The Delta Companies and its employees are committed to “doing the right thing in the right way.” Each day, we reinforce this aspect of our culture to ensure this approach takes precedence over short-term profits or simple convenience. To achieve this end, we avoid any actions or activities that might call into question our reputation, integrity, or impartiality.

In all dealings with third parties, clients, and suppliers, we will keep our word and fulfill our agreements. Likewise, we are committed to delivering our products and services on time, within budget, and according to our customers’ requirements and specifications. Finally, the Delta Companies and its employees will comply with the letter and the spirit of all laws and regulations affecting our businesses.

All of our people must ask questions and promptly raise any concerns they might have regarding any proposed course of action. If something does not seem right, we expect our employees to speak up. Delta Companies provides its employees with several options to report their concerns. Of course, we always encourage employees to speak directly to their supervisor. They may also contact the Delta Companies Ethics Compliance Officer or the Colas USA Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer. For those situations in which anonymity is desired, our reporting hotline is available. All calls are confidential and the caller’s anonymity will be maintained.

Reporting Concerns

INTEGRITY is one of Delta Companies’ core values. We are committed to being fair in all of our dealings and adhering to superior standards of ethical conduct.

Items to report may include, but are not limited to:

  • Ethical violations
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Quality of service
  • Theft
  • Discrimination
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Fraud
  • Conflict of interest
  • Theft and embezzlement
  • Violation of the law
  • Wrongful discharge
  • Internal controls
  • Vandalism and sabotage
  • Improper conduct
  • Threats
  • Bribery and kickbacks
  • Misuse of company property
  • Violation of company policy
  • Falsification of contract, reports, or records

Delta Companies Ethics Compliance Officer: Phillip Heimbecker (573) 334-5261

Colas USA Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer: Daniel LaFrance (973) 290-9082

Delta Companies’ 24-hour toll-free ethics and compliance hotline may be used to submit concerns or complaints anonymously and confidentially. This reporting system is administered by an independent third-party organization, and any information provided goes directly to Delta Companies’ Legal Departments.

To report an issue, employees may either (1) call 1-877-472-2110 or (2) visit Login: Delta. Password: ethics.

To further our commitment to ethics, Colas USA is a member of the Construction Industry Ethics & Compliance Initiative (CIECI). This organization brings together, in a non-profit, private association, companies within the U.S. construction industry that are committed to the highest level of ethics and conduct and compliance with the law. This association benefits us by providing numerous training opportunities for our employees.

The following resources provide education and guidance regarding ethical business practices:

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