Superior Construction celebrates Safety Award from Indiana Constructors
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Superior Construction celebrates Safety Award from Indiana Constructors

Superior Construction celebrates Safety Award from Indiana Constructors

Superior Construction, an American family-owned infrastructure contractor, is proud to receive a 2022 Silver Safety Program Award from Indiana Constructors, Inc. (ICI).

The annual distinction recognizes contractors with outstanding safety records that actively promote, protect and advance their employees’ well-being. Superior won the 2022 Silver Safety Program Award in the 500,000+ man-hour category.

Superior has received over two dozen ICI safety awards over the years across various categories. The recognition ranks contractors among the best in the state and proves their commitment to workplace safety. This year’s awards results were announced on December 2 during the annual ICI membership meeting and presented to several members of Superior’s Indiana branch, including Amy Henningfield, John Horvet, and Trent Becker.

“This latest achievement is only possible because each member of our safety team and crew has implemented the guidance our safety program provides. They’ve all made the commitment to caring for their colleagues’ well-being and their own, and for that, I am incredibly grateful,” said Trent Becker, Superior’s Midwest Regional Corporate Health, Safety & Environment Manager.

As Indiana’s chapter of Associated General Contractors of America and the Indiana affiliate of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, ICI is the voice of the highway, heavy and utility construction industry state-wide.

To qualify for an ICI safety award, companies must submit the last three years of their safety metrics, provide details on their internal safety programs, and answer multiple industry-specific questions regarding the company’s safety program and culture. A third-party committee reviews the applications to select the winners.

Safety is a key value and cornerstone of Superior Construction. The company’s experience modification rating (EMR) often ranks among the best in the industry, with an EMR of 0.65 in 2020.

from left to right are Amy Henningfield, John Horvet, and Trent Becker of Superior Construction, with Current ICI Chair Andy Brooks.
From left to right are Amy Henningfield, John Horvet, and Trent Becker of Superior Construction, with Current ICI Chair Andy Brooks.

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