Trevcon Featured in PDCA Magazine

Trevcon was featured in PDCA magazine for the Reconstruction of Piers 9 and 204 Phase II: Construction of Piers 9 and 204 for our ingenuity in the development and implementation of a unique timber pile extractor. The project contained approximately 2000 timber piles of lengths up to 100’ long that were in deteriorated conditions, had to be gripped 5’ below mudline and the butt of the pile was at MLW with water depths of 0-30feet. The challenges, scope, and schedule were overcome through strategic planning, engineering, and partnering with our equipment suppliers. The whole article and details can be viewed here:

Trevcon awarded 2nd place in the Construction Safety Excellence Award at the AGC National Convention

Construction Safety Excellence Award at the AGC National ConventionTrevcon was awarded 2nd place in the Construction Safety Excellence Award at the AGC National Convention. We submitted our initial package that consisted among other things our safety record, our company safety plan, training classes/hours, and work plans. Trevcon was one of three contractors chosen nation-wide to compete in the 300,000-500,000 man-hour category of Heavy Construction. At the CSEA program, we presented in person, to a panel of judges consisting of high ranking safety officials across the nation, industry and government. Pictured above are Conrad Reynolds, Safety Director, Justin Lijo, ACCNJ Board Member & Project Manager, and Shane Beacom, Project Executive presented with our award by Bill Creedon, N.A. Industry Leader of Willis Tower Watson and the AGC of America President Eddie Stewart

2017 Safety Awards

Safety Award #1: Recognized by Utility & Transportation Contractors Association (UTCA) on February 23, 2018 for an outstanding 2017 Safety Performance Record and Yearly Number of Safety Training Hours per worker. Conrad Reynolds (pictured to the right), Director of Safety for Trevcon Construction, receiving the award.

Safety Award #2: Recognized by Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey (ACCNJ) on June 5, 2018 for extraordinary efforts in achieving a lost Workday Incidence Rate well below the National Average for the 2017 calendar year.