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Featured in Equipment World magazine - May 2012 issue

1-75 Bridge Replacement to beginning in Spring of 2012 - $400,000

Ford Motor Company, Lima, OH began December 2011 to be completed March 2012 - $900,000

Honda of America Transmission Plant, Anna, OH started April 2011 to be completed April 2012 - $4.2 million

Kohl's Distribution Center, Findlay, OH began April 2011 completed December 2011 - $2.5 million

Finalist for Contractor of the Year in Las Vegas, NV - March 2010


Safety, now and for the futureR.D. Jones Excavating, Inc. believes that no job or task is more important than our worker’s health and safety! 

Our commitment includes; education, on-the-job training, and injury prevention training.  If a specific task represents a potential safety or health threat, every effort shall be made to plan a safe way to perform or change the task.  

Accountability to Safety
Our organization strives to achieve safety and health objectives through the use of; a qualified safety administrator, regular job site safety inspections, enforcing the use of safety equipment, abiding by the established safety procedures, compliance with governmental regulations, providing on-going safety training, as well as enforcing the safety rules by means of appropriate disciplinary actions.  Employees learn individual responsibility and accountability to safety by:

Zero Accidents
We attempt to accomplish a zero accident policy, with the knowledge that all accidents are costly and preventable.  Safety awareness is the responsibility of all R.D. Jones personnel, sub-contractors, and jobsite visitors.   With competent employees and a teamwork atmosphere, we are able to maintain safe working environments. Throughout the year, our managers, supervisors, and personnel attend safety training sessions applicable to the construction environment in order to continuously improve our knowledge of safety.  The skills learned are then applied to weekly toolbox talks and on-the-job safety exercises, in order to eliminate all workplace illnesses and injuries. 

Commitment to Safety
At R.D. Jones, we recognize that an effective safety program requires shared commitment from the highest level and reaches every individual within our organization.  Our personnel are provided with the following types of personal certification:

We maintain an open door approach to employee involvement in order to make continuous improvements through the use of feedback from all employees.  By means of proper planning and a commitment to safety, we are able to ensure that all employees return safely to their families at the end of each day.