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Community Involvement

Cadillac Asphalt strives to build, develop and maintain strong ties to all of the communities we serve. Whether in a city where we do business daily, or a small town we only visit once, our goal will always be to leave a community better off than when we first arrived.

We welcome any suggestions on how we can continue to be a strong partner for all Michigan communities. If you have an idea or request for something we can contribute to your community, please contact us today.

Habitat for Humanity - June 2018

December 16, 2021Five Cadillac Asphalt Projects Win NAPA Awards

Five Cadillac Asphalt Projects Win NAPA Awards

Five paving jobs performed by Cadillac Asphalt Crews throughout 2021 have received awards from the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA). NAPA’s Quality in Construction awards recognizes a crew’s commitment to building high-quality, smooth, durable pavement for the driving public. 

The award-winning projects were Maple Road in Ann Arbor, Schaefer Road in Dearborn, Jefferson Avenue in Detroit, Grafton Road in Monroe, and the General Motors Proving Ground Milford Road Course in Milford. Crews will receive a plaque for their achievements, recognition in the NAPA Awards Brochure to be distributed at the annual Quality in Construction Awards Breakfast, and will have a chance to take a photo with NAPA Chairman Jay Winford. 

“The asphalt pavement industry is committed to building high-quality projects that deliver superior performance to the traveling public. All contractors' projects earning a Quality in Construction award are measured against best practices designed to live up to that commitment,” said Winford. 

The Grafton Road project will also receive a Larry Lemon Award. The Larry Lemon Award goes to the 10 highest-scoring projects submitted for Quality in Construction Awards in the General Paving category.

December 01, 2021New Women's Employee Resource Group

New Women's Employee Resource Group

Michigan Paving & Materials, Stoneco of Michigan, and Cadillac Asphalt are teaming up to form a Women’s Employee Resource Group. Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are voluntary, employee-led groups that allow members to network with and support each other. They are designed to encourage an inclusive workplace, increase employee engagement, and help develop future leaders. Members of the group join based on shared characteristics and life experiences; in the case of this group, that is aimed at women in construction. This new Women’s ERG seeks to increase communication and the easy sharing of relevant resources between the women of MPM, Stoneco, and Cadillac. The official launch and first events will take place in early 2022.

November 30, 2021Cadillac Employee’s Son Leads Pledge of Allegiance at BSOA Dinner

Cadillac Employee’s Son Leads Pledge of Allegiance at BSOA Dinner

Nolan Rau, son of Cadillac Asphalt General Manager & Vice President Deven Rau lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the Boy Scouts of America Running Water District End of Year banquet on November 30. This was the 4th annual End of Year banquet held by the district, which covers Monroe County, Flat Rock, and Milan in Michigan. Michigan Paving & Materials, Stoneco of Michigan, and Cadillac Asphalt were recognized at the dinner for their contributions to the BSOA, which include recruitment drives, badge earning opportunities, and assistance in Eagle Scout Project completion. Michigan Region President Rick Becker was also honored at the banquet, receiving the group’s Distinguished Citizen award.  

October 01, 2021Cadillac Asphalt Employee Spotlighted by City of Detroit, WWJ

Cadillac Asphalt Employee Spotlighted by City of Detroit, WWJ

 A WWJ 950 reporter and members of the City of Detroit Press
Team came to the East Jefferson Road Job on August 30 to interview Cadillac
Asphalt Employee Beulah Walker. Walker received her Journeyman's certification
through an apprenticeship program run by Cadillac Asphalt. 


Beulah sang the praises of construction jobs, calling her
apprenticeship and job offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. "I feel so
much pride every time I look at my Journeymen card," said Walker.
"You can go as far as you want to go with a career in construction." 


Beulah, along with fellow-laborer Rigo Salinas and Foreman
Devin Moss, demonstrated for City of Detroit Press Secretary Georgette Johnson
the role of a Traffic Crew, and how they place cones for safety, and how they
go about gathering the cones at the end of a project. The interview took place
along the recently completed Jefferson Road job, which repaved 5 miles between
Grosse Pointe Park and 375.  

