Safety Awards AGC has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to safety in the construction workplace, and has continued to reinforce our credibility in the construction industry and safety communities. These prestigious awards and the public recognition that comes with them help propel AGC towards its goal of enhancing the public image of AGC and its members. Our award programs provide the opportunity to document our members’ achievements in safety, receive well-deserved recognition in the industry, and provide a competitive advantage. ROSE Award Click here for Rose Award Application The purpose of the Oregon-Columbia Chapter’s ROSE (Recognition of Safety Excellence) Award is to recognize chapter leaders who demonstrate safety excellence. The award process provides: Great tool to conduct a safety program self-evaluation. Excellent way to document safety achievements. Share company safety and health accomplishments with team members. Receive well-deserved peer recognition. The ROSE award is a stand-alone award, and is the initial step to participating in the AGC of America’s Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) competition. The process typically begins each year in October, and ROSE Awards are presented at the chapter’s annual business meeting each January. ROSE Award Recipients Congratulations 2020 ROSE Award Winners! The Grand ROSE Award Winner was announced at the Safety Breakfast at the 2021 Annual Business Meeting, February 5th, 2021. This years Grand ROSE Award winner is Colas Construction, Inc. Building Division Andersen Construction Company, LLC – First Place Building Division Over 300,000 hours worked Colas Construction – First Place Building Division Under 300,000 hours worked P&C Construction Company – Second Place Building Division Under 300,000 hours worked M B Structures, LLC (Bremik Construction, Inc.) – Third Place Building Division Under 300,000 hours worked Heavy Division Taylor Northwest, LLC – First Place Heavy Division Specialty Division Western Partitions, Inc. – First Place Specialty Division Over 500,000 hours worked JH Kelly, LLC – Second Place Specialty Division Over 500,000 hours worked Advanced Technology Group – First Place Specialty Division Under 500,000 hours worked Whitaker Ellis Builders, Inc. – Second Place Specialty Division Under 500,000 hours worked Fred Shearer & Sons, Inc. – Third Place Specialty Division Under 500,000 hours worked Utility Infrastructure Division Slayden Constructors – First Place Utility Infrastructure Division Congratulations 2019 ROSE Award Winners! Building Division JE Dunn Construction Company– First Place Building Division Over 200,000 hours worked MB Structures, LLC (Bremik Construction, Inc.) – Second Place Building Division Over 200,000 hours worked P&C Construction Company – First Place Building Division Under 200,000 hours worked INLINE Commercial Construction, Inc. – Second Place Building Division Under 200,000 hours worked Heavy Division Taylor Northwest, LLC – First Place Heavy Division Highway Division Knife River Materials – First Place Highway Division Specialty Division E C Company – First Place Specialty Division Over 500,000 hours worked Western Partitions, Inc. – Second Place Specialty Division Over 500,000 hours worked Mid-Valley Commercial Construction, Inc. – First Place Specialty Division Under 500,000 hours worked General Sheet Metal Works, Inc. – Second Place Specialty Division Under 500,000 hours worked Utility Infrastructure Division Coffman Excavation, Inc. – First Place Utility Infrastructure Division Vendor Supplier Division Star Rentals– First Place Vendor Supplier Division Outstanding Program Award 2019 The ROSE Award for Outstanding Program was announced at the Safety Awards Lunch at the Annual Business Meeting, January 24, 2020. This years Outstanding Program winner is JE Dunn Construction Company. Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) CSEA Application The purpose of AGC of America’s CSEA is to recognize construction companies with outstanding safety, health and risk management programs. Successful applicants’ safety culture will show evidence of the following: Management commitment to safety. Active employee participation. Safety training. Work site hazard identification and control. Safety program innovation. CSEA finalists are announced in January and compete at the AGC of America Annual Convention held in February. 2020 Local CSEA Recipients Congratulations to our local members who received CSEA Awards on March 11, 2020 at the AGC of America’s Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada JE Dunn Construction – First Place, Building Division, Over 2 million work hours P&C Construction – First Place, Building Division, Under 275,000 work hours General Sheet Metal Works Inc. – First Place, Specialty Division, 275,000 – 650,000 work hours Mid-Vally Commercial Construction – Second Place, Specialty Division, Under 275,000 work hours Coffman Excavation – Third Place, Utility Infrastructure Division Inline Commercial Construction Inc. – Third Place, Building Division, Under 225,000 work hours MB Structures, LLC (Bremik Construction, Inc.) – Third Place, Building Division, 225,000 – 400,000 work hours 2019 Local CSEA Recipients Congratulations to our local members who received CSEA awards on April 3, 2019 at the AGC of America’s Convention in Denver, Colorado P&C Construction – First Place, Construction Management Division, Under 400k hours Knife River Materials – Second Place, Highway & Transportation, Over 2 Million hours PRIDE Award The purpose of AGC Safety PRIDE (Program Recognition Indicating Dedication & Excellence) designation is to recognize members who are willing to continuously improve and who are innovative industry leaders in safety. This program is recognized by OR-OSHA under Program Directive A-264 (Focused Inspections in Construction). PRIDE Program Goals Publicly recognize employer achievement in attaining and maintaining effective safety management programs. Increase the number of employers with effective safety and health management programs. Assist participating employers in establishing self-sufficient safety and health management programs. Increase safe work environments for employees. Increase employee safety awareness. Decrease the number of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities affecting participating employers. Improve lost workday and incidence rates. Positively impact experience modification rates, resulting in reduced workers’ compensation costs. Limit OR-OSHA to Focused Inspections only of AGC Safety PRIDE-designated contractors. PRIDE Application Forms Safety PRIDE intro form Initial formal application form Written program audit form Jobsite audit form PRIDE Recipient List 2020 AC Schommer Advanced Technology Group Charter Mechanical Construction Coffman Excavation, Inc Colas Construction, Inc Colas Structures, LLC DeWitt Construction, Inc. Gerding Builders, LLC INLINE Commercial Construction JH Kelly, LLC Lakeside Industries Mid-Valley Commercial Construction The MEI Group Northwest Scaffold Services Perlo Construction, Inc. Solid Form Fabrication, Inc. Sprick Roofing TGC Structural Todd Hess Building Company PRIDE Recipient List 2019 AC Schommer & Sons, Inc. Coffman Excavation, Inc. Charter Mechanical Construction Colas Construction Colas Structures LLC Coral Construction Company DeWitt Construction, Inc. Fortis Constuction Gerding Builders, LLC Goodfellow Bros., Inc. Howard S. Wright a Balfour Beatty company INLINE Commercial Construction, Inc. JB Steel, Inc. Lakeside Industries Mid-Valley Commercial Construction, Inc. Northwest Scaffold Services Perlo Construction, Inc. Slayden Constuctors TGC Structural Todd Hess Building Company Western Partitions, Inc. Yorke & Curtis, Inc. Related Resources Safety & Health Council A series of new safety best practices are developed each year at the Safety Forum hosted by the Safety & Health Council. See what’s new » Safety Management Services Put our safety expertise to work! Contact AGC for safety advice » Safety Resources AGC has a handy list of all sorts of safety resources. See more safety resources available through AGC » Need more information about safety awards? Contact Dennis Barlow, director of Safety Services, for more information, 503-685-8328.