CR Meyer Earns Top Safety Honor

CR Meyer of Oshkosh, Wis., earned the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin’s highest safety honor, Level III Safety ACE. The AGC of Wisconsin’s Safety ACE Program, which stands for Awareness, Compliance, and Education, is designed to recognize AGC members’ commitment to safety management.

The Safety ACE designation is earned by meeting OSHA construction safety standards and undergoing a successful audit of the firm’s safety management program and physical worksites.

AGC of Wisconsin is one of 64 chapters of the AGC of America. The chapter is the recognized leader of the construction industry in the state of Wisconsin and provides its’ more than 250 members and affiliated firms with an array of educational, safety, legal, environmental, legislative, public relations, labor relations, industry relations and bidding information services.

CR Meyer is a design/build heavy industrial contractor that employs skilled crews of ironworkers, millwrights, boilermakers, carpenters, laborers, operators, bricklayers, and concrete finishers. The company’s professional services division includes project managers, engineers, architects, schedulers, and experts in tracking costs and ensuring worker safety.

The firm serves industrial clients in the fields of frac sand; food and beverage processing; hydro/power generation; mining; printing, converting, and packaging; oil and gas; pulp and papermaking; and scrap and recycling.

Founded in 1888 by Charles Rudolph Meyer, CR Meyer has grown to employ 170 office professionals and 1200 skilled tradespeople who serve customers from the Oshkosh corporate office and eight satellite offices across the United States.

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