This week we are celebrating our commitment to Construction Safety Week.
Safety begins well in advance of construction with policy, training, and planning. Policies are based on a commitment by management to a training and accident prevention program unparalleled in the construction industry.
Safety is never subverted in the interests of time or profit. FaverGray’s safety rules and regulations are developed for the protection of employees, subcontractors, clients, and the public.
Within the last five years, FaverGray has been recognized by the Associated Builders and Contractors Association for the following safety awards and certifications:
As an Accredited Quality Contractor, our company is committed to providing our clients with the highest quality construction services and we care deeply about our employees and the communities in which we build. We are proud to be part of the construction industry and are dedicated to the principle of free enterprise. We commit ourselves to serve our communities and providing our employees with the skills they need to work safely and productively in order to meet the needs of our clients. Learn more about our AQC ranking.
FaverGray has earned the highest ranking in STEP Safety recognition with a Diamond Level status. Founded in 1989 as a safety benchmarking and improvement tool, STEP has evolved into a world-class safety management system that dramatically improves safety performance among participants regardless of company size or type of work. Participating ABC member firms measure their safety processes and policies on 25 key components through a detailed questionnaire with the goal of implementing or enhancing safety programs that reduce jobsite incidents.
Safety record is also a major component of the Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction Award Process. Here are just a few of the projects that FaverGray has received Excellence in Award recognition:
The College Park projects are made up of three student housing buildings on separate sites in Gainesville, FL: The Viceroy with 4 floors and 79,173 conditioned square feet, The Heights with four floors and 60,627 conditioned square feet, and The Edge with 4 floors and 26,547 square feet. Learn more about our College Park Eagle Award.
The Parkside at the Beach project is a 288-unit luxury apartment community located on approximately 20-acres in Panama City Beach, Florida. Learn more about our Parkside at the Beach Pyramid Award.
U Pointe on Speight is a luxury student housing project consisting of 178 apartment units. This 321,000 square foot community is situated three blocks southwest of the Baylor University campus on 2.8 acres in Waco, Texas. Learn more about the U Pointe on Speight project.
The U Centre on Turner project is a 718-bed student housing community located on a 3.81-acre site in Columbia, Missouri. Learn more about our U Centre on Turner project.
Haven 18 Nineteen is a luxury student housing project made up of 217 apartment units. This 345,272 square foot community is adjacent to Texas Tech University on 6 acres in Lubbock, Texas. Learn more about our 18 Nineteen project.
The Stadium Village KSU Apartments project is a 312,947 square feet, 792-bed, 198-unit student housing community located on approximately 13-acres in Kennesaw, Georgia. Learn more about our Stadium Village project.
The Reserve at Fountainview is a 144-unit, 175,311 square foot apartment project located on an 8-acre site in St. Charles, Missouri just outside of St. Louis. Learn more about our Reserve at Fountainview project.
The University Club on Woodward Phase II project is the second phase of a student housing community in Tallahassee, Florida. The 496 bed, 252,745 square foot project is situated on an 8.3-acre site. Learn more about our U Club on Woodward Phase II project.
The Palmetto at Oakleaf Plantation Apartments is a 330-unit apartment project in Jacksonville, Florida. Learn more about our Palmetto at Oakleaf Plantation.
According to the Construction Safety Week website, “The risks are real across our industry, and in every aspect of our work, including ones we can’t always see—the outside stresses and distractions that interfere with our ability to stay present, focused, and safe on the job. That’s why it’s critically important to promote holistic safety in the workplace. This means ensuring that we are always both physically and mentally present and that we make every aspect of our well-being part of our safety culture and programs. We must prioritize both physical and psychological safety, and how together, they play an important role in our relationships with our team members and with our ability to bring our safest, most productive, best selves to work every day.”
We provide over 16 years of innovative multifamily, student housing, and senior living experience, having built more than 100 projects in 15 states and 61 cities throughout the Southeast and other areas of the United States. FaverGray’s mission is to deliver success by offering creative solutions, providing a fully integrated team from concept to completion, and exceeding client expectations. Contact us today to discuss your next project.