As an Environmental Manager for Systems and Compliance with Graniterock, Reed Carter recognizes the challenges of regulating safety and compliance across a large industrial company.
Starting in 1900 as a hard rock quarry (holding the second-oldest operating license in the state of California), Graniterock has operated consistently for over 120 years. They are recognized for providing premier building materials and construction services from Monterey, California to the San Francisco Bay Area.
As a family-owned and operated company, respect and reliability stand at the core of Graniterock’s success in the industry over the last century. With 18 sites to manage, consistency and ease of tracking inspections and data are essential to Graniterock’s sustainability and compliance processes.
Reed oversees compliance for aggregates and construction materials division, ready-mix concrete, recycling, hot mix asphalt, and quarry operations. With nearly a decade of experience helping to mitigate risk and improve environmental compliance with Graniterock, he has seen the company grow from antiquated reporting to verifiable accountability.
Here’s how Reed experienced the transition from paper to progress at Graniterock: