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Gray Construction, an AGC of Kentucky member headquartered in Lexington, received the Grand Award for construction safety excellence at the 2014 Safety Awards Breakfast in Las Vegas on March 5, 2014. Selected from the 25 first-place winners of the 2014 Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA), Gray's team willingly accepted this "Best of the Best" recognition.
 
On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, AGC of America and Willis presented the 2014 Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) winners during the association’s 95th Annual Convention in Las Vegas. Paul Diederich, 2013 president, AGC of America, and Paul Becker, chairman, construction practice, Willis, recognized 53 companies for their outstanding safety performance.

The final round of judging took place in the days leading up to the awards ceremony. Final judges included Mike Fredebeil, Willis; Bill Parsons, Headquarters Air Force Safety Center; Anthony Militello, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC); Mike Sterrett, Mirada Consulting; and Bob Fitzgerald, Southern Company Services.

As Paul Becker acknowledged at the 2014 Safety Awards Breakfast, safety boils down to vision, planning, execution, passion and commitment. These awards recognize companies that have developed and implemented premier safety and loss prevention programs and showcases companies that have achieved continuous improvements and maintenance of their safety and health management systems. In addition, the program recognizes those construction companies that excel at safety and health performance, examining each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control.

Here are the 2014 winners of CSEA:

Grand Award Winner:
Gray Construction Lexington, KY 500,000+

First Place Construction Safety Excellence Award Winners:

 Company  City, State  Category
 Division: Highway & Transportation    
 Mountain States Constructors, Inc.  Albuquerque, NM  100,001 – 300,000 
 Hamilton Construction Company  Springfield, OR  300,001 – 700,000
 Joseph B. Fay Company  Tarentun, PA  700,001 – 1 million
 Granite Construction Company  Watsonville, CA  Over 1 million
 Division: Municipal & Utility    
 Erickson-Hall Construction Company  Escondido, CA  100,001 – 300,000
 Division: Building    
 Lemco Construction Services, L.P.  Addison, TX  Under 100,000
 Unger Construction Company  Sacramento, CA  100,001 – 250,000
 W.S. Bellow Construction Corporation  Houston, TX  250,001 – 450,000
 MEDCO Construction  Dallas, TX  450,001 – 650,000
 Roy Anderson Corporation Contractors  Gulfport, MS  650,001 – 850,000
 Morley Construction Company  Santa Monica, CA  850,001 – 1.25 million
 Flintco  Tulsa, OK  1,250,001 – 4 million
 Hensel Phelps Construction Co.  Greeley, CO  Over 4 million
 Division: Federal & Heavy    
 R.A. Burch Construction Company, Inc.  Ramona, CA  Under 100,000
 Advanced American Construction, Inc.  Portland, OR  100,001 – 300,000
 Shook Construction Company  Dayton, OH  300,001 – 700,000
 Independence Excavating, Inc.  Independence, OH  700,001 – 1 million
 Alberici Constructors, Inc.  St. Louis, MO  Over 1 million
 Division: Construction Management    
 RQ Construction  Carlsbad, CA  Under 500,000
 Gray Construction  Lexington, KY  500,000+
 Division: Specialty    
 Vanguard Fire Systems, L.P.  Pflugerville, TX  Under 100,000
 Hart Engineering Corporation  Cumberland, RI  100,001 – 300,000
 University Mechanical Contractors, Inc.  Mukilteo, WA  300,001 – 500,000
 Baker Electric, Inc.  Escondido, CA  700,001 – 1 million
 Dynamic Systems, Inc.  Austin, TX  Over 1 million

   

Second Place Construction Safety Excellence Award winners:
 Company City, State Category 
Division: Highway & Transportation     
 J.D. Abrams  Austin, TX  Over 1 million
 Division: Municipal & Utility    
 Slayden Construction Group  Stayton, OR  100,001 – 300,000
 Division: Building    
 Cox Construction Company  Vista, CA  Under 100,000
 Inline Commercial Construction, Inc.  Aloha, OR  100,001 – 250,000
 T.B. Penick & Sons, Inc.  San Diego, CA  250,001 – 450,000
 McCarthy Building Company  San Diego, CA  1,250,001 – 4 million
 Division: Federal & Heavy    
 Syblon Reid  Folsom, CA  100,001 – 300,000
 Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.  Oakland, CA  300,001 – 700,000
 W.T. Byler  Houston, TX  Over 1 million
 Division: Construction Management    
 Blaine Construction Corporation  Knoxville, TN  Under 500,000
 Lend Lease  Nashville, TN  500,000+
 Division: Specialty    
 Sherwood Mechanical, Inc.  San Diego, CA  100,001 – 300,000
 T.J. Wies Contracting, Inc.  Lake St. Louis, MO  300,001 – 500,000
 T.P. Mechanical Contractors  Cincinnati, OH  700,001 – 1 million
 Nooter Construction Company  St. Louis, MO  Over  1 million
 
Third Place Construction Safety Excellence Award Winners:
 Company City, State  Category 
 Division: Highway & Transportation    
 Northern Improvement Company  Fargo, ND  Over 1 million
 Division: Building    
 Haren-Laughlin Construction Company  Lenexa, KS  Under 100,000
 Cadence McShane Construction  Dallas, TX  100,001 – 250,000
 Structure Tone - Southwest  Dallas, TX  250,001 – 450,000
 Okland Construction Company   Salt Lake City, UT  1,250,001 – 4 million
 Division: Federal & Heavy    
 Reyes Construction, Inc.  Pomona, CA  100,001 – 300,000
 Division: Construction Management    
 Anslow Bryant Construction  Houston, TX  Under 500,000
 Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc.  Houston, TX  500,000+
 Division: Specialty    
 Metropolitan Glass, Inc.  Denver, CO  100,001 – 300,000
 Cobra Building Envelope Contractors, Inc.  Spokane, WA  300,001 – 500,000
 McKinney Drilling Company  Delmont, PA  700,001 – 1 million
 Cupertino Electric  San Jose, CA  Over 1 million

 
AGC annually participates in National Work Zone Awareness Week to highlight the dangers motorists not obeying speed limits or not staying alert in highway construction work zones pose for construction workers. This year's National Work Zone Awareness Week will take place April 6-12, 2014, with the theme "Work Zone Speeding - A Costly Mistake." To get a better handle on the impact of vehicle crashes at AGC member work sites, we have prepared a brief survey and encourage you to take a few minutes to complete it today. AGC will be releasing the survey results as part of Work Zone Awareness Week events. The deadline to complete this survey is Monday, March 31.

Please click here to access the survey.

Should you have any questions, please contact Brian Deery, AGC's senior director of the Highway & Transportation Division, at deeryb@agc.org or (703) 837-5319. Thank you in advance.
 
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