Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction recently received a 2016 Safety Award from Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin. This is the third consecutive year, and eighth time since 2008, that Hoffman has received the AGC recognition.
“Hoffman is extremely proud to have received the Safety Award from AGC, having had zero lost time accidents and zero incidents last year,” said Terry Ellenbecker, vice president of field operations. “Safety is part of our corporate culture at Hoffman and is embraced from the top down throughout our construction sites. Receiving this award helps to demonstrate our commitment to safety excellence.”
The AGC Safety Award recognizes those Wisconsin construction companies that have a zero lost time incident rate in a calendar year, or have an incident rate that is 25 percent below the construction industry average provide by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Hoffman received its latest AGC Safety Award in the same year it’s celebrating 125 years of Hoffman tradition. Having entered the construction industry in 1892, Hoffman remained a family-led business through four generations. That changed in 2012 when six members of the Hoffman management team formed Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. and purchased the assets of Hoffman, LLC.
Landmark area projects that Hoffman has completed through the years include the U.S. Venture headquarters, Valley Fair Shopping Center, the CopperLeaf Boutique Hotel & Spa, The Heritage-Peabody Manor, The Renaissance Center (Oshkosh), Homeless Connections (formerly ESFV), the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross Motherhouse (Bay Settlement) and the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel (Oshkosh).