The annual Safety Awards recognize commendable safety performance of individual firms. The awards are intended to convey ABC’s strong support of safety performance in full recognition of the fact that each firm has the responsibility for execution of safety, to ensure an overall safe workplace.
Associated Builders and Contractors New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter (ABC), a leader in the construction industry and workforce development, has announced the promotion of Jennifer Landon to Vice President of Education & Workforce Development. Landon has been with the ABC since 2017, previously holding the position of Director of Education and Workforce Development.
The right of a worker to form, join, participate in, or financially support a union is a fundamental right that should never be infringed upon. The same goes for a worker who decides to make a different choice. The right to exercise such a choice is the essence of economic freedom. Right-To-Work protects both rights.
Jes Zurell, Marketing Manager with the The H. L. Turner Group, came from a construction family with both of her parents worked in the industry. She says, "My dad was a structural engineer and my mom managed an architect's office. My current job at The H. L. Turner Group allows me to use my skills as a writer and marketer in an environment that feels like home."
Mimi Thomas loves the fast pace of the construction industry. She wears all the hats in her role as Office Administrator at NorthPoint Construction Management and has learned a lot as a result. She really enjoys the company’s strong presence in the community, especially as it relates to children. She’s proud of the support they’ve provided to The Boys and Girls Club of Nashua and Catie's Closet.
Vanessa Reven says that seeing big projects from start to finish, with the big picture always in the back of her mind, is rewarding, and exciting. “Working with Elm Grove and knowing we can take an old building and make it something that will benefit Manchester and the surrounding community is great to see and be part of.”
Like many, Elizabeth Morse, Project Manager with Lewis Builders Development, Inc., grew up with her family in construction. She said she loved driving around with her parents and touring construction sites. "Seeing the finished product was always something to look forward to. One thing that really drove me to following in my family's steps was the idea that they were all able to say, "I built something from ground up." I never really understood the statement completely, until I began working for Lewis Builders."
Karen Massone, Director of Human Resources with Fulcrum Associates, chose construction because she loves the idea of working to build something that a client will rely on for years to come. "When we work on a school or hospital, we can look back and know we played a role in ensuring access to education and healthcare for our community."
Karen Long, Senior Safety & Health Officer with Charter Contracting Company, LLC, was a hazardous materials and marine safety officer in the Army. She says, "When I got out it was a natural transition to move into the environmental and marine construction field."
As the Director of Health, Safety and Risk Management with ReArch, COVID-19 has been Holly LeClair’s responsibility. She took the position only three weeks before the stay at home orders in VT were issued. She says this has been the most rewarding, yet challenging aspect in my 25+ years in health and safety. “I have learned to pivot in a way I never dreamed I would.”