Safety isn’t just something we do. It’s who we are.

It’s our mission to protect everyone related to a project from injury — employees, subcontractors and any site visitors. That requires more than compliance with safety regulations. It means creating an atmosphere where safety is at the forefront of all that we do. Where everyone’s got each other’s back and a culture of caring is established. Where planning, training and teamwork make safety a state of mind.

That’s why we’ve developed SafeThinking — a comprehensive program designed to help us achieve zero injuries or incidents on the job. SafeThinking includes:

  • Leadership commitment to eliminating incidents
  • A dedicated team of safety experts
  • Management engagement and conversations with the workforce
  • Continuous positive reinforcement for safe behaviors and hazard recognition
  • Planning efforts, processes and checklists that minimize on-the-job risks
  • Ongoing hazard assessments to ensure safe practices
  • Communication and training activities that educate the workforce on hazards at work and at home
  • Utilization of predictive technology and analytics to prevent incidents before they happen

SafeThinking is a way of life. It’s an attitude we bring to everything we do, no matter the task. And it’s a commitment that’s earned us continuous recognition from construction safety leaders across the country.

Zero Today: Eliminating Injuries One Day at a Time

Achieving an injury-free workplace starts today. We do this by approaching safety from a new perspective. It goes beyond focusing on the dangers associated with the tools and equipment we use. It’s about a commitment to eliminating the dangers we don’t see.

Our goal each day is to have ZERO:

  • Shortcuts
  • Distractions
  • Re-work
  • Near misses
  • Injuries

We believe in focusing on the task at hand, planning and re-planning if conditions change, acknowledging the dangers that exist and addressing them together. Today.


Achievements in Safety

  • Developed award-winning SafeThinking training programs, including eye protection, 100 percent fall prevention, bloodborne pathogen/infection control measures and hotwork fire prevention procedures and training
  • Received Honorable Mention for achievements in Construction Industry Safety Excellence from the Construction Users Roundtable (2017)
  • Received the Thomas J. Reynolds Award for construction safety and health from The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) based on our low DART rate of 0.00 (2015)
  • Awarded the AGC of Wisconsin 2015 Safety Excellence Award based on our low number of incident rates per our number of working hours
  • Recognized for exceptional safety by the Construction Industry Safety Excellence awards program (2014)
  • Received the President’s Safety Award from the Construction Employers Association of California (2013, 2014, 2015)
  • Created innovative Continuous Safety Improvement Program
  • Achieved 4 million work hours without a lost-time accident (2011)

Keeping safety on our minds

Part of creating a safety mindset is constant communication. Here is an example of how we’re keeping safety on the radar.


Job Site Safety Communications

Our job site safety communications campaign serves as a powerful everyday reminder of safe practices in all situations. Finding ways to continually improve safe operations is getting us closer to our goal of an injury-free workplace.