At Heritage Construction + Materials, we believe in more than just building structures. We believe in building relationships, opportunities and a better tomorrow for everyone. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a time when communities come together to raise awareness, promote early detection and support those affected by breast cancer. That’s why, for over three years, we have gone pink in honor of supporting the ONE mission to end breast cancer.
We are incredibly proud of the people that make up our team. Among them is Rebecca Rivers-Duncan, who was appointed earlier this year to sit on the Susan G. Komen board for Indiana and Kentucky. Rebecca has been with Asphalt Materials for __ years and has contributed significantly to our continued mission of supporting breast cancer awareness throughout our family of companies. Rebecca’s passion for this cause is truly inspiring, and her unwavering commitment reflects the values we hold dear at HC+M. Congratulations Rebecca!
This month, we encouraged our Heritage Construction + Materials family to join us in raising awareness by sharing stories of resilience, hope, and strength. Breast cancer survivors, fighters, and their loved ones can inspire us all with their unwavering determination to overcome any challenge.
Check out some of our Breast Cancer supporters below:
Do you know the warning signs of Breast Cancer? Check out some of them below:
Screening mammography detects the majority of early-stage breast cancers in the United States before any symptoms or warning signals manifest.
But warning indicators are also associated with the discovery of breast cancer. Therefore, it’s critical to recognize these warning signals and consult a physician if you experience any breast changes.
The most common warning signs are:
To learn more about Breast Cancer and the warning signs of Breast Cancer, please visit Komen.Org.
Heritage Construction + Materials (HC+M) is part of The Heritage Group, a privately held, family-owned business headquartered in Indianapolis. HC+M has core capabilities in infrastructure building. Its collection of companies provides innovative road construction and materials services across the Midwest. HC+M companies, including Milestone Contractors, Asphalt Materials, Inc., and US Aggregates, proudly employ 3,000 people at 55 locations across seven states. Learn more at www.heritagebuilds.com.About Asphalt Materials, Inc.
Asphalt Materials is a privately held, family-owned business headquartered in Indianapolis. Over its 66-year history, Asphalt Materials has prioritized safety and created a people-focused culture around asphalt expertise and innovation. Through its commitment to building long-term relationships with employees, customers, and vendors based on trust and confidence, Asphalt Materials creates solutions to issues affecting customers and our communities. Asphalt Materials is a part of The Heritage Group’s family of businesses. Learn more at www.asphalt-materials.com.About Milestone Contractors, L.P.
Milestone Contractors is a privately held, family-owned business headquartered in Indianapolis. Milestone Contractors is a fully integrated heavy construction company specializing in highway, bridge, asphalt and concrete paving and site development. Over its 30-year history, Milestone has built a reputation for prioritizing safety, quality, people and innovation. Milestone Contractors is a part of The Heritage Group’s family of companies. Learn more at www.milestonelp.com.About US Aggregates
US Aggregates is a privately held, family-owned business headquartered in Indianapolis. With over 20 operations across Indiana, US Aggregates has been a customer-focused, innovative provider of high-quality essential stone, sand and gravel used in road construction, site prep and utilities, agriculture and erosion control. The company also specializes in industrial minerals like dolomitic and high-calcium products. Since 1967, US Aggregates has built a reputation for prioritizing safety, quality and community. US Aggregates is a part of The Heritage Group’s family of companies. Learn more at www.usagg.com.