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HOUSTON, TX. (May 12, 2021) Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. ( Vice President John Marshall has been named Director, Centers of Excellence (COE), strengthening the direction in how the company intends to expand and diversify its existing portfolio.   

With an eye on long-term growth and enhanced market opportunity, S&P established Centers of Excellence earlier this year in Education, Aviation, Healthcare, Mission Critical and Multi-Family. The new COEs are led by industry experts and complement the company’s existing robust portfolio in the Commercial and Industrial segments.  Marshall most recently has been leading the Education COE on behalf of S&P and will continue to do so in his expanded role. 

“John has been instrumental in the development of this company over the years," said Satterfield & Pontikes President Clay E. Morel.  “His appointment to oversee all of our Centers of Excellence, including in Education construction where he has deep expertise, indicates our enormous confidence in his abilities to lead teams of subject matter experts and identify opportunities with our long-term goals for sustainable growth.”

As the company’s COE Director, Marshall will continue to serve as a technical expert for S&P’s educational clients while working with the company’s other COE leaders to align market intelligence, client management, strategic alliances and community involvement.


 OSHA FAQ'S on Recording Adverse Reactions of

COVID-19 Vaccine 

AGC has proposed that any adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine as a result of these owner or client policies should not be recorded on the contractor’s OSHA 300 Log. The potential recordability when contractors simply recommend employees to receive the vaccine and not mandate it is also of concern. In their FAQs, OSHA states that adverse reactions to recommended COVID-19 vaccines may be recordable; however, this is counter to their existing recordkeeping regulations, which state that injuries or illnesses resulting solely from voluntary participation in a wellness program or a medical activity such as a flu shot is not a recordable incident.  

For more information realted to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19: Construction Industry Resources page.


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