IT’S ALWAYS NICE nice for various Tucker Paving employees to get out in the community and engage in activities — usually fun ones — that benefit worthy institutions and organizations. One such activity — yes, it was a fun one — was a sporting clays “shootout” on Sept. 22, at Catfish Creek Sporting Clays off Firetower Road in Haines City. One such worthy beneficiary organization — one near and dear to our construction hearts here at Tucker Paving — was the ACE Mentor Program of Polk County. ACE is short for Architecture • Construction • Engineering. Continue reading Tucker Paving pleased to support ACE Mentor Program of Polk County
IF YOU’RE READING THIS, we know that you survived Hurricane Irma. How about your pre-storm disaster/emergency plan? Did it survive? Continue reading Did your disaster plan survive the storm called Irma?
SOME WORDS DON’T NEED embellishment. They include the comments of Patrick Braisted, our very own Tucker Paving executive vice president, about the highly commendable post-hurricane deeds of many company employees. Continue reading Company team members show true kindness, generosity after the storm
AS A BUSINESS OWNER/MANAGER, head of household, or adult on your own in Central Florida, how confident are you about your preparations for an emergency — such as the one we all very well might face with the powerful hurricane called Irma? Continue reading If you have ‘holes’ in your storm emergency plan, there’s still time to fill them