The Gernatt Family of Companies clearly understands its role in local communities. The nature of our industry generally involves long-term land uses that aren’t always common with other businesses. Primarily focused on providing high-quality products and services, we also realize that being involved civically makes good business sense. Sharing with people what we do, and explaining why we do it, helps them understand the industry better. This type of interaction is important in establishing good communication with the community and is very helpful. Having a better understanding of what we do can also help resolve issues that might arise otherwise.

If you are interested in knowing more about what the Gernatt Family of Companies does, contact us to discuss the options available to do so. Would a site visit or a field trip be a good fit for you or your group? If a visit is not the most appropriate choice for your situation, we also offer presentations suitable for the classroom or your group’s meeting. There are many facets of our operations that can be covered in a visit or presentation. What we do daily involves many different curriculums including science, engineering, mathematics, processing, and systems management, to name a few. Our presentations can be tailored to suit most any age group or organization. Most folks have only a cursory knowledge of what goes on in our business, and these visits and presentations can go a long way in educating people about the common, and some not so common, characteristics of the industry.

If you or your group is interested in a visit or presentation, contact us to discuss the options available. Our industry places a very high priority on safety and government safety regulations apply to our guests as well. In addition, because our business is construction related and weather dependent, things can get very busy during certain times of the year. These conditions sometimes limit our ability to host visitors. We will do our best to find a time and location to accommodate your group’s needs.


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