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Mission Statement

Maximize customer satisfaction by providing the highest levels of safety, quality, and service, while maintaining personal and professional integrity, leading to employee fulfillment and company profit.

Core Values

Integrity

Profit should be the result of good business.  We say what we mean and do what we say, inspiring trust in our customers, our partners, and our employees.  We strive to “do

 the right thing” in all situations.

Safety

No job is more important that YOU.  Safety is our culture, a value incorporated into every decision.  Through our award-winning safety program, we work hard to ensure all employees return home every day without a scratch, and we believe every employee is accountable for that goal.

Quality

We are committed to doing things right and will not sacrifice quality to save time, meet a schedule, or lower a price.  Our comprehensive training programs and extensive supplier network allow the men and women who lead the charge to keep quality at the forefront of what we do.

Service

Our team works hard to anticipate needs and react quickly to exceed those expectations.  Through professionalism, consistent communications, and friendliness, we strive to provide a superior experience for our customers as well as our fellow employees.  We want our clients to ask for us and our employees to stay with us.

President’s Message

2018 Q1 Safety Stars!

Posted: 04/19/18 By: Megan Knoll, Dir of Marketing

Working at heights, training, possible asbestos, and even icicles!

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Q4 2017 Safety Star Winners

Posted: 02/02/18 By: Megan Knoll, Dir of Marketing

Announcing our final safety star winners from 2017!

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Toolbox Talk

Heat Stress and Related Illnesses

Posted: 06/25/18 By: Megan Knoll, Dir of Marketing

Higher temperatures can lead to heat-related illnesses. Learn to recognize the symptoms and catch them early.

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Hearing Protection

Posted: 06/18/18 By: Megan Knoll, Dir of Marketing

Although noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupation illnesses, it is often ignored because there are no visible effects.

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