May 27, 2014
Nine Wagman Employees Recognized for Safety Record by MTBMA
(York, PA) The Maryland Transportation Builders and Materials Association (MTBMA) held their second annual Contractor Supervision Recognition Safety Awards banquet on April 25th to recognize accident-free performances during the 2013 calendar year. Nine Wagman employees were recognized for their leadership which was responsible for maintaining accident-free worksites on Wagman’s Maryland 4 Over Maryland 223 Bridge project in Upper Malboro, Maryland. Wagman provided over 29,000 man-hours to this project with zero lost time/recordable injuries and zero liability accidents.
The Wagman supervisors who received the award were: Michael Benney, Dwight Burk, Felipe Florez, Brian Hyde, Andrew Michenzi, Octavio Resendez, Johnny Tripplett, Steve Whitsell and Steve Wood.
For more information about Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Associations (MTBMA), please visit http://www.mtbma.org/
G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. was founded in 1902 and continues on today as a fourth generation, family-owned general contracting business headquartered in York, PA. With offices in Pennsylvania and Virginia, G.A. & F.C. Wagman, Inc. is a heavy civil contractor and has grown to become a nationally recognized leader within the industry. Wagman’s core competencies include: design-build, bridges, marine construction, structures, highways, excavation, drainage, modified concrete, shotcrete and geotechnical construction services. For more information about Wagman, please visit www.wagman.com.
For media inquiries please contact Lisa Wagman Glezer 717.577.4252
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