construction safety
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Committed to Safety for All

We are 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 workplace where projects are free of recognized hazards. We do not place people, equipment, or the environment at an 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 the protection of the environment. In short, we take 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, and visitors using the buildings our hands have touched.

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Celebrating Years of Exceptional Service

As an industry leader, we are recognized for our quality, honesty, and work ethic. Not only have we received merit for outstanding construction projects, but 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.

In addition to receiving the National Safety Council’s Perfect Record Award, we are an 11-time recipient of the Occupational Excellence Achievement Award.

These accomplishments demonstrate our commitment to safety culture and creating an incident and injury-free work environment.

About the National Safety Council Awards

2009, 2017, and 2018

Perfect Record Award: The National Safety Council’s Perfect Record Award recognizes individuals, companies, units, or facilities that have completed at least 12 consecutive months without incurring an occupational injury or illness that resulted in days away from work or death.


Occupational Excellence Achievement Award: The National Safety Council recognizes organizations with injury and illness records better than or equal to 50% of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for their NAICS code. Criteria include:

  • Lost workday case incident rate better than or equal to 50% of the BLS rating for your NAICS code in the past calendar year
  • Zero fatalities during the previous calendar year
  • Based on self-reported data


Leed Certified Sustainable Construction


Building Information Modeling


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Mechanical and Electrical Prefabrication


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