NCM NAMED ONE OF NATION’S SAFEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES OF 2011Receives Associated General Contractors of America Construction Safety Excellence Award
(April 2, 2012) SNOQUALMIE, Wash. -- NCM, the nation’s premier provider of demolition and remediation services,announced today it received a 2011 Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). The award identifies 35 contractors annually as the nation’s safest construction firms based on the strength of their safety programs and overall safety performance.
“This award reflects the everyday commitment we make to the safety of our employees, customers and the communities in and around our job sites, here in the Northwest as well as across the country,” said John Hennessy, Chairman, Board of Directors, NCM. “The 2011 AGC National CSEA award is truly exceptional. We see it as further validating our commitment to safety and the recognition we’ve been honored to receive for our safety programs over the years.”
“Firms like these are setting the highest standard of safety for the construction industry,” said Kristine Young, the association’s past president and the CEO of Des Moines, Iowa-based Miller the Driller. “These firms have found a way to make every single employee a zealous advocate for workplace safety.”
NCM was recognized for being dedicated to the development and implementation of premier safety and loss prevention programs. The CSEA award-winner also demonstrated outstanding leadership in safety and occupation health management, risk control, safety training, work site hazard identification and control, and safety program innovation.
NCM is the nation’s premier provider of demolition and remediation services with 23 offices nationwide, more than 2,000 employees and more than $250 million in annual sales. With its expanded geographic reach and scope of services, NCM offers a single-source contracting option for all scales and complexities of environmental remediation and precision demolition projects, including plant decommissioning, abatement, commercial development services, and asset recovery. Well-capitalized and with a nationally-recognized safety record, NCM has one of the industry’s largest bonding capacities. This, and its three decades of on-the-ground expertise, allows NCM to serve even the largest and most complex commercial, industrial and government projects across the US. All of NCM’s services are provided through two separate operating entities. More information about the company, its extended capabilities, and more than one billion dollars in cumulative work, is available via the web at www.ncmgroup.com.
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