Firms Recognized at Nevada Chapter AGC Safety Awards

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Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. Takes Top Honor for Safety

As the summer construction season gets into full swing, the Nevada Chapter of the Associated General Contractors has recognized its most conscientious companies.

The Nevada Chapter held its 21st Annual Safety Awards on Thursday, May 31 at Eldorado Resort Casino.

More than 30 companies including building and engineering general contractors, specialty contractors and suppliers were recognized by the Nevada AGC for their safety records during the 2017 calendar year.

Also awarded was the prestigious Golden Hard Hat Award, which is given to the “Best of the Best” in safety — the highest score of all safety components.

2017 Safety Awards

Golden Hard Hat

Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc., Best Overall Safety Record 

Construction Manager

CORE Construction, Construction Manager Best Safety Record

Supplier

Bragg Crane Service, Supplier Best Safety Record

Specialty Contractor

  • Reno Concrete, Inc., Specialty Contractor Best Safety Record Under 50,000 hours
  • Southland Industries, Specialty Contractor Best Safety Record Over 50,000 hours
  • Helix Electric, Specialty Contractor Best Safety Record Over 100,000 hours
  • RHP Mechanical Systems, Specialty Contractor Best Safety Record Over 250,000 hours

General Contractor – Building

  • GuiDenby, Inc., General Contractor Building Division Best Safety Record Under 50,000 hours
  • Clark/Sullivan Construction, General Contractor Building Division Best Safety Record Over 50,000 hours
  • Frank Lepori Construction, Inc., General Contractor Building Division Best Safety Record Over 100,000 hours

General Contractor – Engineering

  • Gerhardt & Berry Construction, General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Under 50,000 hours
  • K.G. Walters Construction, Inc., General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Over 50,000 hours
  • Road & Highway Builders, LLC, General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Over 100,000 hours
  • A&K Earth Movers, Inc., General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Over 250,000 hours
  • Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc., General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Over 500,000 hours
  • Q & D Construction, General Contractor Engineering Division Best Safety Record Over 1 Million Hours
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National AGC Award Recipients (NASA):

  • Clark/Sullivan Construction
  • CORE Construction
  • Omboli Interiors, Inc.
  • PAR Electrical
  • Intermountain Electric, Inc.
  • J & J Mechanical, Inc.
  • JW McClenahan Co.
  • RHP Mechanical System
  • Sierra Nevada Construction

No Lost Time:

  • Basalite Concrete Products
  • Bragg Crane Service
  • Chicken Hawk Transport
  • Clark/Sullivan Construction
  • CORE Construction
  • Frank Lepori Construction, Inc.
  • Gerhardt & Berry Construction
  • GuiDenby, Inc.
  • Helix Electric
  • Intermountain Electric
  • J & J Mechanical, Inc.
  • J.W. McClenahan Co.
  • K.G. Walters Construction, Inc.
  • Komatsu Equipment Company
  • PAR Electrical Contractors, Inc.
  • PDM Steel
  • Pyramid Materials
  • Raglen System Balance
  • RHP Mechanical Systems
  • Reno Concrete, Inc.
  • Sierra Nevada Construction
  • Silver State Barricade & Sign
  • United Construction Company
  • VersaGrade, Inc.

About the AGC          

With over 300 member firms,  AGC represents nearly half of the Washoe County construction jobs. The Nevada Chapter AGC was formed in 1939 by a group of Nevadans intent on replacing the dangerous gravel roads that connected northern Nevada with pavement. They evolved into the modern AGC, whose goal is to use skill, integrity and responsibility to build a better community.

AGC membership has been the first to step up to be that good neighbor, including:

  • Donating labor and materials to local charity groups
  • Donating money for University of Nevada scholarships since 1963, now totaling more than $500,000
  • Supporting the Academy for Career Education (ACE) Charter High School which provides construction education curriculum for Washoe County students.
  • Providing disaster relief with equipment and manpower during times of flood and fire

The Nevada Chapter AGC has been active in national and regional construction issues including job site safety and worker health care, vocational education and recognizing the best in local building.  For more information, log on to www.NevadaAGC.org

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