The Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association (IMAA), at its 2014 Winter Workshops held at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, awarded several Rogers Group locations for accomplishments in excellence, safety and community involvement.
The Rogers Group’s Morgan County Sand & Gravel operation in Martinsville, Ind., was named Outstanding Certified Aggregate Producer by the Indiana Department of Transportation. This location won this same award in 2011.
The Certified Aggregate Producer Program (CAPP) is a statistical-based program that is constantly monitored by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) with very stringent compliance requirements for material used in construction projects. This is the fourth year in a row that a Rogers Group location has received this honor. Additional winners included Interstate Sand & Gravel (Williamsport) and Newton County Stone (Kentland).
The Community Connection Award was presented to Rogers Group’s Morgan County Sand & Gravel plant. This award recognizes service and involvement in the community and demonstrates efforts above and beyond the regular requirements of the Excellence in Mining Awards.
Seven locations received IMAA’s Excellence in Mining Award, sponsored by the IMAA’s Public Information and Education Committee to promote pride in mining programs. Winning locations include: Bloomington Crushed Stone, Interstate Sand & Gravel, Morgan County Sand & Gravel, Newton County Stone, Owen Valley Quarry (Spencer), Sieboldt Quarry (Springville) and Mitchell Crushed Stone.
Finally, 11 locations were recognized for their accomplishments in safety based on years without injuries.
- Morgan County Sand & Gravel, 17 years.
- Wabash Sand & Gravel, 16 years.
- Owen Valley Quarry, 13 years.
- Newton County Stone, 10 years.
- Mitchell Quarry, 10 years.
- Sieboldt Quarry, 6 years.
- Knox County Sand & Gravel, 6 years.
- Interstate Sand & Gravel, 6 years.
- Bloomington Crushed Stone, 1 year.
- Bloomington Underground, 1 year.
- Victor Oolitic, 1 year.