Best Practice is the continual sharing of gems of wisdom between colleagues in similar businesses throughout our industry. It is a simple yet powerful process where ideas and experiences are shared about every aspect of our business, down to the smallest detail. By implementing Best Practice we can achieve world-class standards and excel in increasingly competitive markets and challenging commercial climates.
The sharing of Best Practice creates a competitive edge. It fosters an environment where people contribute innovative ideas for growth and improvement. Those who participate in the program gain personal fulfillment while helping CDCI surpass production, efficiency, and safety goals.
These associations benefit the industry through legislative and regulatory advocacy, education and safety programs, employee training, product research, environmental stewardship, and information related to our markets, and our operations.
Industry associations help provide our company, and our employees with the tools, information, advocacy, and technology necessary to improve our processes and our markets and make us a stronger, more efficient producer of quality construction projects.
We currently perform or are licensed to perform work in: KY, AL, TN, GA, SC, AR, IN, VA, WV, PA, MT, ND.
Our company maintains a cooperative balance between private enterprise and public interest in order to preserve healthy, safe, and livable surroundings.
Community involvement is one of the most effective ways to underscore our commitment to good citizenship. We value our relationships with neighbors and encourage suggestions on how to better our neighborhoods.
CDCI has a long history of commitment to community involvement. Our employees take pride in their personal ties to the schools, churches, hospitals, and businesses in which we work.
In serving our communities, we endeavor to provide more than stable employment. Through the job efforts and personal contributions of our employees, we also help build and maintain our neighborhoods, creating inviting places to live and work.
CDCI proudly supports many charities and local programs. We believe good corporate citizenship includes civic involvement as well. Our company and our employees participate in local civic and political activities to improve our communities.
How our government makes decisions and who make these decisions, affects our employees, our company and our industry every day.
CDCI believes it is wise and prudent to aggressively invest in our nation’s transportation infrastructure. A robust, well maintained transportation infrastructure network is the backbone of our national economy. Our elected officials as all levels of government, from the President of the United States to local town council members, determined how investment in transportation infrastructure is made and how much is invested. There are often tough choices to make. Our federal, state and local governments and the people we elect to office make decisions all the time that impact our company and our industry.
CDCI supports activities in the government relations arena to assist in educating our employees about issues that affect our company and our industry. We encourage our employees to be involved in the political process, to educate our elected officials about industry issues, and to participate in the process by voting for candidates of their choice. We want our elected officials to understand our business and our nation’s transportation needs. Politics and decisions made by elected officials impact our business, our jobs, and our lives every day.