Putting More Safety in Public Safety Buildings
In 2017, CORE developed a program focused on improving the physical and mental health of first responders. With intentional design and construction best practices, our goal is to help mitigate public safety occupational hazards and health risks.
This important initiative, called Clean Public Safety Building (CleanPSB), is now a company standard nationwide.
We build more of these more than anyone else. It means nothing if we aren't continuously improving and designing ways promote health and mental wellness for those who serve our communities.
They ended up giving us money back on both projects, including all the contingency funds for our administration building. Their entire team was great to work with, and I highly recommend them.
Building to Promote Health and Wellness
As an industry leading construction builder, it is our duty to inform our clients of all relevant information — not just dealing with cost and quality, but for health and safety factors as well. We are responsible for constructing highly functional and efficient, but also safe, facilities and environments for our community first responders.
Hearing firsthand from the experts, including fire and police chiefs, allows us to understand exactly what our first responders encounter on the job, and what they need in their home-base facilities.
In-house Training Program
Implementing a standard
Best Practices Checklist
To see more about our safety standards, explore CORE’s practices for Operational Excellence.