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AGC of California's First Place Safety Awards of Excellence Winners

AGC of California honored California construction companies and individuals for their commitment to safety.

AGC of California honored California construction companies and individuals for their commitment to safety, handing out a variety of awards during the 27th Annual Safety Awards of Excellence luncheon on October 23, 2014. The awards were presented in various occupational categories including, Building, Heavy/Civil/Highway, and Specialty and were organized by the number of work hours covered and work completed the prior year. The following represent AGC of California's First, Second and Third Place Safety Awards of Excellence winners;

Building Division Under 200,000 worker hours – Unger Construction
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division Under 200,000 worker hours – NOVA Group Inc
Building Division 200,001 – 500,000 worker hours – Blach Construction
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division 200,001 – 500,000 worker hours – Steve P. Rados, Inc.
Specialty Division Under 500,000 worker hours – B.T. Mancini Co., Inc.
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division 500,000-1 Million worker hours – Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.

Second Place Safety Awards of Excellence winners include:
Building Division Under 200,000 worker hours – Alston Construction Company, Inc.
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division Under 200,000 worker hours – American Paving Co.
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division Under 200,001 – 500,000 worker hours – W.M. Lyles Co.
Specialty Division Under 500,000 worker hours – Lyles Mechanical Co.
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division 500,001 – 1 Million worker hours – Griffith Company
Building Division Over 1 Million worker hours – Swinerton Builders
Specialty Division 500,001 – 1 Million worker hours – Underground Construction Company, Inc.
Specialty Division Over 1 Million worker hours – Clark Pacific

Third Place Safety Awards of Excellence winners include:
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division Under 200,000 worker hours – Myers and Sons Construction, LP
Heavy/Civil/Highway Division 201,000 – 500,000 worker hours – Syblon Reid