Local contractor named to top-performing contractors in U.S. Commercial and Industrial Construction

Local contractor named to top-performing contractors in U.S. Commercial and Industrial Construction


ALBANY, NY — Crisafulli Bros. Plumbing and Heating Contractors, Inc. has been named as a top performing contractor in the United States. Associated Builders and Contractors released its 2019 Top Performers lists, which recognize ABC member contractors’ achievements in safety, quality, diversity and project excellence ranked by work hours, with special designations identified. The lists identify the Top 150 Performers, Top 50 Performers with Special Designations and Top 20 Performers by Region.

A NYS certified woman owned business, Crisafulli Bros is celebrating their 80th year of provided plumbing, heating and cooling design, installation and service to the community. The company spans three generations combining the pride and craftsmanship you expect from a locally owned and operated family business with the resources and knowledge available from a large national company. “We are particularly proud of this ranking as it relates to safety” said Andrea Crisafulli, president, “we train constantly on safety because someone is home waiting for our team members at the end of every day”.

“ABC Top Performers are leading the way in the merit shop construction industry, where diverse participants are constantly striving to achieve the highest levels of personal and company performance in an environment of fair and open competition,” said Michael Bellaman, president and chief executive officer of ABC. “These rankings will help the industry identify contractors that have achieved world-class safety performance, demonstrated their commitment to their workers and their communities, and earned recognition for project excellence and diversity.”

To be eligible, Top Performers must have demonstrated world-class safety performance by implementing ABC’s STEP safety management system, which makes the top-performing contractors up to 680% safer than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics industry average, according to the ABC 2019 Safety Performance Report. The companies are ranked by size based on the number of hours worked in 2017, as reported in their 2018 STEP applications.

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