The purpose of the CSEA is to recognize those construction companies who excel at safety performance. The CSEA closely examines each candidate's commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. Unlike other safety award programs that limit the criteria to frequency rates, the CSEA selection process is considerably more comprehensive. Each application will be reviewed for evidence of:
- Company management commitment
- Active employee participation
- Safety training
- Work site hazard identification and control
- Safety program innovation
Participants will be required to complete the application form and submit it directly to AGC of America or through their local AGC Chapter. Members of the national AGC Safety & Health Committee will review and judge the submittals at the Construction Safety & Health Conference, held in January each year. The finalists in each divisional category will then be invited to compete in-person at the AGC National Convention for either a 1st, 2nd or 3rd place award. Finalists will give an oral presentation in front of five judges. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards will be determined after oral presentations. The grand award winner will be selected from among the 1st place winners. The winners will be announced at the Safety Awards Ceremony during the AGC National Convention.
The 2022 AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards competition is now closed. Winners will be announced in March 2022 at the AGC Annual Convention in Grapevine, TX. The 2023 AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards competition will open October 3, 2022 and the deadline for submission will be Thursday, December 15, 2022. The application link will be posted on this webpage on October 3, 2022.
2022 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - Choate Construction Company
2021 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - LINBECK
2020 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - Faith Technologies
2019 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - Encore Electric
2018 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - Rosendin Electric
2017 AGC CSEA Grand Award Winner - W.S. Bellows Construction