National Safety Awards for Multiple AGC of WA Members
One more bit of evidence of the commitment to safety made by AGC of Washington members: Of 29 first place winners of national AGC-Willis Construction Safety Excellence Awards presented at the recent national convention five are AGC of Washington members!
Congratulations to Mowat Construction Co. Guy F. Atkinson Construction BNBuilders Inc. Greenberry Industrial and Sicklesteel Cranes Inc. for finishing first in their respective categories. In addition Granite Construction Co. and Advanced American Construction received second place awards and Shimmick Construction Co. received a third place award.
“This is truly a great honor” said Brad Bastian Founder of BNBuilders. “We are very proud of this recognition and testament to what we are doing. It only comes from all the hard work that our people are doing out in the field. And everyone should get recognized for that hard work.”
Greenberry Industrial President and CEO Jason Pond added “There is nothing more important than making sure our employees get home to their families each night. That’s what drives me personally and our company as a whole. We are honored to be recognized by the AGC of America for our efforts.”
The Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) are an annual ranking of construction safety programs. “Safety is always a top priority for the construction industry” said Joseph H. Jarboe AGC of Americas president and senior vice president of Bethesda Md.-based Clark Construction Group. “These companies showcase the highest commitment to keeping their projects and their employees safe.”
Awards are distributed for categories based on the size of the company the amount of work performed and the type of work performed. Winners are selected by a panel of five independent safety professionals within the government corporate and insurance industries.
Congratulations again to these national first place winners receiving their awards from Willis Chairman Paul Becker and AGC of America President Joe Jarboe:
Guy F. Atkinson