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Faith Technologies Earns Construction Safety Excellence Grand Award from Associated General Contractors of America

Menasha, Wis. (April 21, 2020) – Faith Technologies, a leading electrical planning, engineering, design and installation contractor, was awarded the 2020 Grand Award for Construction Safety Excellence from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). This year, 120 contractors competed for the national award, widely recognized as the most prestigious safety award within the construction industry.

As the winner in the award’s Specialty Contractor division, Faith Technologies competed with other category winners through in-person presentations at the 2020 AGC Annual Convention.

According to AGC, the award program is the industry’s elite safety excellence awards program for companies of all sizes and occupational divisions. The Construction Safety Excellence Awards recognize those construction companies that excel at safety and health performance, examining each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control.

To be recognized for the award, Faith Technologies was closely evaluated for management’s commitment to safety, active employee participation in safety programs, thorough safety training, work-site hazard identification and control methods, and innovation in its safety programs. Faith previously earned this award in 2010 for its strong commitment to an above-and-beyond approach to safety and health training for its employees.

“This recognition is something we work to earn every day,” said Mike Jansen, CEO of Faith Technologies. “I know that our team carries a fierce passion and desire for safety so their co-workers, friends and clients can all go home to their families each day. We are very proud of this award and the acknowledgment from AGC.

Faith Technologies completed more than 7.6 million hours worked in 2019 with a total recordable incident rate (TRIR) of 0.42, and completed more than 25,000 safety audits. The company conducts daily operational risk management briefings on all job sites, and employees participate in week-long national training sessions every year.