This week more than 10 million people will be celebrating National Construction Week. Founded by I Build America in 2018, National Construction Week is dedicated to the men and women working in or with the construction industry.
“Construction positively impacts the lives of Americans every day, from the buildings we work in, to the hospitals where we receive health care to the roads we travel on and the homes we live in,” said Susanna Jakubik, marketing manager for I Build America.
We at INSERV, Inc. understand the work the construction industry does and we strive to offer services to help ensure that the job is done safely for both the people working and the environment.
Safety is our number 1 priority. Offering services like utility locating and hydro excavation can ensure that utility lines and pipes are not damaged during the job. Have soil that needs recycling? We can help with that as well, ensuring that the waste removed from the job site is environmentally safe.
Job sites can be messy. We offer steam cleaning services for heavy equipment to ensure that your equipment is well taken care of once the job is done.
Emergency spill? Call us 24/7 and we will be there to help. Our HAZWOPER trained technicians are exceptionally trained to respond quickly with the right equipment for the job and help with commodity recovery and help reduce losses. For a full list of our services please visit our services page.
We at INSERV, Inc would like to ask you to join us in celebrating all the men and women in the construction industry for their hard work and dedication in the craft.
Ways to celebrate National Construction Week:
- On social media use the hashtags #ThanksForBuilding and #ConstructionAppreciationWeek
- Thank a construction worker
- Share some of the videos and featured stories on social media provided by I Build America
- Update your cover photos to show your appreciation
Want more ways to celebrate? Head over the National Construction Appreciation Week’s website.
I Build America (IBA) was founded by HCSS CEO Mike Rydin in 2016. IBA is dedicated to demonstrating the importance of construction and the construction industry in our communities. Visit I Build America for more information on National Construction Appreciation Week.