HAMILTON, ONT. — The Hamilton-Halton Construction Association has announced the winners of its annual Safety Awards and also unveiled its newest hall of fame member, former Hamilton city councillor Lloyd Ferguson.
The award winners will be recognized at the HHCA’s annual general meeting and dinner to be held Feb. 23. The awards are based on injury data from 2021/2022.
Forty-two HHCA members earned a score of 1.0 or less. The awards are sponsored by HHCA member Lawrie Insurance Group.
The winners are:
- 500,000 average hours worked and over: Alberici Constructors, AlumaSafway Inc., York1, Fer-Pal Construction Limited, L.J. Barton Mechanical, Sobotec Ltd., Soletanche Bachy Canada Inc., The State Group Inc., Walter’s Field Services Inc.
- 250,000 to 499,999 average hours worked: Besseling Mechanical Inc., Cahill Electric Inc., Fairway Electrical Services Incorporated, GRRC Roofing, Inscan Contractors Inc., Ira McDonald Construction Limited, John Kenyon Limited, King Paving and Construction Limited, Landon Mechanical Inc., McGowan Insulations Ltd., Modern Niagara Southwestern Ontario Inc., Schreiber Brothers Limited, WM Groves Limited
- 100,00 to 249,999 average hours worked: Apollo Concrete Contracting, Burlington Paving Company Limited, Demik Construction, G.S. Wark Limited, GEN-PRO, Grace Instrumentation & Controls Ltd., Hoffer Mechanical Company Limited, Paulsan Construction Inc, Pro Insul Limited, Ron Lee Construction Inc., Trisect Construction Corporation, TRP Construction General Contractors, Westwood Painting Services
- 30,000 to 99,999 average hours worked: B & G Roofing and Sheet Metal Inc, Bestco Construction (2005) Ltd., Regional Disposal Services Inc, Three Seasons Landscape Group Inc.
- 6,000-29,999 average hours worked: ENR Roofing, Hall Construction
- 5,999 and less average hours worked: GTA Commercial Painting.
Ferguson, a construction industry veteran, will also be inducted into the HHCA Construction Hall of Fame at the annual dinner.
Ferguson spent 32 years with Dufferin Construction, was a city councillor from 2006 to 2022 and dedicated much of his time and expertise to industry associations, stated a release.