AB&I Foundry is frequently published in various news media. Below you will find places where these features have been found.
McWane adding second shift, credits employees for successes03/18/2019
Publisher: Coshocton Tribune
Coshocton Tribune featured McWane Ductile in Coschoton, Ohio in article written by Leonard Hayhurst.
Incremental Improvements, Lasting Results08/22/2018
Publisher: Modern Casting
Incremental Improvements, Lasting Results
Shannon Wetzel, Managing Editor - August 22, 2018
At AFS Corporate Member AB&I Foundry (Oakland, California), the walls do talk. The exterior of the McWane company’s plant, stretching across nearly an entire block, memorializes the history and people who worked there in a vast, colorful mural. The founder’s face and other past leaders’ faces are there, but so are the faces of machine operators, maintenance crew, and HR staff. One of the final panels depicts a large hole blasted through the wall to show a painting of the operations inside.
AB&I general manager Michael Lowe said it symbolized the company’s decision to open up more to the surrounding neighborhood.
“To run a foundry in this modern era, you have to be open to the community, and create a community for your vendors, customers, and each and every team member,” Lowe said.
Full article and current issue on Modern Casting
Made in America - Proud Team Members Series #6
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Case Study: The Quincy04/13/2018
AB&I AND ANACO–HUSKY CHOSEN FOR $110m PROJECT IN
HEART OF DOWNTOWN DENVER.
Case Study: U.S. Bank Stadium02/01/2018
U.S. BANK STADIUM, HOME OF THE MINNESOTA VIKING’S $1 BILLION
PROJECT RELIED ON AB&I PIPE AND FITTINGS FOR THEIR HIGH DEMAND
DWV PLUMBING SYSTEM...
Early Career Ambassadors Offer Their Insights09/17/2017
Publisher: East Bay Advanced Manufacturing Partnership
Early Career Ambassadors Offer Their Insights — The East Bay Advanced Manufacturing Partnership
About this time last year, EBAMP collaborated with the California Community Colleges, the Manufacturing Institute, and the NAM to launch the Bay Area chapter of the Dream it. Do it. network.
Once the steering committee chose to move forward with the Ambassador program as its initial foray, we piqued the interests of manufacturers across the region to participate in the program in order to connect with students in nearby schools. With support from AMTAC and the region’s Workforce Boards, we kicked off the effort in February (blog post).
Since then, seventeen Ambassadors from five companies have interacted with over 650 students, 3 dozen educators, and others through classroom discussions and career fairs in Martinez, Pittsburg, Clayton, Oakland, San Lorenzo, and Hayward. Two Ambassadors even came to speak to fellow manufacturers and other attendees at an EBAMP meeting early in the spring.
Made in America - Proud Team Members Series #4
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