AP Midwest's 2019 Subcontractor Safety Award Winners

First Quarter 2019 Subcontractor Safety Award Program Winner

Subcontractor: Egan Company

AP Project: University of Minnesota – Moos Tower 1,000 Ton Chiller Addition

Safety Highlights: Egan Company was a big part of identifying the lead issue at Moos Tower. They asked the right questions, which guided the project team to identify the problem and implement a solution.

www.eganco.com

Second Quarter 2019 Subcontractor Safety Award Program Winner

Subcontractor: Lloyd’s Construction

AP Project: Castle Elementary School

Safety Highlights: Lloyd’s Construction has done a very good job of dust control and monitoring carbon monoxide. They did a great job of keeping their work site clean and orderly.

www.lloyds-construction.com

 

Third Quarter 2019 Subcontractor Safety Award Program Winner

Subcontractor: Progressive Building Systems

AP Project: Hope Academy Phase II

Safety Highlights: Progressive Building Systems (PBS) worked at heights on this entire project and access to their work areas was difficult. During the superintendent’s daily check-in with PBS, he did not recall ever having to ask them to tie off, wear PPE, or clean up. Also, quality was one of the top traits of this crew. This was not an easy scope of work and they hit it out of the park! This was a job well executed by PBS and would recommend them on future AP projects.

www.pbsmetals.com

 

Fourth Quarter 2019 Subcontractor Safety Award Program Winner

Subcontractor: Olympic Companies

AP Project: LakeHaus

Safety Highlights: The AP project team is very pleased with the professionalism and integrity that Olympic has shown while working at LakeHaus. Olympic has been flawless at maintaining equipment inspections and daily pre-tasks for their day-to-day operations. This includes their morning routine to inform the crew of the tasks for the day. They do a great job communicating where they are going to be working, what they will be doing onsite and the hazards associated with the specific task. Also, their stretching program has been consistent and concise.

AP has not had an issue with anyone from the Olympic crew regarding PPE. When the AP team makes a safety recommendation, Olympic promptly addresses the concern. Olympics’ team of 27 individuals have been working at a rapid pace without incident.

www.olympiccompanies.com

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