Committed to Safety For All
G.J. Hopkins is firmly committed to operating all projects in a safe, efficient manner that complies with all applicable safety, health and environmental regulations.
Our goal is to provide an injury free work environment where projects are free of recognized hazards; and people, equipment and the environment are not placed at unreasonable risk of injury or damage.
Our employee-owners are, after all, our most valuable assets. Though quality and productivity are critical to our operations, they will never take precedence over the safety of personnel or protection of the environment.
In short, G.J. Hopkins takes great pride in providing a safe work environment for our employees and contractors. These efforts, in turn, provide a safe environment for the workers, inhabitants, or visitors using the buildings our hands have touched.
The following list of recent safety awards demonstrates a small sample size of the how serious we take creating safe environments:
National Safety Council Awards
- 2009 – Perfect Record Award
- 2007-2013 – Excellence Achievement Award: G. J. Hopkins has for the sixth consecutive year been recognized by the National Safety Council with an Excellence Achievement Award. This award is given to companies who completed the year with a lost-time injury rate of less than ½ of their industry average.
G.J. Hopkins Celebrates Another Year of Exceptional Services
As a leader in the industry, our distinction is often recognized on quality, honesty and work ethic. G.J. Hopkins is proud of the acknowledgment and the awards received over the years. Not only have we received merit for outstanding construction projects, we have also been honored as an organization whose professionalism has enhanced the construction industry and contributed to the communities in which we live, work and play.
Most recently, G.J. Hopkins has for the sixth consecutive year been recognized by the National Safety Council with an Excellence Achievement Award. This award is given to companies who completed the year with a lost-time injury rate of less than ½ of their industry average.