American Infrastructure Wins Two Awards Recognizing its “Home Safe Tonight” Culture

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American Infrastructure, a leading heavy construction company and materials supplier, today announced that it has recently won two awards recognizing its “Home Safe Tonight” culture. It received the Risk & Insurance Theodore Roosevelt Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management Award (Teddy Award) as well as the Award for Excellence in Workers’ Compensation Risk Management from National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine.

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“Our employees are the lifeblood of our company,” said American Infrastructure’s Chairman and CEO, A. Ross Myers. “We are dedicated to ensuring their safety each and every day and making sure that if they are injured on the job that the proper procedures are followed and they are able to return back to work when the time is right. We take employee injuries seriously and are honored to be recognized for our comprehensive program to prevent injuries and support employees when incidents occur.”

American Infrastructure’s “Home Safe Tonight” initiative is highlighted in the November issue of Risk & Insurance magazine, profiled in the August issue of National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine and was featured at the Workers’ Compensation Education Conference in August as the result of winning these two awards.

The “Home Safe Tonight” initiative fosters a culture of safety throughout the work environment. The company has had a reduction in its injury rate by over 50 percent in just four years and a significant decrease in workers’ compensation loss rate per $100 of payroll in the past six years.

About American Infrastructure
American Infrastructure is a vertically integrated, heavy contractor and construction materials supplier that performs work throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, with offices in the Philadelphia; Baltimore; Washington, D.C.; and Richmond markets, as well as five satellite offices from Pittsburgh to Williamsburg. The company also presently has 15 materials mining and/or asphalt production facilities in four states. Presently employing 1,800 people, American Infrastructure is ranked by Engineering News-Record at number 25 on the country’s Top 50 heavy civil contractors. For more information, visit


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