Employees at J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. spent several weeks and many long hours creating their ‘homey’ parade float for the 2013 North Main Evansville Christmas Parade that took place on Sunday, November 24. Thirty plus employees, counting their families, joined in to create ‘Grandma Rudolph’s Cottage’ on the night before Christmas. Some of the smaller and younger volunteers sat in front of the cozy fire and listened to the story while others passed out candy to the hundreds of parade-goers who braved very cold temperatures on Sunday. “It was great to see so many of our employees and their families join in together to build a parade float again this year,” commented Human Resources Director Rosemary Hall. “We always have a great time planning, constructing and walking in the parade every year we participate.”
J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Chad Hubert to Chief Estimator. He began his career with J.H. Rudolph in 1996, after graduating from Vincennes University with a degree in Surveying Technology.
The 2013 Vanderburgh County Fair takes place this week, chocked full of exciting, fun events for the whole family. J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. is proud to have one of it’s single drum rollers on loan to the fair to help keep the grandstand area in peak condition during the big nightly events taking place this week. For a full schedule of events, click on the link below.
If you’re able to attend, keep an eye out for our roller!
The J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. summer picnic in mid-June brought co-workers and their families together at the Mulzer Camp in Troy, Indiana to enjoy an afternoon of fun, games and fellowship. Employees and their spouses who attended were also given a chance to win big prizes. Janie Wiseman, spouse of JHR employee Thomas Wiseman, won a Wal-mart gift card in the spouse drawing. JHR employee Kendall Cockerham-Corn and her husband Tim each won a prize playing bingo. All JHR employees attending the picnic were entered into a drawing for three cash prizes. The big winners were:
Darrell Bowles (Operations)- $100
Don Gibbs (Estimating) - $200
Donnie Hirsch (GRR Plant) – $500
Employees, along with their families & friends, are invited to join us at the Louisville Slugger Field in Louisville, KY on Saturday, July 27. The Louisville Bats will be battling it out with the Scranton Railriders beginning at 6:05 pm Eastern. Details on ticket options, the game and an order form can be found at the link below.
J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. is supporting our local Big Brothers Big Sisters organization by asking employees to form up to four teams, made up of friends and family, to ‘Bowl for Kids Sake’ on Saturday, April 20 in Evansville and Tell City to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ohio Valley. The deadline to enter under the J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. Pave It Forward umbrella is Wednesday, April 17. For more details and registration information, please click on the link below.
J.H. Rudolph and Co., Inc. announced today that the Jasper City Streets Paving Project that included Wernsing, Skyview, Division, S. Truman and E. 6th Streets and Henderson Water Utilities Project, including Main, 1st, 3rd, Elm and Water Streets, both won 2012 Quality in Construction Awards for excellence in construction of an asphalt pavement from the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA). NAPA presented the awards to J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. in Mid-February during the organization’s 58th Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Quality in Construction Award recognizes asphalt pavements of excellence that “demonstrate the type of high quality work J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. is achieving”, stated Kurt Bechthold, 2012 Chairman of the NAPA Board of Directors, during the award presentation.
J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. used asphalt mixes on the Jasper City Streets Project that contained 35 percent reclaimed asphalt pavement, which in turn saved money and also reduced the need for virgin aggregate and binder for the project. Working under heavy traffic, J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. produced high-quality asphalt pavements with minimal disruption to the public.
In Henderson, J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. won the award for the mill and overlay of roads in Downtown Henderson in conjunction with the water and sewer work undertaken by the Henderson Water Utility. Working at night to avoid disrupting traffic, J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. milled off the old pavement, repaired and leveled the road as needed, raised manholes to the proper level and placed 1-inch overlay on the roads. The completed roads have an excellent appearance and a smooth, high-quality riding surface.
“We are very pleased that our partnerships with the City of Jasper and Henderson Water Utilities on these projects resulted in recognition at a national level. It is our goal to deliver this same caliber of high-quality to every project we complete so the travelling public can experience it on the roads we pave,” commented Jeff Mulzer, President of J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc.
Tom has extensive experience in the accounting field, including Controller for ARC Construction, CFO for George Koch Sons, LLC – Industrial Machinery and most recently as Controller for P & I Supply Co. Wholesale Distribution.
J.H. Rudolph & Co., Inc. is excited to support the YMCA of Southwestern Indiana again this year by offering employees up to 4 tickets to attend the 25th Annual YMCA Pancake Days at the Downtown Y location February 15-17.
Friday, February 15 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 16 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 17 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Breakfast includes milk, coffee, juice, sausage and ALL the pancakes you can eat!
If you would like tickets, please email Natalie Maasberg no later than end of day Monday, February 11 with the number of tickets you would like and the location you want them sent to. Please specify if any tickets are for children 12 or younger.
Thanks to the generous and ongoing donations of its members, Indiana Construction Association (ICA) has two scholarship programs available to students pursuing a degree in the construction field. Eligible candidates must attend, or plan to attend, an Indiana college or university, maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA and intend to work in the construction industry in Indiana after graduation. The Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) manages both scholarship programs.
The Building Division – ICA Scholarship is available to students who have completed at least 60 credit hours in a four-year construction-related program (not a design-related program). Scholarships are limited, and awards may be up to $4,000 per academic year. Recipients must complete the application process each year to be considered for the scholarship.
The Highway, Heavy, and Utility Division – ICA Scholarship is available to students who are pursuing a degree related to the highway, bridge and/or the utility construction industry. Scholarships are limited, and awards may be up to $4,000 per academic year, renewable for up to three years (four years total) of undergraduate study, provided the student re-applies annually and remains qualified for the scholarship.
Click here to access the 2013 Scholarship Guidebook, which contains application instructions. Financial information is requested on the CICF application. However, providing financial information is not required for consideration for either ICA scholarship. The application deadline is March 1, 2013.
If you have any questions, please contact ICA at (317) 472-6777 or email@example.com.