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Introducing

Sales Engineer, Shane Harris

Shane HarrisWieser Concrete Products of Maiden Rock, Wisconsin is proud to announce the addition of Sales Engineer, Shane Harris, to the staff of the Roxana, Illinois location.

Mr. Harris earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Southern Illinois at Carbon- dale, Illinois. Prior to joining Wieser Concrete, Mr. Harris worked for the Missouri Department of Transportation for 11 years as a Senior Construction Inspector/Civil Engineer. Mr.

Harris also holds NHI Bridge Certification.

Shane’s responsibilities at Roxana include product sales, business development, and project management.

Open Barn Event

Watkins, MNWieser Concrete is coordinating an Open Barn Event for the Dockendorf Dairy – Steve and Lori Dockendorf being held on Saturday, June 9, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at 14623 County Road 2, Watkins, Minnesota.

In the spring of 2011, Steve and Lori broke ground for their new milking facility, with the first milking taking place on August 15th, 2011. The 94’ x 168’ cross ventilated warm, 5-row free stall barn sits atop an 110’ x 132’ x 12’ slatted floor underbarn ma- nure storage system. This system stores approximately 1.2 million gallons of manure. The cows are kept comfortable on a patented dual chamber waterbed. Two (2) robotic milking units milk the 125 cows on an average of 3.1 times per day. Come out to see many other great features of this dairy facility!

Wieser Concrete is proud to be part of this project and event!

June is Dairy Month

Wieser Concrete is participating in several Dairy Breakfast events in Wisconsin and Minnesota which are being held during June Dairy Month. The events include:

The 5th Annual Stearns County Breakfast on the Farm being held Saturday, June 2nd from 8:00 a.m. to Noon at the Landwehr Dairy, owned by Dennis and Marlene Landwehr, located near Watkins, Minnesota.

The 19th Annual Dunn County Dairy Breakfast being held Saturday, June 2nd at Baier Creek Farms of Elmwood, Wisconsin.

The Pierce County Dairy Breakfast being held Saturday, June 16th at Tom and Matt Breeggemann’s of Elmwood, Wisconsin.

The 24th Annual Pepin County Town and Country Dairy Breakfast being held Saturday, June 16th at Brad and Kristin Afdahl’s farm of Arkansaw, Wisconsin.

Rebuilding Henryville

Safe Rooms Save Lives: Federal Alliance for Safe Homes® and the National Storm Shelter Association Spread the Word at ‘Rebuilding Henryville’ and Donate Nine Safe Rooms to Indiana Tornado Victims Safe rooms valued at $70,000 are part of Habitat for Humanity rebuilding projects

(Louisville, KY, May 16, 2012) – In an effort to spread the word nationwide that “safe rooms save lives,” the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH®) has teamed up with the

National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) to attend the Rebuilding Henryville bene- fit concert, and to donate nine safe rooms to Habitat for Humanity for re- building projects in the Henryville, IN ar- ea.

The Rebuilding Henryville concert
held May 16, 2012, featured Grammy-
award winning country music group
Lady Antebellum and directly benefited Hen- ryville, Indiana which was affected by a devastat- ing EF-4 tornado in early March 2012.

“Our thanks go to Lady Antebellum for their ef- forts to raise funds toward Rebuilding Henryville and for graciously allowing FLASH and NSSA to educate their fans about the importance of torna- do safe rooms at the concert,” said Leslie Chap- man-Henderson, President and CEO of FLASH. “Also, we are extremely proud to partner with NSSA and Habitat for Humanity to distribute

life-saving safe rooms to tornado victims in the Hen- ryville area,” she added.

According to FLASH, a safe room can provide ultimate life safety protection from the dangerous forces of severe winds and tornadoes. Safe rooms that meet NSSA, International Code Council (ICC) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) standards are designed to withstand up to 250 mile-per-hour winds, and offer lifesaving refuge for families in the path of high-wind events like torna- does.

The donation of the safe rooms are in honor of Disaster Safety Week of the International Code Council Foundation® Building Safety Month. Dis- aster Safety Week is co-sponsored by FLASH and FEMA. Companies donating safe rooms include:

  • Norwalk Concrete Industries
  • The Perfect Storm Shelters, LLC
  • Safe Sheds, Inc.
  • Vaughn Concrete Products, Inc.
  • Wieser Concrete Products, Inc.

Wieser Concrete was proud to participate in the “Rebuilding Henryville” benefit. The Storm Shelter we donated was manufactured and installed by our Roxana, Illinois team.

Pictured below are the Stand-Alone Storm Shelters currently available from Wieser Concrete. All of our shelters are certified to meet the NSSA standard. For additional information, please visit our website at www.wieserconcrete.com or contact your nearest Wieser Concrete office.