core values


Ensuring a safe working environment for employees, customers, and the general public.


Providing the highest-quality concrete products and services to meet customer needs.


Adhering to ethical business practices and upholding the highest standards of honesty and transparency.


Embracing new technologies and processes to provide better products and services.

mission statement

Our mission is to provide our customers with quality products and solutions to sustainably improve their projects and communities we serve. As an independent leader in the ready mix and aggregate based materials industry we are committed in building long term relationships through our value of our products.

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Equipment Operator

Job Title: Loader
Reports To: General Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt


Operate heavy equipment. There will be some repair of equipment with daily maintenance and some maintenance department help.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The basic responsibilities of the Equipment Operator includes, but not limited to the following.

  • Operate front-end loader for yard cleanup, loading vehicles, the plant and load dump truck with aggregate material.
  • Repair equipment when necessary.
  • Perform regular preventive maintenance such as oiling, greasing, and changing filters.
  • Perform general cleanup of equipment and yard, such as shoveling and sweeping.
  • Comply with all safety procedures, promotion of company safety program.
  • Operate forklift in warehouse or garage.
  • Complete all paperwork required by employer. Examples: Daily inspection report, fuel usage, daily production report.
  • Compliance and support of company environmental policies and company spill response plans.

Qualifications: To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent GED required.
  • Technical knowledge and skills equivalent to a two year vocational technical degree.
  • Welding, Electrical and mechanical experience in an industrial environment.


  • Apply common sense to carry out instructions, to deal with problems, to find source of the problem and correct the situation in a fairly short amount of time.
  • Operate a front-end loader, forklift and skidster.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience in maintenance of heavy equipment and other miscellaneous equipment.

Language Skills:

  • Read, write and understand English/Spanish

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by and employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Degree of physical strength necessary: This is moderately strenuous work. Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and / or up to 50 pounds frequently. Must lift and carry from floor level to waist level; also push/pull objects with similar force.
  • Physical demands: Reaching, handling, fingering, and/or feeling.
    • Reaching – extending the hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
    • Handling – seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with hand or hands (fingering not involved).
    • Fingering – picking, pinching, or otherwise working with fingers primarily (rather than with whole hand or arm as in handling).
    • Feeling – perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature, or texture by means of receptors in skin, particularly those of finger tips. Occasional kneeling, squatting and bending. Climbing into loader as well as excessive clutch action.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential job functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • There is significant noise, vibration and heat which is intermittent, but may cause hearing loss and bodily harm. This is from a jackhammer and other equipment.
  • There is also significant dust and dirt in the environment.
  • There are many conditions and situations which there is a danger to bodily injury, such as heights, moving mechanical parts, electrical shock, and other hazards. This is caused by the equipment, tools, and machines.
  • This position is mostly outdoors and varies dramatically with weather conditions.
  • Environment can be stressful due to phones, radios, yard congestion, yard traffic.
Ready Mix Driver

The following is a list of duties all ready mix drivers have to perform on the job. 

Physical duties that need to be performed on or around a ready mix truck are: 

  • Sitting (driving), standing and walking.
  • Climbing in and out of the cab (about 4 times per load).
  • Lifting body weight (entering and exiting truck), climbing ladders, operate machinery, lift & secure 50-60 lb. cute (repeatedly, daily and overhead)
  • Climb: 2 steps into cab (4 times per load) and another 4 steps to the crow’s nest – top of truck (2 times per load).   
  • Walk around: job site, truck or company grounds.
  • Driving consists of duties such as: turning, braking, blowing the horn, turning lights on and the trucks are automatic. 

**The amount of loads per day will depend on the number of customer orders.

  • A busy summer day there will be about 4-6 loads.
  • A busy winter day there will be about 2-4 loads.

**Each load can take from 30 minutes to about 3 hours (depending on the job and customer).

On the average, one load of concrete will consist of the following duties.

 The list is designed to show physical duties.

  1. Climb into the truck and drive under the plant to get loaded. While being loaded the driver may need water, the water hose needs to be placed into the water tank (2 inch diameter hose and tank is located behind the cab-about 5ft high).  Also, the driver will need a ticket if he/she did not take it before getting into the truck (walk into the office).
  2. After being loaded, back the truck out and drive to the designated area. Get out of the cab and climb to the crow’s nest and wash the excess material off the drum with the garden hose.  Climb down from the crow’s nest and get into the cab and drive to the site.
  3. When arriving at the site, drive up to where the concrete is needed. Get out of the cab and hook the chute(s) on and get back into the truck.  Pour the concrete by using the controls in the truck (moving levers left, right, forward, and backwards).
  4. When finished with pouring the concrete, drive off to the side to wash the barrel out and the chute(s) off. To due this get out of the cab, climb up to the crow’s nest and spray the barrel down with the garden hose.  Climb down off the truck and spray the chute(s) off.  Unhook the chute(s) and place back onto the truck.  The driver returns to the plant and waits for the next command.
  5. Operate the technical aspects of a mixer truck, operate radios & communication equipment

I understand the description of this job, the essential functions that are described, and that some of this information could vary slightly from location to location. I also understand that all of the job duties are not described above and that I will perform those duties listed as well as any other related duties as directed by my supervisor or any other member of management.


To understand and observe all policies and procedures including but not limited to the Employee Handbook, Training Manual, SAFE Policy, Safety Manual and Drug Free Work Place Manual.

• Customer Relations

1. Fully understand and follow the company’s philosophy as it pertains to customers
2. Schedule work loads with Plant Manager to ensure timely deliveries
3. Discretion, as position requires the handling of confidential information
4. Advise Plant Manager of all customer and employee concerns and complaints

• Plant Operation

1. Batch and load at the appropriate time to arrive on the jobsite as scheduled
2. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must
3. Complete all paperwork in its entirety and forward as applicable
4. Plant specific operations list is attached

• Personnel Supervision

1. Monitor job performance and productivity
2. Ensure that all employees are following company’s policies and procedures
3. Ensure that all employees are using all necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are working safely
4. Prepare employee performance appraisals ( accurate, detailed and unbiased appraisals are expected)
5. Assist Plant Manager with accident investigation and reports as necessary
6. Represent the company in a professional manner at all times
7. Foster a team building environment

• Maintenance of Plant/Yard General Housekeeping

1. Oversee or complete all maintenance needed for the safe and efficient operation of the assigned plant including Plant/Yard inspections and maintenance (as per the Plant Maintenance Schedule)
2. Assist Plant Manager to ensure that company mixers at assigned plant are clean inside and out

• Inventory

1. Maintain inventory to meet production demands and customer needs
2. Timely and and accurate month end inventory reports and other month end paperwork as assigned


• EDUCATION: High School Education or Equivalent

1. Previous experience in all aspects of batching, maintenance on conveyors, heavy equipment, machinery and plants


1. Mass Hoisting License Required
2. Valid DOT Medical Card


1. Must be able to lift/maneuver a minimum of 50 pounds as required throughout the workday
2. Must be able to maneuver in and out of loader to operate as needed
3. Ability to inspect all areas on loader and plant
4. Ability to climb ladder to check inventories and or to perform plant maintenance if necessary
5. Perform multiple tasks under stressful situations over long periods of time while maintaining proper composure
6. Must be able to work long and flexible hours as necessary


Part of a Plant/Loader Operator’s job duties will be “other” tasks/duties as assigned or as necessary.

work with us

We do training and the pay rate is based on experience from $13 and up.

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