Holcim employees mark company’s centennial with service

By |  December 17, 2012

Employees at Holcim‘s Portland facility in Colorado are participating in a yearlong community service initiative to mark the 100th anniversary of the parent company.

Employees have participated in several community events throughout the year as part of the Together for Communities initiative. In March, for example, employees gathered at a park on two occasions to help install drainage systems, lay sod and plant 10 pine trees, along with other plants. Employees also landscaped a museum, where employees assisted in the construction of an outdoor storage shed and cleaned up the grounds.

“Our employees at the Portland facility have shown great dedication in their response to Together for Communities,” says Sergio Martinez-Hernandez, plant manager of the Holcim Portland plant. “They have planned projects that target education, the environment and the community.”

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