2017)

Oldcastle Infrastructure Leadership Gives Back to Veterans in Florida

Oldcastle Infrastructure Leadership Gives Back to Veterans in Florida

At a recent leadership forum in Orlando, senior leaders from Oldcastle Infrastructure mobilized to assemble wheelchairs and mountain bikes for veterans at the Orlando VA Medical Center.

Honored and extremely enthusiastic to partner with Soldier’s Angels and contribute to such a worthy cause in the Orlando area, the Oldcastle Infrastructure team gathered at the Orlando VA Medical Center with the goal of giving something back to our veterans and the community.

“Our teams built 30 wheelchairs and 13 mountain bikes for the veterans,” commented David Steevens, President of Oldcastle Infrastructure. “It was a fun team building event, and we assembled the wheelchairs and mountain bikes as a unified team for a great cause! We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the Soldier’s Angels efforts to make the lives of our heroes much better during their time at the Orlando VA Medical Center.”

“We were honored to participate in a community service event with Oldcastle Infrastructure,” said Amy Palmer, President and CEO of Soldiers’ Angels. “Oldcastle Infrastructure showed amazing energy and enthusiasm for supporting our Veteran Support Program. Thank you for sharing your spirit with our cause!”

The community service project reflects the company’s goals to improve quality of life for veterans and the community.

Soldiers’ Angels provides aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population. Thousands of Soldiers’ Angels “Angel” volunteers assist veterans, wounded, deployed personnel, and their families in a variety of unique and effective ways. “May No Soldier Go Unloved” encapsulates the motivation behind Soldiers’ Angels. The volunteers of Soldiers’ Angels work tirelessly supporting our nation’s veterans, wounded heroes, deployed service members and their families. To learn more about Soldiers’ Angels, visit their website at www.SoldiersAngels.org.

About Oldcastle Infrastructure
Oldcastle Infrastructure is the clear choice for building products and services for North American Infrastructure projects. We are a leading provider of engineered product solutions nationwide to a number of market sectors including: Water, Communications, Energy, and Transportation.

www.oldcastleprecast.com

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