Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete worked on municipal projects in Crown Point, Hammond and Valparaiso that won statewide recognition from the concrete industry.
PORTAGE | When the city's Redevelopment Commission footed the bill for the removal of a large pile of concrete near Crisman Pond, it figured the Utility Services Department owed them something.
Valparaiso University student Abby Accettura said she plans her winter footwear based on how much "white" she sees on the sidewalk outside her window.
A raised insignia of the WJOB "call letters" is embedded in the concrete floor of the studio's main hallway in Hammond.
VALPARAISO | Delaying the start of the Sager Run culvert replacement project as a favor to Zao Island could end up costing the city more money to repave Horseprairie Avenue at the site of the repair.
Ozinga Bros. Inc. officials are mulling where to build a new $250 million cement production plant to help the company remain competitive.
The Ozinga Bros. Inc. Gary Plant Manager, John Grotchaus, of Crown Point, monitors trucks filling with concrete. The company is looking at the possibility of building a cement plant in either Illinois or Northwest Indiana.
Concrete mixing trucks line up at the blending and loading station of The Ozinga Bros. Inc. concrete company's west side location in Gary. Ozinga is looking at the possibility of building a cement plant either in Illinois or Northwest Indiana.
PORTAGE | Deteriorating concrete panels on the exterior of Portage High School East will be repaired this summer.
crowded parking lots from above
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