The Shields Asphalt Paving Team returned to again represent the company at the American Public Works Association’s 2019 Equipment Show & Seminar. The event was held on June 7 at Ross Township’s public works facility and hosted a large group of local public works participants. Representing Shields Asphalt Paving at the seminar were Courtney
On June 6, 2019 Shields Asphalt Paving participated in 32nd Annual St. Barnabas Charitable Golf Open at Conley Resort and Golf Club. The event benefits the St. Barnabas Free Care fund which provides care for needy patients and residents who could not otherwise afford their care. This event is one of many held throughout the
“Challenge yourself,” company President Tim Shields urged of his team at the Shields Asphalt Paving Annual Employee Safety meeting. Calling on his entire team to reflect on career and personal growth, Shields then turned the podium to keynote speaker David Moore. Moore, a U.S. Navy and Air Force decorated aviator and officer, spoke about his experiences
Eric Schultheis, 55, has been a member of the Shields Asphalt Paving team for nearly three decades. “It’s like one of my (paving) partners always said, ‘Long hard days is what built the company,” said Schultheis, who takes pride in putting in what he calls “a good, honest day.” Having started with Shields in 1988,
In an emergency, every second counts. That’s why members of the Shields Asphalt Paving Team took time this week to learn to recognize and respond to medical emergencies. The course was taught by representatives of The American Red Cross at Northern Tier Regional Library. It included hands on lessons in CPR and wound care.
Shields Asphalt Paving takes safety seriously! Last week, some of our team members took the NSC Driver Safety Training program at Northern Tier Regional Library. The course touched on numerous issues related to diver safety, including defensive driving, distracted and impaired driving and roadway conditions. Special thanks to executive director of industrial sales Mary Lousa
The Team at Shields Asphalt Paving is proud to have rallied a donation worth $1,350 for the “Colbee Regis Lovich Memorial.” Our donation was one of the offerings at the non-profit organization’s fundraiser Aug. 12, which raised a total of $46,194.
It’s that time again, time to show our support to Team Colbee! Last year, with all of your generosity, the Shields Asphalt Paving team was able to donate a kayak and all the accessories to go with it! We would love to go above and beyond again this year! All donations must be in by July 31st
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the gentleman who died in a paving accident this morning as well as the entire Wiest Paving Company. In an instant, our lives can change and we as human beings need to recognize that. I would ask each and every one of you to do
Shields Asphalt and Paving Team members were proud to represent the company at the 2017 Equipment Show & Seminars sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Public Works Association. The event, held June 8 at Ross Township’s new public works facility along Cemetery Lane, boasted what the organization deemed a “record breaking