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ABC Rocky Mountain Recognizes Members for Their Safety Efforts

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The Rocky Mountain Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors honored a number of its member companies for their safety successes on construction sites during the association’s Safety and Education Awards banquet on May 15. More than 165 ABC members and guests were in attendance at the Marriott City Center in downtown Denver.

Photo courtesy of ABC Rocky Mountain
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The winners were:

Most Improved Safety Program

• LEI Cos. Inc., Denver

Outstanding Safety Program for General Contractors

• Less than 150,000 man-hours: White Construction Group, Castle Rock

• 150,000 – 349,000 man-hours: Milender White Construction Co., Arvada

• 350,000 – 749,000 man-hours: San Juan Construction, Montrose

• 750,000 – 999,999 man-hours: Western Summit Constructors Inc., Englewood

• 1 million – 3 million man-hours: Casey Industrial, Westminster

• Over 3 million man-hours: Hensel Phelps, Greeley

Outstanding Safety Programs for Subcontractors

• Less Than 150,000 man-hours: EC Electric Inc., Grand Junction; and Metro Fence Co. Inc., Commerce City

• 150,000 – 249,000 man-hours: Piper Electric Co. Inc., Arvada

• 250,000 – 499,000 man-hours: MTech Mechanical, Denver

• 500,000 – 999,999 man-hours: Douglass Colony Group, Commerce City


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