Using a combination of institutional and behavioral methods to create a safe environment, we build a strong sense of respect for a work site’s unique challenges; we use both incentives and training to eliminate at-risk behavior. While OSHA standards are the basic building blocks of our safety plan, we continually strive to surpass them in our quest for zero Incidents.
We bring this culture of safety to all of our projects. We have found that safe projects are positive places to work. They are better organized, cleaner and more likely to stay on schedule. Our safety culture promotes an environment where workers know that they matter and are empowered to create a safer workplace.
Our management and employees are committed to quality and the philosophy of continuous improvement in everything we do. We ensure achievement of the highest level of quality starting with project planning through final completion.
Our objective is to build safe and operable facilities while avoiding errors and non-conformities that adversely impact cost and schedule. We remain dedicated to quality; staying well-informed of developments in quality management to ensure that our team members remain focused on quality.
Experience has taught us that unique conditions exist in each of the markets we serve. Quality procedures used in constructing a hospital, for example, differ from those necessary to build a power generation plant. For this reason, our procedures encompass an array of individual quality standards and guidelines carefully selected to create a best-in-class performance for our clients in each market.
By drawing on lessons we have learned in multiple markets, we have built a diverse body of knowledge that enables us to bring quality to every project we perform.