Through the worst of the destruction cause b Hurricane Harvey, Gulf Coast employees didn’t hesitate to step up and lend a hand to help others in need. Our employees helped save lives alongside the National Guard, volunteered at emergency shelters, opened up their homes, cooked for the neighbors, donated to help friends, colleagues, and neighbors, and we couldn’t be more proud.
The process of recovery and rebuilding will be a long one, but as our Gulf Coast family has proven, we will continue to support each other and our communities in times f need.
Gulf Coast employees gave back to their communities during the holiday season.
Sales Rep Watson Potter and his sons participated in the nation-wide effort to honor our veterans in the Wreaths Across America’s wreath-laying ceremony at Houston Veterans Administration Cemetery.
RECOGNIZING EXTRAORDINARY SERVICE
The Beaumont crew went right to work a TXDOT project to repair a collapsed bridge, allowing emergency crews to get back to transporting much-needed supplies.
Foreman Juvenal Torres helped evacuate more then twenty people, including one elderly woman who credits Juvenal with saving her life. Juvenal also provided food for these individuals for several days after the storm-out of his own pocket.
Josh Houston and Paul Chimenti helped evacuate a flooded neighborhood, aided in feeding those who were discarded, and then participated in post-flood cleanup.
David Richard and family made and distributed thirty dozen tamales to flood victims.
the Jasper crew distributed food at their local Salvation Army.
As part of the Oldcastle Materials family, we share the belief that helping to build a community takes more than concrete. Our employees are among many who com to the aid of people in times of need, and we are proud to be in the mix.
Notice of Name Change:
APAC – Trotti & Thomson is now known as Gulf Coast. If you are an APAC client in the Gulf Coast region, you are in the right place.