Bob Moore Construction

Staff | September 28, 2010

Bob Moore Construction has been accepted as a member of the OSHA Local Partnership program, one of only five general contractors in north and east Texas to earn this recognition.

The OSHA Partnership is a program that grants authority for more self-governance to a select group of general contractors that have demonstrated their commitment to the spirit and the letter of OSHA requirements. Bob Moore Construction is a recipient of the QUOIN/AGC General Contractor of the Year Award and the QUOIN/AGC Summit Award for Construction Excellence.

Prior to 2003, OSHA provided a state-level partnership program for general contractors based on their safety program and workers' compensation claims. In 2003, OSHA worked with QUOIN, the local chapter of The Associated General Contractors of America, to implement a new, more stringent local partnership program. All local partners are reassessed for program eligibility on an annual basis.

"We expect safety to be a core value for anyone who works on our job sites," said Ed McGuire, vice president of Construction for Bob Moore Construction. "Thanks to the efforts of Dino Sideris and our superintendents, Bob Moore Construction continues to be a recognized leader in construction safety in north Texas."