Company's Midwest East Division continues to set milestones within construction industry
Union, Illinois (Aug. 31, 2017) – Nationwide utility contractor INTREN continues to exceed industry standards in construction safety by breaking a two-year incident-free record by its Midwest East Division (MWE), which serves utilities in Ohio and the surrounding states.
The company refuses to cut corners on safety and remains focused on its well thought-out, proactive approach to training and reporting. "It starts at the top", states Brian Carlin, Midwest East Division Account Manager. "INTREN has a strong, committed leadership who continue to encourage an engaged and empowered team."
The responsibility for improvements is both organizational and personal, infused with a strong flavor of servant leadership in being a brother's keeper. Dennis Bednarski, INTREN's Regional Vice President-Midwest echoes Carlin's statement: "Our safety efforts are aligned with our strategic plan. Because we have an established foundation for safety, we continue to improve and encourage active engagement of teams across all departments and offices throughout the company."
Due to the complex and demanding environment, systems have been designed to protect against human error through daily onsite briefings. These briefings review customer deliverables and expectations and always include a thorough review of safety protocol. The results have enabled INTREN to successfully meet the demands of the industry with an exceptional level of service and performance that aids in decreasing interruptions and lowering overall costs for their customers.
The MWE Division Civil Department employees delivered over 75,500 man-hours to achieve this remarkable accomplishment seldom seen in the utility construction industry.
Moving into 2018, the company continues to partner with its customers keeping pace with advancing challenges and industry technologies as they follow their motto to "OutPerform. Everyday."