September 01, 2021One Michigan Supports 4-H

One Michigan Supports 4-H

Each year, our Michigan Paving & Materials, Stoneco of Michigan, and Cadillac Asphalt support local 4-H groups by participating in County Fair Livestock Auctions. This year, the companies purchased over $12,600 worth of livestock at county fairs in Allegan, Armada, Manchester, Monroe, Jackson, and Washtenaw Counties. The animals purchased were processed and the meat donated to many local organizations within our communities.

August 18, 20212021 Summer Interns

2021 Summer Interns

Summer 2021 saw the return of One Michigan’s Intern Program. The program has students temporarily join the teams of Michigan Paving & Materials, Stoneco of Michigan, and Cadillac Asphalt in a variety of roles.

The One Michigan Intern Program has existed for more than 20 years. This year’s team consisted of Taylor Dixon, MPM Construction Intern; Blake Wolf, Stoneco Credit & Collections Intern; Michael Vogt, Cadillac Construction Safety Intern; Jacob Staley, Cadillac Construction Intern; Rhiannon Lord, Cadillac HMA Operations Intern; and William Guzman, Stoneco Mine Engineering Intern.

The Interns spend May through August shadowing other employees and taking part in projects of all sizes. Many interns find full employment with Michigan Paving, Stoneco, or Cadillac after their internship ends.

On July 16, took part in a special Intern Bonding Day, where they all got together to go play Whirly Ball. On August 17, a luncheon was held where the interns shared their experiences with the One Michigan Management Team.

If you or someone you know is interested in signing up for an internship with one of our companies, keep an eye out for next year’s postings on our websites this November!

**All safety precautions within the company and CDC guidelines were in place during the program and during the bonding day.  

August 09, 2021Teaming Up To Encourage Careers In Construction With Detroit Workforce Development Program!

Teaming Up To Encourage Careers In Construction With Detroit Workforce Development Program!


Again within our One Michigan companies, we took part in the 2021 Detroit Workforce of the Future program. Through this program, put on by Michigan Construction and a number of partner companies, unions, and educational organizations, brings more than a dozen students on-site to asphalt plants, quarries, and road construction sites to learn about a potential career in construction.

The Detroit Workforce of the Future development program is a thirteen-week training program that introduces students of Cody, Osborn, Pershing, and Randolph High Schools who want to find work immediately out of school. The first half take place in the spring, while the summer portion makes up the final 6 weeks. Through this program, the students try out and observe different construction jobs, and potentially find permanent employment with the companies they shadow.

Cadillac Asphalt first partnered with Michigan Construction for the program’s pilot in 2017, under the leadership of Doug Needham of the Michigan Aggregates Association and Ken Bertolini, Director of Workforce Development for the Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA). The initial class included 8 students who took part in hands-on construction and project management training, as well as taking field trips to construction crews and plants. In the following years, contractors and representatives from Operating Engineers 324 and the Laborers Union joined the program, which expanded to multiple partner schools in the Detroit Metro Area.

Today, teachers and faculty nominate students from local partnering high schools to interview for the program. These students are selected based on their interests and fit for the program. Cadillac Asphalt’s sister company, Stoneco of Michigan, has also joined the program as part of a commitment to support the MITA workforce development team, as well as to attract future talent.


On July 13th, students attended a discussion given by Pat Anglin, a Risk Manager for Michigan Paving & Materials, Stoneco, and Cadillac Asphalt, and a representative from Dan’s excavating, who spoke about their respective organizations, projects, and job opportunities. Students asked questions to both representatives, about company size, projected growth, hours, and benefits offered within the industry. The following day, the participants learned about the OE training program and instructed on how to operate various pieces of equipment such as cranes, loaders, pavers, and rollers. In the coming weeks, students will visit a Stoneco quarry to learn about the mining process, and a quality control lab to learn about the tasks performed there.

