C.T. Brayton & Sons sponsored team Stepping Up at Escalon’s Relay for Life 2017 this past weekend, May 20-21. The 24-hour long fundraising event invites community members to walk around a track for the American Cancer Society, with money raised supporting cancer patients, prevention, and research.Three of our employees were there all day and all night, from 8:30 AM on Saturday for the Opening Ceremony through 9:00AM on Sunday for the Final Lap. Team Stepping Up, which included CTB employees, friends, and family, walked 1,000 miles over this 24 hour period. Highlights included the Luminaria Ceremony, sharing our Flag-Day themed booth with everyone, and winning “Best New Team.” The event brought in over $35,000. Thank you to all who came out and supported our team and the event!Details
MODESTO – C.T. Brayton & Sons, Inc. was a Silver-level sponsor for this year’s Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held at the Del Rio Country Club. This past Monday, three of our employees enjoyed the golf tournament, with the dinner and live auction to follow.Details
RIPON – Since the beginning of the year, Ripon Unified and other school districts from throughout the state have been handling the lease-leaseback policy under a newly adopted board policy. This includes a solicitation process for competitive bids along with criteria determining the “best value” per school district. All this came about from a bill that…Details
RIPON – CT Brayton & Sons, Inc. is expected to receive approval from the Ripon Unified school board on handling the preconstruction and lease-lease back services on the Colony Oak Elementary School reconstruction project at tonight’s meeting. The district has already issued a Request for Proposals – under law (AB 2316), RUSD met with five firms,…Details
GUSTINE – Gustine High School christened its newly-renovated locker room complex with a ribbon-cutting and tours last Wednesday afternoon.
The project, which carried a $2.7 million construction cost, involved taking the school’s dilapidated locker rooms down to a shell and rebuilding the facility with state-of-the-art amenities.
“What we have now is cutting-edge as far as infrastructure and facilities,” said Principal John Petrone. “For all intents and purposes, it is a brand new building.”
The project also involved renovation of the public restrooms serving the GHS gym.
The new facilities are a world removed from the old locker rooms.
“It was embarrassing to have officials and opposing players and coaches coming into our locker room. It was abysmal,” Petrone commented. “(This) is a breath of fresh air.”Details
RIPON – C.T. Brayton & Sons, Inc. was recently awarded the Wine Group Expansion project located in Ripon, CA. C.T. Brayton & Sons completed the existing facility in 2002. This expansion totals 510,000 square feet of concrete tilt-up construction, including 376,000 square feet of warehouse storage, 128,000 square feet of cold storage, and 6,000 square…Details