Jordan Foster Construction Wins Safety Award

April 10, 2024
57 other firms were recognized for safety excellence.

Jordan Foster Construction was recognized for having the nation’s top construction safety and health program in 2023 by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). The association also named 57 other firms for their commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control.

AGC oversees the Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA), an annual ranking of construction safety and health programs.

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“The firms’ commitment to safety is lifesaving and we want to acknowledge and honor that achievement,” said Todd Roberts, SVP of AGC and president of ERS Inc. in Jackson, Mississippi, in a statement acknowledging Jordan Foster Construction.  “They are finding new, innovative and effective ways to overcome the construction industry’s safety and health challenges.”

Jordan Foster Construction was judged and selected as the grand award winner from among 21 first-place winners across six occupational divisions. There are multiple winners because the awards are distributed for several divisions and categories, based on the amount and type of work performed. The CSEA winners are selected by a panel of five independent safety and health professionals within the construction industry. Finals judging for the awards program took place during the contractors’ association’s annual convention in San Diego, California.

2024 CSEA Winners

Grand award

  • Jordan Foster Construction, highway and transportation division in the category of over 1 million work hours

Building division, by work hours

  • Rocky Bleier Construction Group, under 200,000
  • W.S. Bellows Construction, 200,000 - 500,000
  • JHL Constructors, 500,000 - 1 million
  • BNBuilders, 1 million - 2.5 million
  • Hensel Phelps, over 2.5 million

Construction management division, by work hours

  • Brookstone Construction, under 250,000
  • Bond Building Construction, 250,000 - 500,000
  • Choate Construction Co., over 500,000

Heavy division, by work hours

  • Phylway Construction, under 225,000
  • Kwest Group, 225,000 - 1 million
  • Wanzek Construction, over 1 million

Highway & transportation division, by work hours

  • Ed Bell Construction, under 400,000
  • Herzog Contracting Group, 400,000 - 1 million
  • Jordan Foster Construction, over 1 million

Utility infrastructure, by work hours

  • Slayden Constructors, under 250,000
  • PCL Construction, over 500,000

Specialty division, by work hours

  • Corner Stone Construction, under 175,000
  • Millis Development & Construction, 175,000 - 425,000
  • UMC, 425,000 - 1 million
  • Prism Electric, 1 million - 2 million
  • Faith Technologies, over 2 million
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Rod Sutton

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