Day & Zimmermann won Certificates of Merit by the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) for its work with the Southwestern Virginia Building Trades Council at American Electric Power’s (AEP) Clinch River Power Plant and with the North Alabama Building Trades Council at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant.
The certificates, presented in October at the annual awards dinner in Washington, DC, are given to contractors, industrial business owners/clients and building craft trades achieving zero recordable injuries where the project achieved less than 200,000 work hours.
“Day & Zimmermann is pleased to be recognized for its work at Clinch River and Browns Ferry,” said Gary McKinney, President, Day & Zimmermann NPS. “Our commitment to safety shows from director- to craft-level at our sites throughout the U.S.”
Day & Zimmermann has worked at Clinch River since December 2006 and at Browns Ferry since 2010.
The NMAPC negotiates and administers the National Maintenance Agreements, a series of collective bargaining agreements used by more than 2,000 industrial contract companies employing members of 14 building trades international unions. To date, the organization has accounted for more than $300 billion of work and more than two billion work-hours for building trades and contractors.