R. K. Redding Construction (RKR), a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm, announced today that it has received a national Leadership in Safety Award from CNA, the seventh largest U.S. commercial insurance carrier.
“We strongly believe in the importance of accident prevention and creating a safe work environment, both for our customers and employees,” said Randall Redding, President and CEO of RKR. “So, it’s an honor to have our efforts recognized by CNA.”
CNA has presented only nine Leadership in Safety Awards to their more than 7,000 construction clients across the country this year.
“RKR has taken a proactive approach to a safer work environment and product safety issues by educating themselves about common risks in their industry, identifying problem areas in advance and then implementing the necessary steps to help prevent an accident or business disruption from occurring,” said Michael Shneibaum, CNA VP, Commercial Underwriting. “We consider RKR to be an industry role model with regard to these important workplace and product issues.”
CNA’s Leadership in Safety Award recognizes customers who take the initiative to create a safer, more productive workplace, encourage behaviors that prevent accidents and prepare for potential business disruptions.
About R. K. Redding Construction (RKR)
Founded in 1991, R.K. Redding Construction, Inc. (rkredding.com) is a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm. Licensed in six southeastern states, RKR delivers comprehensive construction services and solutions to its clients. RKR is active in many markets, including education, medical, religious facilities, cultural, governmental, and industrial and office/retail. The company philosophy is based on honesty, quality and integrity with the ultimate goal of gaining customer trust and satisfaction. This goal is evidenced by Inc. Magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle naming the firm as one of the fastest growing companies in 2010.