SMACNA Awards Safety Excellence

September 22, 2005
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CHANTILLY, Va. - The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association (SMACNA) awarded 27 companies with the Safety Excellence Award 2005. First-place winners will be recognized during SMACNA's annual convention. The SMACNA Safety Excellence Award Program (SSEAP) allows SMACNA to track safety history. SSEAP also evaluates data and identifies safety trends recognizing SMACNA members with the lowest incident rates. More than 280 members responded to the survey logging a combined total of 57 million man-hours worked.

The 2005 award winners are: RHP Mechanical Systems, Reno, Nev.; MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions Inc., Seattle; J.B. Henderson Construction Co., Albuquerque, N.M.; Poynter Sheet Metal Inc., Bloomington, Ind.; Baker Group, Des Moines, Iowa; Ruthrauff Inc., McKees Rocks, Pa.; CCI Mechanical Inc., Salt Lake City; Straus Systems Inc., Stafford, Texas; Western Allied Corp., Santa Fe Springs, Calif.; Huxtable and Associates, Lawrence, Kan.; Lloyd's Refrigeration Inc., Las Vegas; Pahor Air Conditioning Inc., Las Vegas; Morris Sheet Metal Corp., Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Western Sheet Metal Inc., Salt Lake City; Mechanical Concepts Inc., Gary, Ind.; Lyon Sheet Metal Works, St. Louis; Griffin & Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.; S.P. McCarl & Company, Altoona, Pa.; Premier Mechanical Corp., Tempe, Ariz.; United Mechanical Inc., San Jose, Calif.; Eastern Air Balance, Elizabethtown, Pa.; A.G. Industries, Muskego, Wis.; Air Systems Balancing and Testing, Rush, N.Y.; G.E.S. Sheet Metal, Pomona, Calif.; SMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity; SMACNA of Western Pennsylvania; The Association of Mechanical & Sheet Metal Contractors of Kansas.

Publication date: 09/26/2005

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