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The Nevada subcontractor was honored for its commitment to safety
LAS VEGAS – Hirschi Masonry, a leading bricklayer in southern Nevada, received six awards at the second annual World Wide Safety Awards, which recognize construction companies that excel in safety.
“I am proud of our team and their unwavering commitment to safety,” said Chad Hirschi, President of Hirschi Masonry. “Our employees are the heart of our company and it is my duty to ensure that they receive the best training to be safe both on and off the construction site.”
Hirschi’s dedication to safety, risk control and the commitment of internal directors sets the company apart. Hirschi Masonry received each of the following awards: Masonry Commercial; Masonry living; Office and workplace security; Fleet Security Department; and subcontractor of the year. Wesley Pettus, Hirschi Masonry’s Safety Manager, received the Safety Director Residential Award for his exceptional work on various residential projects.
“I am so grateful to have the opportunity to work with Hirschi Masonry,” said Virginia Toalepai, founder and president of World Wide Safety. “Their commitment and their passion for safety first show in everything they do. We are honored to be able to present you with numerous prizes at this year’s Safety Awards. “
About Hirschi Masonry
Hirschi Masonry is a leading bricklayer based in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Hirschi Masonry was founded in 2009 by Chad Hirschi, a second generation bricklayer, as a commercial and private bricklaying company and now has more than 500 employees who have the safest working environment, the safest education and training to become the most motivated and ethically correct employees in the industry. Hirschi Masonry is a proud member of the Masonry Contractors Association of America, Associated Builders & Contractors, Southern Nevada Home Builders Association, and Nevada Subcontractors Association. More information is available at www.hirschimasonry.com.
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