Findorff Earns High Marks for Safety
Company Accepts Safety Award from AGC of Wisconsin
April 29, 2016 (Madison, Wis.) – Findorff received the Safety Excellence Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin. This award recognizes construction firms with at least 4,000 work hours, no fatalities, and a low lost-time incident rate.
For years Findorff has been a trailblazer in safety. As early as 1954, the Company’s field workers were wearing hardhats before they were even required in the industry. Over 60 years later, Findorff continues to be a leader. As the Award exemplifies an ongoing commitment to safety and hard work, “Findorff is proud to again receive such high marks,” said Findorff’s Safety Director Sonny Femal. “Safety is at the core of everything we do. We continuously take proactive steps through preplanning and education to protect our field staff, subcontractors, clients, and the general public.”
“Our goal is to progressively enhance construction practices to make Findorff the safest contractor in the Midwest,” continued Femal. “Every day we commit ourselves to creating an atmosphere where all employees are involved in making safety one of their top priorities, both on and off the site. The most rewarding part is knowing our safety practices help ensure Findorff’s people can go home uninjured to their loved ones at the end of the day.”
Much gratitude goes out to everyone that makes Findorff’s sites safe, especially the Company’s dedicated field staff that withstands all four seasons to build the vital communities where we all live, work, and play.
About Findorff: Findorff is one of the Midwest’s leading builders, with offices in Madison and Milwaukee. Findorff currently employs an average of 700 construction professionals and tradespeople, and completes over $450 million in construction annually. For additional information, please visit www.findorff.com.
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