Maynard, MA – JM Coull announced that project executives Josh Brandt and Dan Cobb; superintendents Larry Mercier and Dave Simmons, and project manager Matt LaVangie attended a two-day training course to earn their Health Care Construction Certificates from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the American Hospital Association. ASHE certification demonstrates knowledge and understanding of best construction practices to protect patients from potentially life-threatening irritants and contaminants during active construction projects.
“Congratulations to all five on their ASHE certification and their continued commitment to excellence and safety,” said Christopher Oldman, COO and executive vice president responsible for the company’s safety training program that has earned numerous awards.
Most notable is JM Coull’s four consecutive Diamond Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) Awards by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).
Diamond is the highest level of safety that can be attained by contractors through ABC. JM Coull was the first contractor in New England to receive this honor.