Press Release (ePRNews.com) - HILDALE, Utah - Aug 22, 2017 - Opening their doors in 2003, Phaze Concrete started as a small business pouring concrete driveways and working on residential sites in Nevada and Utah. But after 14 years of committed excellence in the construction industry, they are setting the bar high for other companies with their highly-acclaimed work and treating their employees like family.
Phaze Concrete focuses on three principles: performance, integrity, and teamwork. With these three principles, they have been able to work on big projects across the western United States. From Walmart stores to Family Dollar stores, Phaze has set the standard in the construction industry.
Their impressive work on a one-million square feet store for Family Dollar earned Phaze Concrete the ACI Intermountain Chapter Award of Excellence In Flatwork. The award has been a great way for Phaze to earn new contracts, further cementing their great work around the western part of the United States.
When employees make the commitment to the program, Phaze makes a commitment to them. Doing the right thing has been an important value for the Phaze team, often going the extra mile to make sure customers get what they expected and have an active involvement with solutions to the daily challenges and hurdles of today’s construction industry.
With approximately 250 employees, they always promise to deliver projects on time or even earlier, and sometimes under budget. But it’s how they have treated their employees that have people taking notice.
Phaze Concrete makes a commitment to give their employees the most well-rounded industry training available. The company put together a new program, partnered with the Department of Labor’s Department of Apprenticeships, which incorporates practical and theoretical work, helping young workers gain the skills and knowledge they need to succeed on the construction site.
“When employees make the commitment to the program, Phaze makes a commitment to them,” a Phaze representative commented. “Doing the right thing has been an important value for the Phaze team, often going the extra mile to make sure customers get what they expected and have an active involvement with solutions to the daily challenges and hurdles of today’s construction industry.”
The Department of Labor recognizes Phaze’s program as one of the 37,000 available in the nation. Currently, 26 workers are enrolled in the cement mason apprenticeship.
Not only do they offer these nationally recognized programs, they have also helped their employees and their families earn a GED.
In one of the most forward-thinking moves made by a trades-based company, Phaze Concrete inserted the GED Readiness Program. The program prepares apprentices and employees, including their family members, for taking the GED test while continuing to work and make a living.
“We don’t want our employees simply to come to work and earn a paycheck and go home,” said a company representative during a recent interview.
“We want them to come and have a valuable experience, learning transferable skills that can improve every aspect of their life. Phaze provides the GED readiness course that is available to all employees and family members of our employees,” added the representative.
When it comes to the work site, Phaze is dedicated to providing their employees a safe environment. Phaze Concrete ensures that all employees work together as part of a team so everyone is committed to creating a safe, professional, and pleasant atmosphere where everybody wants to work.
While completing jobs quickly and efficiently, they have kept the high standard of making sure all employees are safe on the construction site. Their Experience Modification (EMOD) rating currently stands at 0.72%, which shows their commitment to the safety of their employees.
While they are fully invested in their employees’ future and making their company one of the leading places to work in the construction industry, due to their company programs, Phaze Concrete is always looking forward to the future.
Focused strongly on mobilization when it comes to sending their teams across the western United States, Phaze Concrete does not use subcontractors. They use their own in-house staff, and always are looking for ways to arrange travel and accommodations in an affordable, efficient manner. Source :