No matter the size of the company, safety should always be the top priority! But here at Norwood Contracting, we feel that by keeping our company small, with a limited number of crews, we can better monitor daily work and keep everyone as safe as possible. We undergo daily plan and safety meetings with our crew. These meetings not only help in organizing daily tasks, but also give our employees an opportunity to communicate about any safety issues or concerns. Our meetings are just an added step to make sure everyone is on the same page and help ensure that daily operations go smoothly.
In addition to our daily meetings, we hold weekly OSHA compliant meetings on a large array of topics from confined space entry and fall protection to hand tool safety.
Congratulations to our entire crew for their attendance and certification for Norwood and Company's 2016 safety training! Training topics include Confined Spaces, Fall Protection, Lockout/Tagout, and more!
Norwood Contracting is a small 4th generation company with many years of experience in this industry. We take great pride in our work, and although not all of our employees are blood relation, they have all become family.
Norwood uses a homegrown and proprietary process for planning, tracking, and managing even the biggest construction project. We pinpoint even the smallest components of each project to make sure you receive the full capacity of what your project demands.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, our portfolio has generated a thousand experiences of creating something exceptional. It is this experience that our team and crews build upon year after year to create each distinct project. Remember, Impossible takes just a little longer...
With almost 100 years of collective experience in the family business, Norwood Contracting has provided multiple services to our customers that have been used to help launch their projects and keep them under budget and on time. We know the mechanical workings of the grain, feed, and milling industries like no one else, and our knowledge can make the difference between a successful project and a costly one.
In Loving Memory of Brady Hukins
A beautiful soul that was lost too young.