As Corporate Safety Director for Triangle Grading & Paving, Inc., William A. (Andy) Corbett, Jr. is responsible for the areas of loss prevention, control, and development of various safety programs to reduce loss in the areas of personal, vehicle, property and general liability. He oversees all security operations on a regular basis to ensure that construction efforts are performed in a safe and professional manner.
Andy has more than 40 years of professional experience in the construction industry. He joined Triangle Grading & Paving, Inc. in August 2010 as a special projects manager and transferred to human resources director a year later before assuming his present position in February 2014. Prior to working with the company, Andy served 14 years with Keck Company of Burlington, N.C., as Vice President of Commercial Construction and Chief Estimator/Manager for the general contracting company. This followed 14 years where he served in various roles, including inside sales representative, outside sales representative, engineering coordinator and assistant sales manager, at Shoffner Industries Inc. of Burlington, N.C., a manufacturer of structural wood trusses for residential, commercial and agricultural buildings. Andy earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering “Construction Option” from NC State University.
As Human Resource Director of Triangle Grading & Paving, Inc., Amy oversees Human Resource’s Policies and Procedures, Payroll Department, Employee Claims, and Health Insurance.
Amy has been with Triangle Grading & Paving, Inc. in this position since 2010. Her education and training has been through on-the-job experience. As Triangle grew to a 350 employee company, she learned through trial and error, through seminars just what it takes to become a successful HR Director. Amy’s background prior to coming to Triangle in 2006 was as a Divisional Manager for VS of North Carolina where she was certified in Consumer/Commercial Loan Documenting and Accounting, Banking Leadership and Management. She won honors and awards there until the company moved its offices. She came to Triangle to modernize the payroll process, to handle workers compensation claims and administer benefits to its employees. As Triangle grew and demand for e-verify became an issue for Triangle to face due to Federal Projects, Amy developed the policies and procedures for I-9 compliance.