Associated General Contractors Safety Award Winner // Maryland Construction Company

Comer Construction, Inc. is proud to announce we were recently awarded the Maryland Associated General Contractors (AGC) 2018 Safety Excellence Award, in recognition of our extraordinary 2018 Safety Performance in achieving zero lost time and a combined incident rate 58% below the Bureau of Labor Statistics average rate for its industry sector.

Maryland AGC is a trade association whose membership includes general contractors, construction managers, specialty contractors, and service and supplier companies supporting Maryland’s commercial construction industry.

As a leading site construction company serving the Greater Baltimore Region for more than 37 years, Comer Construction understands that the safety of our employees, subcontractors, visitors and the general public on our construction sites and in our offices is of utmost importance. Comer Construction has developed a reputation for excellence during our nearly four decades in business which is built upon strict adherence to a set of values: Safety, Integrity, Quality, Commitment and Teamwork.

Comer Construction was presented with the awards at this year’s Champions of Safety Awards Program on June 5, 2019, at the Winslow at the Parker Metal Building in Baltimore. Comer Construction’s Director of Safety, Timothy Kaptein, CSP, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

Since 1927, the Maryland AGC has brought a strong, influential, single voice to the industry and is one of 95 chartered chapters affiliated with AGC of America, representing over 26,500 members nationwide.  Members of Maryland AGC are also members of AGC of America. This affiliation affords Maryland AGC members an even stronger industry voice and broad access to services, resources, and activities available on a national level. Comer Construction became a member of the Maryland AGC in 2017.

Located in Harford County, Maryland, Comer Construction, Inc. is a women-owned site construction company, certified by the Maryland Department of Transportation as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and Small Business Enterprise (SBE).

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