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A partnering program of
Associated General Contractors of Minnesota and the
Occupation Safety and Health Division of the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

 
Current 2017 CHASE Participants
(Plaques given at AGC Recognition Dinner)

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Company Name
 Location Partner
Since

Current
Level

Qualifies for
Level 3
(CCP)

Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Minneapolis
2003
2

AMG Architectural Glass &  Glazing
Maplewood
 2014 2 Yes
Belair Sitework Services
New Brighton
2015
2
 
Bituminous Roadways, Inc.
Inver Grove Heights
2004
2

 The Boldt Company Cloquet 2012 2 Yes
Carl Bolander & Sons Co.  St. Paul  2009 2   Yes
Danny's Construction
Company, LLC
 Shakopee 2014
2  Yes
ESCI, Inc.
St. Paul
2012
2
Yes
Graham Construction Services, Inc.
Eagan
2010
2
Yes
Hardrives, Inc.
Rogers
2006
2 Yes
Hunt Electric
St. Paul
2008
2 Yes
J.E. Dunn Construction - North Central
Eden Prairie
2004
2 Yes
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company
 Minneapolis 2012
2 Yes
LS Black Constructors, Inc.
St. Paul
2011
2 Yes
Lakehead Constructors, Inc.
 Superior, WI
(corporate office)
2011
2
Lametti & Sons, Inc.
Hugo
2016
2
Yes
Mathiowetz Construction Company
Sleepy Eye
2013
2

M G McGrath
Maplewood
2014
2
Yes
Mortenson Construction
Minneapolis
2004
2 Yes
Northland Concrete and Masonry Co., LLC
 Burnsville 2012
2 Yes
 Park Construction
Spring Lake Park 2017 2
Parsons Electric
 Minneapolis 2005
2 Yes
PCL Construction Services, Inc.
Burnsville
2016
2
 Yes
Q3 Contracting, Inc.
 Little Canada
2009
2
RJM Construction
Minneapolis
2015
1
 
Ryan Companies US, Inc.
Minneapolis
2008
2
Sellin Brothers, Inc.
Hawley
2006
2
Sowles Co./Northwest Tower Cranes
Shakopee
2013
2

VEIT  Rogers 2003
2
Weis Builders, Inc.
Minneapolis
2012
2 Yes

 
Construction Health and Safety Excellence = CHASE. The CHASE program began in 2002 as a partnership between Minnesota OSHA and AGC. The program is designed to recognize AGC member contractors for their safety programs and performance while providing incentives for partnership. Recently, the program was revised to reflect current industry best practices and provide a new jobsite-specific recognition level.

Level 1 is geared toward AGC members who desire recognition for meeting minimum requirements of a safety and health program. If you haven't applied to the CHASE program yet, this is the level to start at. All AGC members are encouraged to apply for Level 1 status.

Level 2 is geared toward AGC members who desire recognition for having a more comprehensive safety program. Level 2 is a step up from Level 1.
 
 
Level 3 provides the unique opportunity for MNOSHA partnership on projects that may not have been eligible in the past. MNOSHA's SHARP program is currently available for jobsites lasting 18 months or longer. Level 3 partnership is greared toward projects lasting at least 6 months and up to 18 months. Contractors holding the Level 2 CHASE status for one year are eligible to apply for the Level 3.
 
 
For more information about CHASE-Minnesota or safety education, contact Doug Swenson, dswenson@agcmn.org or 651-796-2192.
 
 
 
Calendar

9/13/2017 » 10/11/2017
STP Unit 4: "Contract Documents"

9/14/2017 » 10/12/2017
STP Unit 2: "Communication"

10/26/2017
2017 Recognition Dinner