CCC Wins Two Zero Injury Safety Awards for GM Projects

CCC was recently presented two awards at the 15th Annual Zero Injury Safety Awards ceremony held on October 22 at the historic National Building Museum in Washington D.C. from the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC). The Bronze Star went to the Hamtramck Assembly Center project in Hamtramck, Michigan in conjunction with General Motors (owner-client) and Michigan Building Trades Council (union) for having logged 216,331 work hours with zero injuries. The Certificate of Merit went to the CET Romulus Engine Plant project in Romulus, Michigan for logging 59,331 work hours with zero injuries again in conjunction with General Motors (owner-client) and the Michigan Building Trades Council (union).

The Zero Injury Safety Awards is the most prestigious safety awards program in the construction industry. Each award recognizes an alliance between owner-clients, signatory contractors, and local and international unions who work together to achieve zero injuries on their industrial construction and maintenance projects. The Bronze Star category is for injury-free projects between 200,000 to 499,999 work hours, and the Certificate of Merit category recognizes projects between 50,000 and 199,999 work hours performed without a recordable injury.

In attendance from CCC to receive the awards were Mike Ivkov, Steve Wall, Justin Colburn and Shawn Long (pictured from left to right), and representing General Motors was Gerald Patterson and Dave Wilker (not pictured).

This award is not new to CCC; we also won in 2012, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 and 2003. It is nice to win awards, but we are more proud of our employees who make safety a daily priority on each worksite.

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