On August 9, the students visited Stoneco’s Ottawa Lake Quarry to learn about the quarry process. They took a guided tour, watched a rock demonstration while eating a catered lunch, and participated in a Q&A with some of the quarry employees. They also visited the Quality Control lab to learn about the QC process.

The program wrapped up on August 12 with a Graduation Day. The 19 students of Cohort 5 received tool bad, which included hammers, gloves, safety goggles, face coverings, shirts, and hats donated by Cadillac Asphalt and Stoneco. We as a team in Michigan value the support and involvement with our youth to educate them on the construction industry and be a part of their future in any ways that we can! Good luck to all the students as they start to look to their future for careers! 

August 01, 2021Jeff Parker Shaves for the Brave

Jeff Parker Shaves for the Brave

Jeff Parker, a Loader Operator for Cadillac Asphalt Rawsonville, continued a 3rd-year long tradition in 2021, participating in St Baldrick’s Shave for the Brave event.

“I started doing this event three years ago when asked by an old high school friend. It was a great way to support and raise money for a great cause for those that are affected by cancer! Overall, in three years, with family, friends, coworkers, and our company we have raised over $15,700!!” 

St Baldrick’s Foundation began in 1999, and has grown over the past 22 years to host hundreds of head-shaving events each year to raise money to fight childhood cancer. The idea was created by insurance brokers Tim Kenny, John Bender, and Enda McDonnel. Their first event, held on St Patrick’s Day in 2000, saw 19 heads shaved and $104,000 raised to fight childhood cancer. 

About 1 in 285 children in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer before they turn 20. More children are lost to cancer than any other disease in the United States, but research like that funded by St Baldrick’s and other organizations has helped cut the mortality rate for children drastically in the last few decades. 

Jeff Parker set a $5,000 goal with the promise that if he met his goal by July 22, he would dye his hair rainbow for the week before the shave. As you can see in the pictures, he more than met his goal in time. Overall, Jeff beat his goal and raised $6,384 with his shave!

July 17, 2021MPM & Cadillac Take Part in The American Cancer Society's Big Dig Construction V Cancer Event

MPM & Cadillac Take Part in The American Cancer Society's Big Dig Construction V Cancer Event

Employees from Michigan Paving & Materials and Cadillac Asphalt took part in the American Cancer Society's Big Dig event this summer. This annual program brings members of the construction industry from all over Michigan to raise money to fight pediatric cancer. The family-friendly event also introduces youth to the exciting world of skilled trade and construction careers. Operating Engineers 324 Construction Career Center hosted the 2021 event on July 17. Children took part in construction-related activities, viewed equipment, and interacted with members of the construction industry.

August 20, 2020Cadillac Asphalt Participates In Monroe County 4-H Virtual Auction

Cadillac Asphalt Participates In Monroe County 4-H Virtual Auction

Our company makes it a point to support local 4-H groups every year. While this year looked a lot different due to the coronavirus, we were still able to take part in a virtual version of the Monroe 4H County Fair Auction. 

This year, 4H groups around Michigan held virtual auctions online, using and with the help of Michigan State University. These auctions stayed open for a few days, so interested parties could browse the children’s entries and place a bid. Cadillac Asphalt always donates the meat from any animals it purchases to local food pantries. 

This year, we won a bid on two pigs and were able to donate their meat to Saline Social Services.

July 25, 2020Cadillac Asphalt Sponsors Dave Fons Memorial Fund Golf Tournament

Cadillac Asphalt Sponsors Dave Fons Memorial Fund Golf Tournament

This July, Cadillac Asphalt served as a Food and Drink Sponsor for the Third Annual Dave Fons Memorial Fund Golf Outing. The golf outing was held on Saturday the 25th at Dunham Hills Golf Club in Hartland, Michigan. 

The Dave Fons Memorial Fund was established after the death of Dave Fons, a small business owner with a passion for earthmoving and road construction. In 2014, he was hit by a dump truck that failed to yield at a red light. 

