In this difficult time, the safety of our employees and trade partners on our project sites is our most important priority. We have implemented increasingly strict protocols and standard operating procedures on jobsites and we are following Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
Our safety protocols, training and check lists will continue to evolve in response to new developments. You can find the most up-to-date information on our response, here.
In this evolving situation, we are fostering open dialogue on our jobsites and strongly encouraging our trade partners to communicate all safety concerns to their foremen so they can be immediately addressed.
I bring a passion for my local community to work with me every day as a Suffolk Safety Manager. I love my job because of the relationships I’m able to cultivate on our project sites. Many of the workers I supervise are raising families in the neighborhoods where I live, so I rejoice when they share stories and photos of their children graduating from school or when they beam with pride or brag about the birth of a new grandchild."
San Diego, CA
I enjoy being a leader, not a follower. I try to constantly think outside the box in everything I do, always looking for an edge. I try to come up with a better plan or idea, which keeps me alert and involved but also helps me improve myself and the people around me."
I have been around construction for as long as I can remember. It’s in my blood. When I was four years old, I watched my family build our one-floor ranch. I eventually went to college to be an architect but soon realized that I was much more interested in building buildings, not designing them."
What excites me most about using the latest technologies is the ability to increase my efficiency and improve the quality of the product I deliver. By using the latest technologies, I’m able to resolve more issues with a better end result."
San Francisco, CA