Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 17, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Friday, January 17, 1964
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4* Tile & Roofing Co. QUALITY SINCE 1925 Ceramic Tile, Roofing and Resilient Flooring Installed on the Tri-City Concrete Office & Engineering Building. 700 New York St. Phone 793-3234 10 - Friday, Jan. 17,1964 Redlands Daily Facts Keep 'em rolling—a big task for maintenance To keep its fleet of 110 vehicles in working order, T r i- Cify Concrete has its own complete maintenance department and a stock of parts and supplies larger than will be found in most automobile agencies. This is necessary because most of the vehicles are highly specialized and parts for them are not generally available nearer than major parts houses in Los Angeles. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads ' Since the 50 mixer trucks and 10 delivery dump trucks must be in use during all daylight hours, the mechanics will be found doing most of their work at night. The company has 109 employ­ es in the transportation department, including the mechanics, parts men and drivers. A new shop maintenance building is expected to be the next major improvement the com' pany will undertake at some fu ture time. To Tri-City Concrete Upon the Completion Of Another Step In Its Dynamic Expansion Program Tri - City officials Glenn Whitlock, Partner and Assistant General Manager, Leroy Hansberger, Partner and General Manager, R. F. McDonald, Transportation Superintendent, Bill Lundquist, Sales Manager, and George Bishop, Truck Supervisor, shown with two new International Diesel Transfer Trucks from Tri-City's fleet of 10. When It Comes To Choosing Trucks With An Eye to Delivering Rugged, Dependable Consfonf/y-On-fhe-Go-Service Naturally Looks To INTERNATIONAL For Its Fleet of 101 Trucks INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER There's An INTERNATIONAL TRUCK For Every Job — Large or Small WILSON EQUIPMENT CO. Hiway 99 at Hunt's Lane — Between Redlands and Colton — 796-0241 •sr.*? One of a fleet of 50 International TransitMix Trucks operated by Tri-Ciry Concrete. Radio communication used for Tri-City trucks One of the secrets of Tri-City Concrete's ability to deliver its sand, gravel or ready-mix con crete to the right job at the right time is its radio comma nications network which encompasses almost all units. Timing and dispatch is a most important element and the company bends every effort to make deliveries within a 10-minute bracket of requested time. A special intercom network at the Alabama plant makes it possible for each delivery unit to ELECTRICAL AWARD - Tri-City Concrete's co-owners leroy Hansberger and Glenn Whitlock, left to right, are shown receiving the Southern California Edison company's "Award for Electrical Excellence" from Joseph W. Enarson, Redlands district manager. Tri-City's new administration building is all-electric with heat pump all-weather climate control. The award denotes built-in electrical quality in commercial and professional buildings and is similar to the Medollion Award for residential buildings. Still need water Don't forget to water plants growing under an overhanging roof where rain can't reach them. Even though nights are cool, plants still require some moisture. receive orders for the next load, receive the load and check out without ever having to leave the seat of the truck. Traffic problems at the pJant are also resolved by special separate lanes and routes for the concrete trucks and the sand and gravel trucks. Add interest with labels You can add a great deal of interest to your garden by installing identification labels in front of all your plants. Lifetime plastic markers are available in sizes up to two inches wide, five inches high for just a few cents each. You write on them with an ordinary soft lead pencil. il Steady growth in Tri-City Concrete (Continued from Page 9) ton avenue at New York street set a new record in the state for a bridge pour. And Tri-City will soon be pouring more concrete for the freeway between Redlands and Beaumont. That's Tri-City concrete in the new Aerospace buildings, in all major buildings in Loma Linda since 1950 and the Cal Electric plant in Mission district, to mention a few. Keeping this large operation on its toes is the job of the two owners but it is also the job of a top management team. This team includes Kenneth Bcrgmann, controller; Robert McDonald, transportation manager; Douglas Hayes, production manager and Bill Lundquist, sales manager. Mr. Hansberger believes that the success of Tri-City results from such factors as strict quality control and a determination and desire to give service to its customers. He attributes much of the success, too, to another important clement — the employes. 'We believe it takes the talent of all of the people to successfully run this, or any company. ... I am proud and pleased that we have had the opportunity to associate with, and employ, so many people who have been willing to rise above the average and contribute that extra effort which has spelled the difference between success and failure," Mr. Hansberger declared. !NEW PLYWOOD [INDUSTRY CROSSETT, Ark. (UPI) — A huge new plywood industry for the South, making laminations from pine species hitherto neglected, is envisioned by Vic e- Prcsident W. C. Norman of Georgia - Pacific Corp. H i s company is building a mill a pine plywood mill at Fordyce, Ark. Fir, a western wood, has been the basis of the strutural plywood business in the past. CcHfratulaticHA te Tri-City CONCRETE on their handsome new buildings. Music System installed by— E. & H. Electronics 1425 E. Central Ave., Redlands 793-2929 scaping For the Beautiful New Office and Engineering Building of Tri-City Concrete Designed, Furnished & Installed By DANGERMOND'S NURSERY 27601 WEST REDLANDS BLVD. 792-3885 FREE DELIVERY CLOSED SUNDAYS Congratulations to CONCRETE Upon the Completion of Its New General Office and Engineering Building As proud neighbors, working closely with Tri-Ciry Concrete over the years, we ot Motich Corporation take particular pleasure in saluting Leroy Hansberger and Glenn Whitlock on achieving another milestone in their development pro­ gram. The construction industry in this area is extremely fortunate in having forward-looking Tri-City Concrete at hand to serve its needs. MATICH CORPORATION General Engineering Contractors Paving — Excavating — Grading General Offices, P. O. Box 390, Colton, Calif., TR 7-2100 - Plant Phone TU 8-5467

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