Moultrie Observer

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April 17, 2012

JCI recognized for safety efforts

MOULTRIE — Georgia Branch, AGC, the top commercial construction association in the state of Georgia, recently held their annual Ron Amerson Supervisor Safety Award program in Valdosta.

This program recognized field superintendents who achieved safety excellence based on no lost time accidents in 2011.  

Three JCI superintendents took home the honors this year based on their outstanding safety performance. Chris Plummer, Cliff Surbaugh and Jay Wilburn were each presented with a Certificate of Commendation for Safety Excellence for their efforts and dedication to jobsite safety.  

Surbaugh is currently overseeing construction of the new Crisp County Primary School in Cordele, Plummer is onsite at the Moultrie Technical College Allied Health Building, and Wilburn is completing construction of the City of Moultrie Intermodal Facility.  

Each of these seasoned veterans was congratulated by Lyndy Jones, president of JCI Contractors and several other JCI employees who attended the ceremony.  

“For us, a commitment to a safe jobsite is all about making sure our workforce goes home to their families every night injury-free,” said Jones. “I am especially proud of what our superintendents have achieved and that we are one of only three firms in the Southwest region recognized for this accomplishment.”

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