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August 29, 2011
PEOPLE & COMPANIES
Omega Morgan achieved the platinum designation from Intel Corp.’s Contractor Safety Assessment Program for its score of 95 percent of higher. ConstructSecure, which administers the evaluation, said Omega Morgan demonstrated outstanding safety performance. Omega is headquartered in Hillsboro, Ore., and had an office in Fife. It specializes in moving large equipment.
Canyon Creek Cabinet Co.Monroe-based Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. promoted Bryan Jarvis to vice president of operations. Jarvis joined the company in 2007 as director of manufacturing. In 2009, he was promoted to director of operations, taking on responsibility of the company’s shipping, maintenance and engineering departments.
Sound TransitThe U.S. Department of Transportation honored Sound Transit for using small and disadvantaged businesses in its construction projects. Sound Transit also conducted networking sessions for prime and subcontractors to meet and build relationships and hosted subcontractor and supplier forums. The award was presented to Sound Transit diversity programs director Leslie Jones.
Parr LumberParr Lumber named Ron Rumple inside sales support for its Everett store. Rumple has worked in the building materials industry for 35 years, including nearly 20 years as operations manager. Parr is based in Hillsboro, Ore. with 40 facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, and Utah.
PCL Construction ServicesPCL Construction Services received the first-ever Above and Beyond Award from Sound Transit for using small and disadvantaged businesses during construction of the Link light-rail segment and station in Tukwila. Out of a $280 million contract with Sound Transit, PCL had a 24.9 percent small business participation rate. The goal was 20
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