Day number 1,149 was a time of celebration for Cianbro team members at the Tambrands facility in Auburn, Maine. The number represents the total consecutive days worked by the Cianbro team and their subcontractors without a recordable injury. That adds up to more than three years of safe operations. In recognition of the achievement, Cianbro Corporation President Andi Vigue joined Procter & Gamble Plant Manager Felica Coney and Site Construction Systems Process Owner Gary Bair for a round of congratulations sent out to the ultra-safe team members. Part of the celebration was a steak and chicken lunch prepared by Cianbro's master barbecue specialist, Paul Bertrand.
"Thanks go out to our key leaders for making this safety achievement possible," said Project Manager Ernie Selberg. "Namely, we're talking about Mechanical General Foreman Kim Chapman, Electrical General Foreman Jim Rossi, Mechanical Foreman Dave Sutcliffe, Electrical Foremen Mike Edwards and Darcey Bubier, and Safety Specialist Erica Heinssen. But it's important to recognize that this accomplishment is the work of our entire crew. It's a team effort, requiring lots of coordination and the use of all of our safety tools and techniques."
In his remarks to the team, Andi Vigue pointed out that the Tambrands TMs are leading the way for the rest of the company in the area of safety. Andi also thanked Procter & Gamble for helping Cianbro to learn critical safety lessons that have led to sterling safety records throughout the company.