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Civil | FRED WEBER INC.
including the Missouri Department of Transportation, the Illinois
Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Authority and
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In addition, the company exceeds
professional standards set by organizations including the American
Society for Testing and Materials and the American Association of
State Highway and Transportation Officials.
Fred Weber Inc. strives to make as minimal of an impact on the
environment as possible, and is dedicated to making its operations
more sustainable. "We believe that a commitment to environmental
matters benefits our customers, our shareholders, our employees
and the communities we serve," the company says.
"To that end, we have established internal programs focused on
educating and empowering our employees to identify and actively
participate in continually improving our environmental performance by employing pollution prevention measures to minimize
the impact of our operations on the environment."
The company's environmental program includes investing in
dust control systems used throughout its operations. It also works to
conserve and protect water sources, and reclaims the land it extracts
materials from into wetlands, wildlife habitats, parks and other uses.
"Fred Weber has established internal programs focused on educating and empowering our employees to identify and actively participate in continually improving our environmental performance by
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employing pollution prevention measures to minimize the impact
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Safety is also a high priority for Fred Weber Inc. "We expect our
employees to work in a safe manner and to monitor their work
environment for hazards," the company says. "All employees are
empowered to stop work any time they feel endangered or see that
another employee is endangered."