This month, Kelly-Hill Company was in St. Louis working for the St. Louis Bridge Company on the historic Eads Bridge. Owned by St. Louis Metro, this 140-year-old bridge carries four highway lanes and two transit track connecting travelers from Missouri to Illinois. The 6,442-foot arch bridge was the first bridge built exclusively using cantilever support… Read more »
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In business, we’re always learning; always analyzing to make ourselves and our companies better. Recently Kelly-Hill Company has been recognized with awards that highlight our safety commitment and reputation. To reach such accolades, we put safety and the knowledge of how to be safe at the top of mind. In looking at the safety statistics… Read more »
The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) has announced Kelly-Hill Company as a Category II Gold NRC 2013 Safety Award Winner. This award represents the extensive efforts made to promote and improve safety in the rail industry. Scoring was objective and required judges to review Kelly-Hill Company’s full safety program and practices with a… Read more »
Kelly-Hill Company was awarded a Certificate of Achievement in recognition for having zero losses in 2012. Kelly-Hill Company trains staff about the appropriate safety precautions to take and keeps safety at the forefront of employees’ minds to achieve this recognition.
NRC awarded Kelly-Hill Company with a Safe Contractor of the Year award in January 2010 at the National Conference in Palm Desert, California. As Kelly-Hill Company works daily with employees to keep safety at the forefront of everyone’s minds, it is a great honor to be recognized in the industry for their commitment and hard… Read more »
From the Kansas City Business Journal, James Dornbrook The boom in ethanol and biodiesel plant construction is helping Kansas City-based Kelly-Hill Co. make tracks — literally. “We’ve got about a $9 million backlog of projects right now,” Kelly-Hill majority owner Alice Houser said. “Ethanol plant construction is getting bigger and bigger, and I think it… Read more »