Senior level executives from some of the leading American construction firms in the industry will meet on August 7 in Chicago to discuss strategies for improving safety in the construction industry. The firms attending include American Infrastructure, Baker Concrete, BMW Constructors, Inc, Lend Lease, Cal Dive International, Gilbane Co, Great Lake Dredge and Dock, Hunter Roberts, Jacobs, Limbach Facility Services LLC, Manson Construction, Nicholson Construction, Pioneer, Skanska, Terracon, M+W Group and Weeks Marine. This IIF Executive Forum will be hosted by Great Lakes Dredge and Docks and facilitated by the Founder and Chairman of JMJ Associates, Jay Greenspan and Senior Consultant Greg Savage.
The IIF Executive Forum was formed by a number of senior level construction and engineering design executives dissatisfied with the number of safety incidents in the construction industry. Each of their organizations had been working independently to create IIF cultures, and came together to cause a shift in their industry. As part of this effort, these Executive Forum executives gather twice a year to share lessons, best practices, tools and resources.
The August Forum will explore opportunities to move the construction industry towards safer operations. Forum participants will also share lessons learned from the field and strengthen their capacity to lead and sustain IIF safety in their own organizations.
JMJ Associates is proud and honored to be supporting them and to be part of this journey to maintain an industry in which no one is injured.
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