AGC MA Announces Safety Awards Recipients

AGC MA Safety Awards

Wellesley, MA – Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA) held its annual Safety Breakfast Awards program on June 17 to honor 32 AGC member firms for their outstanding commitment to safety in 2021 in the commercial construction industry.

Weston & Sampson’s Peter Kolokithas and Mick Brown accept an AGC Safety Award.

The National Safety Award recognizes firms that have developed and successfully implemented industry-leading safety standards across their portfolio of work. The award program incentivizes construction firms to evaluate and improve existing safety standards. To qualify for a Safety Award, an AGC-member firm must participate in the AGC Safety Awards Program for three consecutive years and have either zero lost-day incidence cases, or an average incidence case rate 25% below the average rate of all firms that participate in that division.

The 2021 recipients include:

Bond Civil and Utility Construction, Inc.
Citywide Contracting, LLC
Colantonio, Inc.
Commodore Builders
Construction Coordinators, Inc.
D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc.
Erland Construction, Inc.
Ernest Guigli & Sons, Inc.
F.W. Madigan Company, Inc.
G. Greene Construction Co., Inc.
Gilbane Building Company
Lee Kennedy Co., Inc.
M.L. McDonald Drywall
Sea-Dar Construction
Senate Construction Corp.
Shawmut Design and Construction
Siena Construction Corporation
Tocci Building Corporation
W.S. Kenney Co. Inc.
W.T. Rich Company, Inc.
Walsh Brothers, Inc.
Weston & Sampson, Inc.

Mark Fisher (center) accepts the award for Construction Coordinators.

The AGC MA Merit Awards honor companies who met the AGC of America criteria, but did not submit three consecutive years and/or companies who were very close to hitting AGC of America criteria.

The 2021 recipients include:

Bond Building Construction, Inc.
C.E. Floyd Company, Inc.
Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
Dimeo Construction Company
Elaine Construction Company, Inc.
John Moriarty & Associates, Inc.
TG Gallagher
Central Ceilings, Inc.

This year the Clifford E. Simmons Award was given to Construction Coordinators, LLC for achieving the best safety record closest to, but not over, 100,000 of recorded hours.