Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association honored Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc.’s Temple Quarry, located in English, IN, with the Association’s first “Community Connection” Award at a special Awards Luncheon held in February. This award is given to the plant that most clearly demonstrates efforts above and beyond the regular requirements of the Excellence in Mining Awards. The “Community Connection” Award honors community involvement that demonstrates the contributions of many employees in donating their time and serving their community. Tim Mulzer and Troy McCorkle, Temple Quarry Superintendent, received the prestigious award on behalf of the company, recognizing over 200 hours of documented community service by Temple Quarry employees.
Indiana Mining Aggregates Association is a trade association representing crushed stone, sand and gravel, and slag companies throughout Indiana. This organization’s current membership consists of 43 producer companies which comprise 156 plants and quarries that produce 92% of the aggregate mined in Indiana. Indiana ranks 11th nationally in the production of crushed stone, 15th nationally in the production of sand and gravel, and first in the production of slag.