Austin Industries

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In 1918, Charles R. Moore purchased the contracting part of the company when the Austin brothers wanted to focus primarily on bridge fabrication. The company became known as Austin Bridge Company and Associated Companies until 1974 when the parent company, Austin Industries, was formed. It entered the commercial construction field in 1975 when Austin Commercial was established. In 1983, Austin Industrial was formed to meet the growing maintenance and construction needs of the petrochemical, power and manufacturing industries. Austin Bridge merged with two other operating companies, Austin Paving and Austin Road, in the late 1980s to form Austin Bridge & Road. In 1986, William T. Solomon, Charles Moore’s grandson, established the Austin Industries Employee Stock Ownership Plan, transferring 60 percent ownership of the company to its employees at no cost. He also set up a plan for the company to become 100 percent owned by its employees by 2000. That plan was completed on schedule.

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2.9

Overall Excellence Rating

Industry

Construction

Category

Construction

ESG/Ethical Impact

Austin Industries commits to performing our services in an environmentally responsible manner while striving to improve our company’s and our customers’ environmental performance. Recognizing that climate change is an important issue for our planet, we seek to limit the negative environmental impacts of our work by creating an efficient supply chain, reducing carbon footprints, conserving resources, and recycling waste where practicable. All eight Austin Bridge & Road hot mix asphalt plants use either piped natural gas or liquid natural gas (LNG) for the plant burner. Natural gas is the cleanest burning fuel used by asphalt plants and helps to reduce overall emissions. To keep Austin’s emissions to a minimum, the company deliberately pays a premium to use LNG vs. less environmentally friendly fuel sources. Through 2022, Austin Commercial has constructed more than 29 million SF of LEED Gold space and more than four million SF of LEED Platinum space. Austin Commercial continues to lead the industry with extensive knowledge of means, methods, and materials to effectively meet each unique owner’s sustainability goals. Austin Industrial’s refinery work aims to lower the sulfur content in diesel fuels and produce cleaner-burning gasoline. Both new and revamped gas facilities are designed to meet stringent emission standards, use renewable resources, reduce oil consumption, ensure proper handling and disposal of materials, and use preventive maintenance to meet Austin’s zero-emissions standard. Austin Industrial is also steadfast in its approach for leak-free start-ups of plant operations on turnaround and outage contracts.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$1,400,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.4

Customer Rating

3.8

Company Size

5000-10000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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