AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

A TxDOT official who oversees one of our projects in Parker County sent an e-mail commending our traffic control. In part, the message read….

This is who we strive to be and when the actions are acknowledged and commended by not only an authoritative figure, but by those that are responsible for the safety of the traveling public and the prosecution of the work, we are proud of our employees who do their best to uphold our reputation. Well done, to a long time foreman of OTC, Greg!

Below is an article from Texas Aggie Magazine.

Below is a letter of appreciation showing the satisfaction from the Office of the City Manager on a job well done in Addison.

Below is an email of appreciation showing the satisfaction from TxDOT on a job well done in Leon.

Below is an email of appreciation showing the satisfaction from TxDOT on a job well done in Midland.

Below is a letter of appreciation showing the satisfaction from TxDOT on a job well done in Lubbock.

Superintendent Greg Tucker and our company were recognized by TxDOT for the completion of a project that included the total rehabilitation and reconstruction of SH 180 through downtown Breckenridge. The recognition highlighted the cooperation between Greg and our crews and the businesses that were inconvenienced while the four phases of the reconstruction was completed. We were also recognized by the Federal Highway Administration for the Historic Preservation of the bricks that were removed, cleaned and reset on the entire section of paving on this project.

Oscar Trevino served as the President of the Texas Chapter of the American Concrete Paving Association which has evolved into the Texas Concrete Paving Association. Pat Pace, Vice President of Operations, presently sits on the Board of Directors as the Secretary/Treasurer of the American Concrete Paving Association.

Superintendent Jesse Prouty and our company were recognized by TxDOT for the exemplary partnering that was accomplished with TxDOT on this project that entailed the construction of a Sound Wall that was along the backyards of residents along SH 78 in Garland. The project included taking down individual fences along SH 78 and tying to a sound wall that we were installing. TxDOT and Jesse together met with each individual property owner and explained what was being done and addressed each concern raised. We were able to share a field office and had a great relationship as we completed a difficult project that had more to do with individual property owners than the traveling public.

Received both the Texas Quality Initiative Award and the National Quality Initiative Award for a concrete paving project in Laredo, Texas. We were nominated for the award by the Texas Department of Transportation District Engineer for delivering the project ahead of schedule with exemplary quality and minimum inconvenience to the traveling public and local businesses in an extremely congested area of the busy border town.

In 1995, Oscar Trevino was named Texas “Small Business Person of the Year” by the U.S. Small Business Adminstration.

Recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy for our contribution during the termination of the Superconducting Super Collider project

We were recognized as the Disadvantaged Business (DBE) of the Year by the Texas Engineering Extension Service for our involvement in the DBE program and for the work we did in helping promote the program with other DBEs.