For the fourth consecutive year, Alterman, Inc. has been presented the Safe Specialty Contractor of the year award by the San Antonio Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).
The AGC award recognizes contractors and their commitment to safe work practices through management commitment and employee involvement. The San Antonio Chapter of AGC has 435 member firms including general contractors, specialty contractors, service providers and suppliers.
“We know that our commitment to safety not only determines our physical well being today, but also fuels Alterman’s reputation, our success and —as a result—the success of our projects,” said Guy Katz, director of safety. “We are personally invested in safety every day.”
Alterman participates in the national AGC Safety Training Program and is one of the oldest partners in the country with the Safety and Health Agreement Regarding Enforcement (SHARE) program sponsored by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Alterman’s incident rates have been well below the national average for the past three years, which is one of the reasons the company has won the Safe Specialty Contractor of the Year Award four times in a row. The award is based on a safety rate performance determined by OSHA standards as well as company safety policies and how they are enforced in the San Antonio construction industry.
Alterman has employs outstanding managers, electricians and technicians able to excel on projects of all sizes and complexity, including complete installation expertise, in-house design / build and Building Information Modeling (BIM), and fast-track.
Alterman is one of nine members of The Electric Roundtable whose members are the best and most respected of the more than 65,000 electrical contractors in America. Their goal is to lead the electrical construction industry through organizational optimization and cutting edge technology and processes. Working together they insure each company is committed to constant improvement and enhanced project delivery.