Empower a Performance-Based Culture

How EHS Digitization is Driving Results and Reducing Risk at US Concrete

Today’s growing regulatory scrutiny surrounding environmental and safety performance is compelling industrial companies to re-evaluate the impact and results of their EHS compliance and risk management processes. To better manage growing data volumes and effectively limit risks associated with compliance regulations, these organizations are quickly realizing that they need to break down data silos to provide better visibility and accountability across the enterprise.

Discover how one of North America’s largest concrete producers, U.S. Concrete, is successfully digitizing its EHS program to advance the performance of its environmental and safety operations while effectively reducing compliance risk.

Additionally, learn about:

  • Strengthening visibility and sustainability across enterprise-wide compliance and risk operations
  • Ensuring teams are staying accountable for environmental and safety obligations
  • Staying on top of emerging compliance and audit risk in today’s virtual world
  • Building a centralized dashboard to analyze and act across your EHS compliance data
  • Get notified about compliance gaps or performance issues in real-time
  • Leveraging smarter, more sustainable EHS solutions


Robert McGehee, Corporate Environmental Compliance Manager, U.S. Concrete

Robert is an experienced EHS and Regulatory Compliance Professional with 14+ years managing Industrial/Manufacturing facilities, and construction projects. He thrives in roles where complicated regulations combine with complex industrial processes and he’s passionate about producing demand for ingenuity and custom tailored solutions. One of his most notable achievements has been acting as project manager for the design and construction of a 100,000 gallon stormwater pre-treatment and storage system which diverted stormwater to the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant, eliminating discharge to local waterbodies and protecting the organization from fines and legal fees. Robert also has extensive experience navigating compliance obligations, working closely with the following regulatory agencies: OSHA; BAAQMD, CalRecycle, Santa Clara County Environmental Health Department Hazardous Materials Compliance Division, San Jose Environmental Health Department, Monterey County Environmental Health Department, Santa Clara Fire Department, San Jose Fire Department, Watershed Protection Division, San Jose/Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility Source Control, and CalEPA.

Maya Colato, Head of Customer Success, Mapistry

Maya leads the Mapistry customer success team and is responsible for overseeing everything in a customers journey from onboarding to support to business case reviews. She frequently works with our enterprise clients on product enhancements and customizations and also to define and achieve customers’ success metrics. Maya started at Mapistry in our professional services group focusing on hazardous materials and stormwater before moving into Customer Success.

Ryan Janoch, Founder of Mapistry

Ryan is the founder and COO of Mapistry, an environmental compliance software platform that minimizes risk for the world’s leading industrial and manufacturing companies. He is a licensed professional engineer with experience in environmental program development and implementation for hundreds of industrial sites, including ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals all over the U.S. He has led multi-disciplinary teams to develop new regulations and testing protocols as well as served on a regional air board, state regulatory stormwater committee, and national industry committees. He has an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.