The Memorial Fund now seeks to promote and encourage truck safety and awareness of safety in road construction. These are also Cadillac Asphalt’s passions and we have sought to work with and support the fund’s advocacy.   

May 01, 2020Cadillac Cares: Employee Makes 100 Cloth Masks to Fight Coronavirus

Cadillac Cares: Employee Makes 100 Cloth Masks to Fight Coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus, Covid19, continues to spread worldwide, the CDC has put out multiple recommendations for how to stay healthy. Handwashing, social distancing, and the wearing of cloth masks have all been suggested as ways to keep yourself and others healthy.   

Cadillac Asphalt Office administrator, Kelly Jager, took the CDC recommendations to heart. Kelly has worked for Cadillac Asphalt since November 2013, but she’s been a crafter since she was a teenager, and sewing has been a lifelong hobby. She and her sister started researching mask patterns to make for their own families when they heard that the virus had spread to Michigan and surrounding states. 

Kelly’s daughter-in-law, Jamie, works for Ascension Healthcare in Southeast Michigan. “My son called me the week of March 13 and said that masks were scarce and asked if I would be interested in making some for Jamie to take into work,” Jager said. “I started making masks that weekend and have been making them every weekend since.”  

Kelly’s other daughter-in-law, Alexa, also works in the medical field, with the Royal Oak Beaumont health system. Alexa was pulled from her normal work on the transplant team in late March to work on the Covid19 floors of her hospital.  

“She’s our family’s hero,” Jager said. Over the course of two weekends in late March and early April, Jager sewed more than 100 masks that she donated to Ascension Healthcare and Beaumont Hospital of Royal Oak. She’s continued to make masks and ear savers for medical professionals, some of which have been sent to ER, ICU, and Covid19 wards in New York City hospitals, which have been heavily hit by the novel coronavirus.   

While cloth masks are not 100% effective against the spread of coronavirus, their use limits the spray of germ-carrying saliva when speaking and breathing and can also help extend the life of medical-grade masks when worn overtop of them, keeping the outer surface clean.  

Word of her donations has spread; Kelly has received multiple thank you messages for her work, from the Brown City police department, fire department, and post office, as well as Marlette’s fire department. She also continues to get requests for more masks. 

Kelly Jager plans to continue making and donating masks, but materials are beginning to become scarce. Elastic has been particularly hard to come by, but she and her sister have been managing. 

“This is the least I can do,” Jager said.   

December 07, 2019Cadillac Asphalt Becomes an Entertainment Partner for the 37th Annual Christmas in Ida Festival Review

Cadillac Asphalt Becomes an Entertainment Partner for the 37th Annual Christmas in Ida Festival Review

Cadillac Asphalt joined Stoneco, Michigan CAT and Ace Hardware in sponsoring Ida’s annual Christmas festival, which included a Parade of Lights, Holiday Sled Race, and Holiday Art on the Avenue. The family-friendly event drew over 38000 visitors to the hamlet to see musical talents such as Blackhawk, Faren Rachels, and the Adrian College Choir.   

June 23, 2019Levi’s Link Charity Fun Walk/Run

Levi’s Link Charity Fun Walk/Run

 Each year, Mid Michigan Materials puts on a Fun Run & Walk to raise money for Levi’s Link, a charity that supports special needs children and their families in the Port Huron region of Michigan. Cadillac Asphalt sponsored the event in June 2019, helping the event raise a record-breaking $40,000. Cadillac Asphalt and our partner companies work closely with Mid Michigan Materials every year on their projects, and we plan to continue supporting this event and other community events for years to come.  

February 12, 2019Cadillac Supports the First Annual Pull A Cork Fundraiser for Homeless Children!

Cadillac Supports the First Annual Pull A Cork Fundraiser for Homeless Children!

 Cadillac Asphalt sponsored the Altrusa International Foundation of Monroe, Michigan’s first annual Pull A Cork fundraiser in 2019. It’s estimated that in Monroe County alone, there are more than 300 homeless families with children. The money raised by the Pull a Cork fundraiser went to seven different emergency and transitional shelters, for food and personal hygiene items, and towards literacy programs for homeless children.   

