Put the SanD Back in San Diego Presentation

Project Cornerstone is dedicated to educating the public about the importance of local construction aggregates.  In order to further its mission, the presentation titled “Put the SanD Back in San Diego,” initially produced and disseminated by EnviroMINE, Inc., a Project Cornerstone member, was revised from its original form to reflect the organization's goals and objectives.

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Project Cornerstone Meets with California Regional Environmental Education Community

On Wednesday, May 21, 2014, Project Cornerstone representatives, Crystal Howard, Executive Director, and Alyssa Burley, Director of Marketing and Community Outreach, met with Crystal Howe, a science teacher at Garfield High School and District 9a (San Diego and Imperial Counties) representative with the California Regional Environmental Education Community (CREEC), to discuss Project Cornerstone’s goals and how to best connect with teachers in San Diego County. 

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Second Quarter Project Cornerstone Meeting Summary

Project Cornerstone held its quarterly meeting at the Kings Inn on May 23rd, 2014.  Speakers included an Assemblywoman, a representative from Habitat for Humanity and Project Cornerstone members.  Industry topics that were discussed included SB1270, Project Cornerstone’s progress and the  City of San Diego's proposed infrastructure budget and future efforts for funding.

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San Diego Construction Aggregate Producers Partner With Habitat for Humanity for Escondido Housing Project

Local construction aggregate producers, Robertson’s Ready Mix and Superior Ready Mix Concrete, L.P., contributed concrete to a San Diego Habitat for Humanity® project located on North Elm Street in Escondido.  The pour was made on May 21st in preparation for the Home Builder Blitz scheduled to take place from June 2nd-6th, 2014.

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Project Cornerstone Forms to Educate Community about the Importance of Construction Aggregates Industry

A group of local San Diego construction aggregate producers decided to form Project Cornerstone, Inc., a grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about the importance of local construction aggregates (i.e., sand, gravel and crushed stone), at a meeting where they gathered to learn about the history of the Surface Mining and Reclamation Act of 1975 (SMARA), at the King’s Inn on March 25, 2014.

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