In an industry that can have its share of mishaps, three San Joaquin County-based builders and one Stanislaus-county based builder were all honored with the Safety Training Evaluation Process Award. C.T. Brayton & Sons, Inc., of Escalon, Diede Construction, Inc., of Lodi, SJRRSS, Inc., of Stockton, and Menghetti Construction, Inc., of Modesto, were four of…Details
NEWMAN – The Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District’s maintenance team and contractors are currently working on a variety of projects at each school site in preparation for the 2017-18 school year. This year’s biggest project is located in the center of Hurd Barrington Elementary, where a wing housing a library, resource facilities and classrooms is…Details
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. “Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) is a safety benchmarking and improvement tool that dramatically improves safety performance among construction industry participants regardless of company size or type of work.”
C.T. Brayton & Sons received Silver Status in the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) today by meeting 20 Key Components of Safety. Overall, the group of Silver Status recipients are 150 percent safer than the industry’s average for safety.Details
C.T. Brayton & Sons awarded four Escalon High School graduates at the Class of 2017 Senior Awards Night held May 24, 2017 in the Performing Arts Center. Scholarships were awarded to Christian Rodriquez-Ochoa, Nahlia Yefet, Zachary Gardner, and Samuel Thomson based on their academics, athletics, and community involvement.
Congratulations to the scholarship awardees and the entire Class of 2017!Details
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