Minneapolis, MN – Aug. 18, 2009 – Adolfson & Peterson Construction’s (A&P) Midwest region recently surpassed a major construction milestone, working more than two million hours with no lost time accidents.
A&P’s regional safety success closely follows the company’s corporate achievement of working more than three million hours with no lost time accidents and supports its national goal to reach five million hours.
Senior vice president Dennis L. Mulvey, AIA credits employees, clients and the organization’s leadership team for reaching two million hours, an extraordinary achievement for a self-performing heavy concrete construction company.
An industry leader in safety, A&P is a Merit winner in ABC’s 2009 National Safety Award competition, having an EMR (experience modification rate) of 0.53 – half the industry average – and a recordable incident rate of zero. A&P also recently accepted the Governor’s Safety Award for excellence in workplace safety, as well as its fifth consecutive Construction Health and Safety Excellence (CHASE) Award.
A&P will celebrate its regional and corporate success Thursday, Aug. 27 at a safety event honoring and thanking its employees.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction is one of the top 50 construction companies in the U.S, providing construction management, design/build and general contracting services to public and private clients. A&P serves the K-12 school, energy, healthcare, higher education, municipal, multi-family, retail, and senior living market segments from their offices in Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas and Washington (Rushforth Construction, a wholly-owned subsidiary in Tacoma, Washington). Visit www.a-p.com.