What It Means To Be An ABC Top Performer

ABC’s Top Performers Lists recognize member contractors’ achievements in safety, quality, diversity, and project excellence ranked by work hours, with special designations identified.

All Top Performers must demonstrate world-class safety by achieving Gold status or higher in STEP Safety Management System. Participating ABC member firms measure their safety processes and policies on 25 key components through a detailed questionnaire with the goal of implementing or enhancing safety programs that reduce jobsite incidents. The  ABC Safety Performance Report reflects that STEP members are actually 655% safer than the industry average*.

The annual Top Performers list recognizes only ABC Accredited Quality Contractors and their focus on corporate responsibility in the following areas:

  • Quality
  • Safety
  • Talent Management
  • Education
  • Community Relations
  • Diversity


AQC Members proudly set the construction industry standard as highly performing, ethical contractors and members of their community.

When we receive such a designation it means that the work that we do each day worked when it was suppose to. It means we honored our team and our client, we followed the codes and standards to insure that the lives and buildings we protect were more important than the recognition. Above all else, being recognized as an ABC Top Performer reminds us to express our gratitude to the incredible men and women who make up the Sprinklermatic family.

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