HOUSTON, Feb. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Audubon Engineering is proud to announce that its employees have worked more than one million safe man hours in 2011 and have gone 14 years without a recordable injury.
"To reach a million safe man hours without a recordable incident or injury this past year is not only an outstanding achievement for our employees, but also marks a significant milestone for Audubon Engineering and its phenomenal growth," said Chris Watford, HSE (Health Safety & Environment) Director for Audubon. "While Audubon Engineering has had 'zero recordable incidents' since the company's inception, this is the first time we've worked enough hours to qualify for a million safe hours in one calendar year."
Audubon Engineering employees may work in environments that are often harsh and demanding—providing full-service project solutions for oil & gas, petrochemical & refining, and power generation industries. Global assignments can range from offshore and onshore developments, including EPF (Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication), to design and operational support for large EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) projects.
The year 2011 also marked additional milestones for the company, including the doubling of its head count during the calendar year to 750, as well as being named by the Houston Chronicle as one of Houston's "Top 100 Workplaces in Houston" in which Audubon was listed as ranking number 16.
Audubon, founded in 1997, is a full-service, global project solutions provider. It offers the power and flexibility of comprehensive engineering and service disciplines through a unique combination of in-house professionals, affiliate companies, and industry alliances. Headquartered in Houston, Audubon has four affiliate companies and 11 offices worldwide. Total flexibility in providing technical, commercial, and procedural solutions, as well as the power of partnering, sets Audubon apart from any other provider.
SOURCE Audubon Engineering