WORKSAFE reaches a new milestone

C.F. Evans is thrilled to announce that it has been 7 years since our last lost time incident! By keeping safety front and center in all our processes and procedures, safety is truly a state of mind at our firm. We are proud of the efforts our employees make on a daily basis to keep everyone on their job site’s safe and congratulate them on a job well done! Here are two articles, one written in Fall 2014 and one from the Summer of 2013, that describe our WORKSAFE program and its importance to our firm.

In our most recent safety news:

On January 16, 2015, Steve Dorn and the Silos II Team in Charlotte, NC were presented the C.F. Evans Construction President’s Safety Award for demonstrating safety excellence. Steve and his team have done an outstanding job of implementing our safe work practices, supporting our safety culture and providing a safe work environment for all the workers on his site. He’s successfully completed his OSHA 30 Hour training while simultaneously orchestrating the complexities of running an efficient and productive site. On the last twelve monthly safety visits Steve scored an impressive 99.9 average overall on his safety inspections.

 Steve Dorn receiving the C.F. Evans President’s Safety Award from Safety Coordinator Hank Rhame.

Steve Dorn receiving the C.F. Evans President’s Safety Award from Safety Coordinator Hank Rhame.

Allison Fultineer, Lockton Company’s Loss Control Consultant for Simpson Housing had to say this about Steve’s safety performance: “I have worked with Steve Dorn on the Silos II project for the past year. Steve has established himself as a safety leader on this project. He handles any project safety concern with a positive attitude and is quick to diffuse the situation. He has an ability to relate to the subcontractor employees and ensures everyone is responsible for their own safety and the safety of others. He holds all site employees accountable for their actions. Managing multiple subcontractors and tier-contractors can be challenging, but Steve has proven that with the right attitude and approach, a project really can work as one for the goal of safety, quality, and schedule. He truly has instilled the core values of C.F. Evans – dedication, integrity, respect, partner relationship, teamwork, and accountability – into his work as Superintendent at Silos II.”

The Silos II team members are: David Summers, Division Manager; Brandon Bozard, Project Manager; Ryan Igo, Assistant Project Manager; Steve Dorn, Superintendent; Andy Rankin, Assistant Superintendent; Harold Guidry, Assistant Superintendent and Melissa O’Neill, Field Office Assistant.