For LCS Constructors, safety is at the forefront of each project. While it is the responsibility of management to enforce and ensure that safety procedures are followed, it is essentially the responsibility of each employee to embrace safety practices and make them part of their daily routine.

LCS takes safety seriously, always committed to safe work habits and safe work environments. Safety is a way of life and there are no shortcuts; safety is part of our daily routine and this routine created a culture of safety within our company. We employ safety officers, provide safety education programs, perform weekly safety meetings, and remain current on the latest safety regulations.


  • Associated Builders and Contractors: 2011 Safety Training and Evaluation Process, Diamond Level
  • ExxonMobil: 2010 Recognition of Safety Excellence
  • Associated Builders and Contractors: 2010 Safety Training and Evaluation Process, Platinum Level
  • Alaska National Insurance: 2009 Letter of Commendation with annual safety recognition for 2006, 2007, and 2008
  • Associated Builders and Contractors: 2008 Safety Training and Evaluation Process, Platinum Level
  • Associated Builders and Contractors: 2007 Safety Training and Evaluation Process, Gold Level
  • Associated Builders and Contractors: 2003 Safety Training and Evaluation Process, Gold Level
  • Boeing: 2002 Pride at Boeing Recognition Award
  • Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission: 2001 The 7 Essential Elements of a Viable Safety Program

Specializing and working in the laboratory and technical facility industry can present many dangers and challenges. Proper use of personal protective safety equipment, knowledge of OSHA and ANSI safety regulations, and keeping a tidy work area are key elements to ensuring everyone’s safety in the lab. Much like in the lab, our job is to enforce safety during the lab design and construction process using similar techniques.

Our superintendents are directly responsible for safety on their job sites; they are fully authorized to immediately dismiss any workers or visitors regardless of whether they are an LCS employee, subcontractor, or a facility owner, if they fail to follow proper safety protocol. In a worst case scenario, it could be necessary for a superintendent to stop all work on a job site until unsafe conditions are corrected.

Each project manager is responsible for training LCS field personnel in safety techniques and insist safety guidelines are followed. They monitor safety each day to ensure that safety policies are enforced.

Weekly field meetings are performed, which include the discussion of job site safety. Each employee is asked to continually evaluate job sites and inform additional personnel of the importance of safety. Safety is an individual effort that creates a team of safe employees. On-the-job safety is taken seriously, and for LCS, safety is our number one concern.


  • 2014: 0.73
  • 2013: 0.61
  • 2012: 0.73
  • 2011: 0.67
  • 2010: 0.69
  • 2009: 0.75
  • 2008: 0.70
  • 2007: 0.88
  • 2006: 0.77