Perry Engineering has chosen Brian May as our Safe Employee of the Month. Brian has been employed with us for 8 years as a heavy equipment operator. He was nominated by two foremen who wrote, “Does his pre-shift equipment inspection, always aware of other equipment around, watches out for people on the ground, makes sure there are no conflicting utilities in his way before operating the equipment, and keeps the equipment clean and greased.” and, “Brian is very experienced with job site safety and always kindly corrects me if he sees something I could do more safely”. Brian May exemplifies the Perry Priorities of Safety, Quality, and Production.
Perry Engineering has chosen Dennis Brill as our Safe Employee of the Month. Dennis is a heavy equipment operator, employed with us for 12 years. He was nominated by his foreman who wrote, “Dennis is a very safe operator. He always wears his seat belt and always looks and watches where he is going. He is very cautious of hazards on the job and points them out to the foreman. He’s always on time and is always ready to lend a helping hand.” Dennis Brill exemplifies the Perry Priorities of Safety, Quality, and Production.
Perry Engineering has received the 2022 Home Builders Association of Virginia Builders Mutual Safety Program of the Year award. This is awarded to the builder or trade contractor who has developed, implemented and maintained a high-quality safety program. The judging criteria includes:
- Quality of the company safety program
- Management’s involvement in the safety culture
- High level of employee or trade contractor involvement in safety
- Effectiveness of the safety program
- Hazard prevention and control
- Safety and health training
- New or innovative programs, practices, procedures, or resources used to promote safety
- Unique program elements used to support and heighten safety awareness
Perry Engineering is very proud of the safety culture we’ve developed, and we want to thank our employees for without their attention to detail and perseverance, this achievement would not have been possible.
Perry Engineering participated in the annual National Trench Safety Stand Down Week again for 2022. Trenching is one of the most hazardous tasks we perform, and the United States is on track for the highest number of trench deaths in the past 10 years. Each of our utility crews stopped work so that we could talk about working safely in the trench. All of these crews have been extensively trained in trench safety but stopping to talk about safety during the day really emphasizes the importance of it. It also allows the workers a chance to share personal experiences and discuss any problems or needs regarding trench safety.
Project Description: Excavation of pond and removal of 30,000 cy offsite. Installation of pond liner and storm piping into and out of new pond.
Start Date: June, 2022
Scheduled Completion: March, 2023
Contract Amount: $1,493,898
Percent Complete: 15%
Engineer: Greenway Engineering
PNGI Charles Town Gaming, LLC
750 Hollywood Drive
Charles Town, WV 25414
Contact: Jeff Burnes