J.F. Kiely Construction Co. Invests
In Employee Safety to Combat
J.F. Kiely Construction Co. invests in employee safety to
combat economic downturn. J.F. Kiely Construction Co.
recently appointed Andrew Thomson to head up its
health and safety department. “Fresh off a long term
health and safety project at the Pentagon, Mr. Thomson
has joined our Health and Safety Department to enhance
the safety and the overall health of our employees,” said
John Kiely, President of J.F. Kiely Construction Co.
“In this current economic downturn, I believe a continued
investment in health and safety will deliver a workforce that
our customers will find advantageous to contract with. We
have recently negotiated with our Union to provide a health
and safety incentive plan that will reward employees who
demonstrate safe practices,” Kiely continued.
The Health and Safety Department at J.F. Kiely
Construction Co. draws from five sources to identify ways
to improve safety. They include its management, union,
vendors, consultants and customers. The company takes
a serious stance on employee health and safety and views
its workforce as a hard asset.
J.F. Kiely Construction Co. offers utility customers a
diversified list of services including the installation of gas,
water, electric and sewer. Founded in 1952, J.F. Kiely’s
client roster includes New Jersey Natural Gas Company,
South Jersey Industries, American Water Company and
Jersey Central Power and Light.
J.F. Kiely employs more then 200 professionals throughout
New Jersey. Its specialties include directional drilling,
high-pressure tapping, pipe welding and plastic fusion. To
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