AZCO's Job Site And Shop Safety Recognized Nationally

Staff | September 28, 2010

The Association of Union Constructors (TUAC) has awarded AZCO, Inc., Appleton, the Thomas J. Reynolds Award for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health, based on the company's 2007 safety record.

The award commends exceptional efforts made by TUAC members to prevent serious injury, or worse, on the job site.

Additionally, AZCO recently reached 3 million hours of work without a lost-time incident.

President Mark Loper and Safety Director Ted Carew recently recognized both the Xcel Comanche Station Project in Colorado and the Associated Electric Cooperative Mitchell Station Project in West Virginia for employees working 100,000 hours without an OSHA recordable incident.

The company is into the seventh year of its Zero Injury program, which originated with the Construction Industry Institute, a national consortium of owners, construction firms and engineering firms.

AZCO is an employee-owned, full-service industrial constructor-fabricator capable of self-performing a wide range of general construction and mechanical services. AZCO performs most of its work in the upper Midwest, serving the power generation, foundry, steel, manufacturing, and food and beverage industries.