Monthly Archives: November 2017

Tucker Paving all aboard the Toys for Tots train; program has an interesting tale

TUCKER PAVING is all aboard the Toys for Toys train this year. Team members are working hard to help a greater number of the area’s more needy children have a bright and happy Christmas. Continue reading Tucker Paving all aboard the Toys for Tots train; program has an interesting tale

We’re counting blessings in an extra-special week for Tucker Paving

“Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.” — Aesop

“Cultivate the habit of being grateful.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

THIS ARTICLE is a special milestone — No. 100 in the continuing series of articles on the Tucker Paving website blog. We didn’t exactly plan it this way, but the article comes during an extra-special week for the nation and for this company.

It’s the week of Thanksgiving, of course, but it’s also anniversary week for Tucker Paving. The company was founded — incorporated — on Monday, Nov. 21, 1994. Continue reading We’re counting blessings in an extra-special week for Tucker Paving

Tucker Paving team member earns Biketoberfest honor for custom cruiser

ONE OF OUR VERY OWN, Tucker Paving team member and motorcycling enthusiast Ricky Mas, is a big award winner.

During the 2017 Daytona Beach Biketoberfest in October, Ricky won American Bagger magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award for his custom 2012 Harley-Davidson Road Glide cruiser motorcycle. You can see photos of Ricky’s awesome motorcycle here. Continue reading Tucker Paving team member earns Biketoberfest honor for custom cruiser

The point is: Safety doesn’t happen by accident

THE HEADLINE READS “ ‘Safety Culture’ Key to Business Success.” It’s a headline that tops an exclusive March 2017 risk-management article for the website version of The American Oil & Gas Reporter magazine (www.aogr.com).

The article reports that “a rise in the frequency of lost time injuries occurs in the (oil and gas) industry about two years after a drop in oil prices.” The article’s bottom line is a not-so-veiled recommendation that oil and gas company executives not put their employees’ safety at risk when they cut costs to adjust to lean economic times and pressures to maintain healthy profit margins. Continue reading The point is: Safety doesn’t happen by accident