Meet Our Team: Al Harrington, Tim Kyser & Eric Miller

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Al Harrington has been with Mid-States Concrete for 20 years and has been a field foreman for almost eight years. He started as third man on the road crew and worked his way up.

What Al enjoys most about his work is seeing the end product when installing a job, and the challenge of the work. The most important thing he has learned working at Mid-States is that you have good days and bad days and “we do what we can to get the job finished.” Al continues to do the work he does to take care of his family.

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Tim Kyser has been with Mid-States Concrete for 18 years and has been a field foreman for 10 of those years. He started as a member of the road crew and attributes hard work to helping him achieve foreman.

What Tim enjoys most about his work is the challenge of putting a building together and he continues to do the work he does to provide for his family. The most important thing Tim has learned is to work hard, fast and safe.

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Eric Miller has been with Mid-States Concrete for eight years and has been a field foreman for about three years. He started as the “low” guy on the crew and attributes achieving foreman to listening to the other guys on the crew to learn everything he needed to, as well as hard work.

What Eric enjoys most about his work is that every day challenge of being as efficient as possible to get the job done in a good timeline. The most important thing he has learned working at Mid-States is that with hard work and dedication, you can make a good living. You don’t have to get a college degree, like you’re taught in school, to be successful.

Eric continues to do the work he does because he honestly loves the hard work and the guys he works with. He said there is nothing better than putting in a day’s work and going home and seeing his family.