Barton Malow Company received the Certificate of Merit for logging more than 75,000 safe work hours on the General Motors Duramax (DMAX) engine plant in Brookville, Ohio.
National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) has awarded Barton Malow Company the Certificate of Merit for logging more than 75,000 safe work hours on the construction of the General Motors Duramax (DMAX) engine plant in Brookville, Ohio. The company accepted the honor at the 21st annual Zero Injury Safety Awards (ZISA) Gala on Thursday, October 21, in Washington, D.C. This is the fourth-consecutive year Barton Malow Company has earned ZISA recognition.
Barton Malow Company provided Design-Build services on the 251,000-SF engine facility, which manufactures diesel engine components for GM’s Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickup trucks. The completed project brought about 100 jobs to boost the community’s economic recovery following destructive tornadoes that swept through the area.
Established in 2000 by NMAPC, ZISA is an annual recognition program celebrating the union contractors, labor representatives, and owner-clients who work together in a tripartite fashion to create injury-free construction job sites through a focus on safety. Today, ZISA is recognized nationwide as union construction and maintenance’s premier award for industrial safety.
Learn more about Barton Malow’s commitment to safety here.
See the full list of ZISA award winners here.