Gilbert Team Takes Safety Honors July 9, 2020
The M. B. Kahn Corporate Safety & Health Department created the COVID-19 Preparedness & Prevention Award to reward employees who excel at keeping our people and jobs safe and staying prepared to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Congratulations to our newest honoree – Kenny Moorer! Kenny and his team on the Centerville Elementary School project in Gilbert, South Carolina, all did outstanding jobs of:
– Following our Jobsite Standards for Work Groups, Sanitation, and Handwashing Stations
– Maintaining the Jobsite Work Group Management Sheet daily in Google
– Keeping and Maintaining the smallest possible Work Groups
Kenny and his crew received their awards on the jobsite this week. Congratulations to everyone on their hard work!
The Centerville Elementary project is on Augusta Highway (Highway #1) between Rice Drive and Southland Road. The completed facility will house Kindergarten through Grade 5 in approximately 128,000 square feet.
The name Centerville Elementary School has historical significance. Centerville School was a one-teacher, one-room school established in the area in the early 1900s. That school grew to two rooms in just a few years.
The administration and community are very excited about honoring the long-standing history of education in the Gilbert community by naming the new school Centerville Elementary School. (From WLTX News 19.)