Page 10 - Colorado Construction & Design Magazine - Spring 2023
P. 10

 Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services Wins National 2nd Place Construction Safety Excellence Award
 Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services, a leading construction and environmental services company, is proud to announce that it
has won 2nd place nationally in the Over 400,000 Hours Utility Infrastructure Division of the AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards. The award was presented on March 15th, 2023, at the AGC Annual Convention in Las Vegas, NV.
The AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards, also known as the Willis Towers Watson National CSEA Awards, recognize companies that have developed and implemented excellent safety and loss prevention programs. The awards are
presented in several categories, and winners are selected based on their commitment to safety, demonstrated
by evidence of a culture of safety, employee training
and participation, management involvement, and risk reduction initiatives.
Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services has a strong commitment to safety and has made significant investments in training, equipment, and technology
to ensure the safety of its workers and the public. The company's safety program includes a focus on hazard recognition and risk assessment, employee engagement, and a culture of continuous improvement.
"We are honored to receive this recognition from the AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards," said
Shaun Egan, CEO of Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services. "From our inception, co-founder Phyllis Egan drove a culture of health and safety for
our employees and subcontractors. Safety remains
our foundational principle, and we are committed to ensuring that our workers return home safely to their families every day. This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team."
Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services has been in business for over 25 years and specializes
in heavy civil construction, environmental remediation, and infrastructure services. The company has completed projects throughout the United States and is known for its high-quality work and commitment to safety.
 AEC Industry News
 Collegiate Peaks Bank Donates to the Buena Vista Pregnancy Center and Arkansas Valley Humane Society
A check for $800 was presented to the pregnancy center, an amount that matched employee donations who contributed $1 every Friday to the center so they could wear blue jeans to work. The bank also made a donation in the amount of $800 to the Arkansas Valley Humane Society.
The Buena Vista Pregnancy Center has been serving Buena Vista, Salida, Leadville and Fairplay since 1995. Services include free pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, STI testing, birth control information and information on pregnancy, parenting, adoption and
miscarriage is offered. More information is available at
The Arkansas Valley Humane Society maintains a compassionate animal shelter for all homeless, lost and unwanted pets without regard for time or space; reduces the number of unwanted pets through spay/neuter programs; Connects homeless pets and adoptive homes; offers support services for the prevention of cruelty to animals and presents public education for responsible pet ownership. More information is available at www.
Every issue of CCD magazine reaches over 50,000 A/E/C industry leaders in print and online.
To SUBSCRIBe, contact: Send YOUR news to:
 10 | Colorado Construction & Design |

   8   9   10   11   12