First of all, we have a duty to the families of Hoffman Construction to make certain our workers return home in the same condition they came to work – albeit not quite as clean, but still healthy.  Second, by implementing stringent safety procedures, we can better control costs and pass those savings on to the customer.  Each year we consistently establish new safety records, and as we continue to grow, we’ll continue to initiate new procedures to protect the well-being of our associates.  The result?  An industry safety rating that’s two-times better than the industry standard.

Safety Zap, Kill Complacency. A successful safety program encompasses ownership, employee commitment, and follow through. At Hoffman Construction, we empower all employees to take ownership for their actions and to challenge and remind co-workers when they become complacent or let their guards down. Hoffman is looking to zap accidents/incidents and kill complacency. As a result we will gain a more enjoyable work environment, increase moral and accomplish safe production. Our goal is an incident-free work environment.

Safety at Hoffman Construction

Mark and Jim Hoffman and the rest of the Hoffman Team expect you to be incident-free. If you see any Hoffman employee without their personal protective equipment or performing an unsafe act; - “Zap the Trap”. Jim Hoffman is offering a $100 bounty if he is spotted without his PPE. If you catch him, remind him that safety comes first.

Recent News

  • May 21, 2015

    At the annual Top Projects in Wisconsin Awards banquet hosted by The Daily Reporter, Hoffman Construction Company (HCC) won a Top Project award for work completed on the US 41/29 Interchange Reconstruction located in Brown County, WI.

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  • May 1, 2015

    Thank you to Dave Backmann at the IUOE 139 for sharing this very well written piece on Hoffman Construction's history within Jackson County.

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  • January 19, 2015

    2014 was a great year accomplished by a lot of hard work from our outstanding employees.

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