MWH has been awarded third place in the Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). Following an oral presentation and interview with MWH Constructors Director of Operations, western region, John Cevaal, the firm was honored at the organization’s national conference in Palm Springs, Calif. The third place award was won in the Construction Management 500,000+ hours worked category.
Last month, MWH also received two safety awards for 2012 from the Colorado Contractor Association (CCA), a Colorado chapter of AGC, including the Zero Incidence Rate Award and Improved Safety Award.
Recognition by the Associated General Contractors of America at the national and local level is a great honor. MWH Constructors strives to maintain the highest standard of safety, and this award recognizes our efforts to make safety the highest priority on all of our projects.
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry and each year recognizes the nation’s ground-breaking projects and talented contractors. The Construction Safety and Excellence Awards (CSEA) honor companies developing and implementing superior safety and loss prevention programs through management commitment, employee involvement and program innovation.
Pictured above: Michael Moore accepts the 2013 AGC Construction Safety Excellence Award on behalf of MWH Constructors