29th Annual National AGC Safety Awards (NASA) Program

   AGC Safety Awards (NASA) DEADLINE February 5, 2019

The National AGC Safety Awards (NASA) program has been an ongoing effort since 1991 to offer AGC members an opportunity to evaluate their safety record.  NASA compares an AGC member’s safety record with other AGC members according to the member size and construction type.  Additionally, NASA provides a great opportunity for members who have excellent safety records to compete for nationally recognized awards.


AGC members must have participated in the NASA program for three consecutive years to be eligible for an award. This means a member must have participated in the program for the years 2016, 2017, and 2018 to be eligible to receive an award in 2019.
AGC New Mexico provides Certificate of Recognition or Contribution to new participants or those whose rates are better than the industry average.


Please complete the Entry Form and submit through us - forward to Kelly Roepke-Orth.
  • Entry Forms DUE - February 5, 2019 


Awards are given to members who have a zero-incidence rate or who have an incidence rate 25 percent below each occupational division’s average (AGC divisions include: Building, Highway, Federal & Heavy, Utility Infrastructure, and Associate/Specialty).
  • AGC of America provides awards to members who have participated in the awards program for three consecutive years and who have an incident rate between zero and 25% below their division rate - Certificates of Commendation
  • AGC New Mexico provides awards to members who have not participated in the awards program for three consecutive years but have an incident rate between zero and  25% below their division rate - Certificate of Recognition Award.
  • AGC New Mexico provides Certificate of Contribution awards to participants whose incident rate is less than or equal to their division rate.

AGC New Mexico will present all member awards at the Annual Safety Excellence Awards - Tentatively August 2019.