Papp Iron works, a leading miscellaneous metals construction trade contractor, is being recognized by the American Subcontractors Association of New Jersey for it’s outstanding safety record as recipient of it’s 2003 safety award. Papp Iron Works submitted it’s safety data into the competition and because the company was well below the national industry average for lost time accidents, it will receive the coveted safety award at the American Subcontractors Association of New Jersey’s Awards Dinner on November 15th. The award is presented to only 3 ASA-NJ member firms each year.
“Papp Iron Works is dedicated and focused on the promotion of safety each and every day and we’re proud to be the recipient of this prestigious award” Says Allan Papp, President of Papp Iron Works. “It is gratifying to see that our rigorous safety program is paying off, In fact we are currently working towards having all our ironworker foreman 30 hour OSHA trained by year-end”.
Papp Iron works, is celebrating it’s 55th anniversary in 2003 and has worked on many of NJ’s prestigious projects including the 30 Hudson Street Project n Jersey City, NJ’s Tallest building, The NJ Performing Arts Center in Newark, the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City and even the NJ State House Capitol complex in Trenton and was ranked among the New Jersey/ New York Metropolitan Area’s top 50 contractors by NY Construction News in 2003.