ABC NH/VT honors Safety Award winners

Organization also recognizes leadership program graduates

Construction Safety. Protective Hard Hat, Headphones, Gloves And Glasses On Wooden Background, BannerTwenty-seven 27 companies and 34 individuals have been recognized by Associated Builders and Contractors of New Hampshire/Vermont for their commitment to safety and leadership.

The organization held its annual Construction Industry Safety Awards and Graduation Event on Sept. 24 to honor the safety records of top construction contractors in the two states. The event also served as graduation ceremony for 34 members of the association’s Future Leaders in Construction and Construction Supervision programs.

The ABC Future Leaders in Construction (FLiC) program is an eight month curriculum designed to teach conflict resolution skills and practical knowledge for being a leader on a jobsite. Also graduating were 11 people from the project Construction Supervision Certification program.

“Investing in developing the next generation of workforce leaders is the best investment any employer can make,” said Joshua Reap, president and CEO of ABC.

He also noted that contractors participating in the safety program logged a combined record-breaking 3.6 million hours worked in 2019, up from 2.7 million in 2018. He said there were zero fatalities and fewer “recordable cases,” which are defined by OSHA as incidents including medical treatment beyond first aid and injuries leading to restricted work.

Safety Award winners were:

SIC 15

Under 50,000 Personnel Hours

1st: TCD Construction

2nd: Meridian Construction

3rd: Turnstone Corp.

Most Improved

TCD Construction

Most Creative

TCD Construction

50,000 – 100,000 Personnel Hours

1st: ReArch Company

2nd: Eckman Construction

3rd: Fulcrum Associates

0 Lost Days- 2019

RM Piper

Fulcrum Associates

Eckman Construction

ReArch Company

Most Improved

RM Piper

Most Creative

ReArch Company

100,000 – 200,000 Personnel Hours

1st: Lewis Builders

2nd: North & South Construction Services

Over 200,000 Personnel Hours

1st: Procon

Most Creative


 SIC 16

 50,000 – 100,000 Personnel Hours

1st: St Pierre Inc.

2nd: Andrews Construction

0 Lost Days- 2019

St Pierre Inc.

Andrews Construction

1,000,000 + Personnel Hours

1st: Cianbro

0 Lost Days- 2019


SIC 17

Under 50,000 Personnel Hours

1st: All Bright Systems

2nd: Harry-O Electrical

3rd: FA Gray

0 Lost Days- 2019

All Bright Systems

Harry-O Electrical

FA Gray

Most Creative

FA Gray

50,000 – 100,000 Personnel Hours

1st: Construx Inc.

2nd: Damon Insulation

3rd: Rose Steel

0 Lost Days – 2019

Construx, Inc.

Most Improved

Construx, Inc.

300,000+ Personnel Hours

1st: Granite State Plumbing

2nd: EnviroVantage

3rd: Decco Inc.

0 Lost Days – 2019

Granite State Plumbing


Most Improved

Granite State Plumbing


1st: Novel Iron Works

2nd: LaValley Middleton Building Supply

Future Leaders in Construction

 Ryan Cove

Alec Boucher

Anthony Moglia

Claude G. Turcotte

Danielle L’Antigua

Elizabeth A. Morse

Jason Jarvis

Jay Weston

Jeffrey Comeau

John A. Boulé

Joseph L. Morasse, Jr.

Katharena I. Racine

Kevin Salemi

Mackenzie Kane

Marc Colcombe

Sabrina Garceau

Shari Durazzano

Stephen Knott

Steven Emerson

Sue Miller

Taylor McEwen

Thomas Cove

Tim Hatch

Construction Supervision Graduates

 Nathan K. Alander

Greg Boelzner

Samuel Brown

Eric Cheyne

Evan J. Cross

Jason Fortier

David Geddes

Nick Jewett

Robin Russell

Matthew Smith

Justin Tice

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