Washington Rock’s “Construction Aggregates” video follows our products from source to final placement.
In the beginning, viewers will get an incredible bird’s eye view of construction work at Dune Peninsula in 2016. Construction equipment works busily on the peninsula while a barge loaded with Washington Rock’s construction aggregates moves toward the shore. The scene transitions to footage of the aggregates being made at Kapowsin Quarry.
Dune Peninsula, a new park at Point Defiance in Ruston, Washington, has used nearly 200,000 tons of material from Washington Rock to complete its transformation. A montage of artistic shots in the film showcase these construction aggregates in their final applications throughout the peninsula: in the monumental sail rock mounds, along the shoreline, on gravel paths, and around wildflowers and tall grasses.
In the video, Dick Wall, superintendent for Northwest Cascade, and Steve Johnson, project manager for Teufel Landscape, provide candid comments about their positive experiences working with Washington Rock.
By showcasing our products in this way, we hope to help architects, engineers, project managers, and other industry professionals visualize how quality aggregates can elevate a project. We also hope the general public will be inspired to learn more about where construction materials come from.
Thank you to our videographers, Joel Carver of CSI Drone Solutions, Stephen Hart, and Brian Abbey.
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