Four companies have advanced to the Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) finals at the AGC of America 95th Annual Convention in Las Vegas.
The CSEA is an effort by AGC of America to recognize companies who have developed and implemented excellent safety and loss prevention programs achieved through management commitment, employee involvement, and program innovation. There are two ways member firms can enter into the CSEA competition: they can enter the competition on their own or be nominated by their chapter. Each year the Oregon-Columbia Chapter nominates recipients of our Recognition of Safety Excellence (ROSE) Award, which are recognized at the chapter’s Annual Business Meeting in January. This year’s four CSEA finalists received the ROSE Award and were nominated by the chapter.
- Advanced American Construction, Inc. – GC Heavy Div. 100K to 300K work hours
- Slayden Construction Group, Inc. – GC Municipal Div. – 100K to 300K work hours
- INLINE Commercial Construction, Inc. – GC Building Div. 100K to 250K work hours
- Hamilton Construction Company – GC Highway Div. 300K to 700K work hours
These four Oregon-Columbia Chapter members have worked very hard to get to the finals, and will be judged against other top companies from across the nation. They will be competing March 1–5.
We will post the competition results are soon as they are announced.