• Over 1 million man-hours: LPR Construction Co., Loveland
Outstanding Safety Record—General Contractors
• Less than 50 employees: dcb Construction Co. Inc., Denver
• 50-99 employees: Milender White Construction Co., Arvada
• 100-249 employees: FCI Constructors Inc., Longmont
• 250-1,00 employees: Mortenson Construction, Denver
• Over 1,000 employees: Hensel Phelps Construction, Greeley
Outstanding Safety Record—Subcontractors
• Less than 50 employees: Décor Inc., Greeley
• 50-99 employees: Gregory Electric Inc., Loveland
• 100-199 employees: Piper Electric Co. Inc., Arvada
• 200 – 499 employees: Power Design Inc., St. Petersburg, Fla.
• Over 500 employees: LPR Construction Co., Loveland
Two additional awards recognized individuals, rather than companies, for their outstanding safety records. The award for Outstanding Field Professional was given to Rodney Ayala with Douglass Colony Group Inc., Commerce City. The Tony Dietrich Safety Professional of the Year Award went to Kurt Fisher of Northern Electric Inc. in Westminster.
Before the awards, four Colorado high school students received the ABC Bob Piper Construction Education Scholarships of $1,000 each. Receiving scholarships were Dominique Marquez of Hoehne High School in Trinidad. She plans to attend Colorado Mesa University and pursue a degree in construction management. Scholarship recipient Brandon Slepicka of Niwot High School plans to attend Mesa Community College of Technology. Trent Trask of Steamboat Springs High School will attend Colorado State University and pursue a degree in construction management. The final scholarship winner was Jordan Bobian who is from Walsenburg, where he attended John Mall High School. He will enter the welding technology program at Pueblo Community College.