Marty Ozinga IV, president and co-wner of Ozinga Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete watches Wedensday while a new 375 square foot American flag is raised over Ozinga's Gary, Indiana location. The flag was raised atop a 70-foot aluminum flagpole that was originally built to be used at the London Olymp…
Alfred Caggiano, left, construction manager for Reith-Riley, looks at the CNG fuel pump Tuesday with Don Rapley, president of Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete, as Ozinga hosted a grand opening of its compressed natural gas fueling station in Gary.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson assists Marty Ozinga IV in cutting a ribbon Tuesday during a ceremony at Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete. Ozinga opened its compressed natural gas fueling station at its Gary site.
Ozinga employees and others pray Wednesday during a dedication ceremony at the ready mix company's Gary location.
Marty Ozinga IV, president and co-owner of Ozinga Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete, watches Wednesday while a new 375-square-foot American flag is raised over Ozinga's Gary location. The flag was raised atop a 70-foot aluminum flagpole that was originally built to be used at the London Olympics. Th…
Ozinga Indiana Ready Mix Concrete in Gary is one of five recipients in Indiana sharing $526,000 in federal grant funding for energy efficiency and conservation projects.
For some time now, residents of Southeast Chicago have been hard at work getting their community cleaned up. Lots of people are involved in projects to make their public spaces healthy.
The planned Ozinga/Universal cement plant at 117th Street and Torrence Avenue promises to add even more pollution to an overly polluted area of Chicago. This is unacceptable.
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.
The candidates for the 11th Congressional District race agree a slumping economy and skyrocketing health care costs will be major issues for whoever is elected. Their ideas differ on how to tackle them.
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