Lexicon Receives Four National Awards for Safety
Earns top award for Custom Metals and Prospect Steel
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Lexicon, Inc. announced today that it received four 2021 Safety Awards for outstanding safety records from The American Institute for Steel Construction (AISC), a technical institute and trade association that serves the U.S. structural steel design community and construction industry. Among its recognitions were two Safety Awards of Honor, the Institute’s top safety award.
“Safety is one of our four key corporate values — People, Quality, Safety and Innovation,” said Lexicon president and CEO Patrick Schueck. “It’s important to our company, and me personally, that our employees return home safely to their families every night. Our Safety Department works collaboratively with our crews to monitor and improve safety processes and procedures across all sites. We’re honored to receive these awards and remain committed to improving safety for our employees, partners and customers.”
Lexicon received the following awards:
- Safety Award of Honor, Fabrication – Custom Metals, Little Rock, Ark.
- Safety Award of Honor, Fabrication – Prospect Steel, Little Rock, Ark.
- Safety Award of Merit, Fabrication – Prospect Steel, Armorel, Ark.
- Safety Commendation, Fabrication – Steel Fabricators, Monroe, La.
The AISC Safety Award of Honor goes to steel fabricators and erectors with perfect records of no disabling injuries, a DART score of zero. Those with excellent records earn a Safety Award of Merit, and Safety Commendations recognize companies with DARTs greater than one and less than or equal to two. The DART measures recordable lost work cases per 200,000 person-hours worked.
About Lexicon, Inc.
The Lexicon family of companies provides a wide range of services, including construction management, steel fabrication, erection, mechanical installation and plant maintenance for heavy industrial, commercial and bridge projects, as well as a full spectrum of golf course construction, renovation and management services. Proudly based in Little Rock, Arkansas, the company now includes Custom Metals, Prospect Steel, Steel Fabricators of Monroe, Lexicon Energy Services, Lexicon Industrial Constructors, Lexicon Industrial Maintenance and Heritage Links. For more information, visit lexicon-inc.com