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Even more commendable than cost and schedule performance is J.J. White’s betterment of project safety goals which resulted in the safe completion of the difficult and potentially dangerous work required. It is our opinion that this achievement is at least partially attributable to JJ White’s recent expansion of it's corporate safety program, which through the implementation of twice weekly Tool Box Meetings, daily Job Safety Analysis, management oversight, and a safety incentive program served to communicate to employees the singular importance of safety and JJ White’s commitment to compliance.
– William R. Robison | CO Boiler Project Construction Manager
I was impressed not only with the professionalism, attention to detail, focus on safety, and teamwork displayed by the JJ White team, but also the positive attitude and willingness to meet our changing demands.
– Kurt Budnik | Lead Maintenance Technician, Genzyme Corporation
Thanks to your excellent project management and site supervision we were able to safely and efficiently execute the outage within our planned estimates. Everyone worked well together and effectively communicated to achieve a common goal. The quality of work was superior and we experienced zero leaks on unit start-up.
– Michael K. Menosky | Maintenance Manager, Port Reading Refinery, Hess Corporation
I thank each of you for your direct involvements, extended efforts, understanding of the utmost criticality with completing this work as scheduled. You all demonstrated the importance of this work to be accomplished to the highest level of our mutual expectations in supporting our academic programs at the School of Medicine. You all certainly raised up to the challenge and successfully overcame the presented obstacles.
– George Zafiropoulos, P.E. | University of Pennsylvania
I just wanted to extend my thanks to you and your team. Particularly, Carl, the foreman working on Tank 301. It came to my attention that Carl exercised Kinder Morgan’s “You Can Stop” philosophy while beginning work on the floor of Tank 301.Carl deftly recognized that the pontoons on the roof were not tested and did not conform with JJ White’s internal safety procedures. The pontoons were tested and came back hot, potentially resulting in an unsafe working condition. Work schedules were shifted and priorities were rebalanced, but at the end of the day everyone is safe – which is the paramount priority.It is this kind of safety mindset we are excited to see and it speaks volumes of JJ White’s commitment to safety and quality.
– Jason Sluzynski | Kinder Morgan