August 06, 2018The Children's Center

The Children's Center

Since 1929, The Children's Center is home to many specialized clinical services. They lead the way in working with children who struggle with behavioral, emotional, educational, intellectual and developmental challenges or may have experienced trauma. 

"Helping children and their families shape their own futures"  

Since 2015, Cadillac Asphalt has partnered with "The Children's Center" providing back to school supplies for the children, Christmas Shop donations, sponsored "Power of Possibilities" and "Tour De Fork" fundraisers, in addition to conducting a career presentation for the "Young Adult Self Sufficiency Program".  

July 27, 2018Detroit Public Safety Foundation Donation

Detroit Public Safety Foundation Donation

Cadillac Asphalt contributed $60,000 toward the excavation, aggregate base and asphalt paving work to complete the Detroit Police Department's exterior training facility located at the Detroit Police Academy.  

June 18, 2018Vietnam Veteran's Memorial / Washtenaw County

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial / Washtenaw County

"On behalf of the Board of Trustees and residents of the Charter Township of Ypsilanti, we would like to thank you for your generous donation of concrete and workforce hours to complete the improvements of the Vietnam Veteran Memorial"

"Thank you for remembering and honoring the service of all the Vietnam War Veterans from Washtenaw County".

May 12, 2018Edw. C Levy and Cadillac Asphalt partners with "Habitat for Humanity" in Levy's Centennial Year

Edw. C Levy and Cadillac Asphalt partners with "Habitat for Humanity" in Levy's Centennial Year

"It is our way of giving back to the areas of the world that have welcomed us into their communities."

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. Habitat for Humanity operates in nearly 1,400 comunities across the U.S. and in more than 70 countries around the world.

Our employees had the opportunity to support their communities while building strength, stability and self-reliance for families in need through construction, rehabilitation, weatherization, critical home repair and exterior beautification. 

January 01, 2018Here are just a few other organizations Cadillac Asphalt has offered support and charitable assistance to throughout 2018

Here are just a few other organizations Cadillac Asphalt has offered support and charitable assistance to throughout 2018
  • 4H Steer / Monroe County / Washtenaw County; "Agricultural Society to promote and educate through interactive experiences".
  • Detroit Horsepower; "Teach urban youth to ride and care for horses as a way to develop critical skills that will set them up for future success".
  • Touch-A-Truck events; "A unique, interactive event that allows children to see, touch and explore their favorite big trucks and heavy equipment".
  • Construction Angels; "Provides immediate financial assistance and counseling to the spouse and children left behind after a construction worker suffers a fatality on the construction jobsite".
  • Mid-Michigan 5K Run; Support for McLaren Port Huron Hospital / Levi's Link Program; "Improving patience experience for patients with special needs".
  • United Way Foundation; "Advances the common good by creating opportunities for all. Focusing on education, income and health--the building blocks for a good quality of life and a strong community".
  • Relay for Life / American Cancer Society; "Save lives, celebrate lives and lead the fight for a world without cancer".
  • Ascension St. John Hospital Golf Outing; "Support for renovation of the new "Infusion Center" which will provide a safe and comfortable environment for patients requiring infusion therapy".
  • Angels of Hope; "Financial support for children and their families as they battle cancer".
  • Joe Kocur Foundation For Children; "Dedicated to assisting children and their families in need by partnering with the local SE Michigan communities that we serve".
  • Newport Fire Fighters Association; "To help support fire training efforts for the members of The Newport Volunteer Fire Department, assist in fire protection and prevention education, provide for local charitable contributions and to promote the social and recreational well-being of the citizens of Newport, Michigan" .
  • ORT America; "Transform lives & improve the world through education for disadvantaged students".
  • 5th Annual Oakland Hills Golf Sponsorship; "Barton Malow Foundation / Building Innovative Solutions"
  • EMU Construction Management Alumni Golf Sponsorship;