Gray Partners with KY Labor Cabinet on Safety for Champion Petfoods Project
At Gray Construction, our No. 1 core value is: We put safety and quality of life first. We are thrilled to partner with the Kentucky Labor Cabinet on safety for our Champion Petfoods kitchen project in Auburn, Ky., to further execute this value.
On September 5, 2014, Champion Petfoods, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet and Gray gathered at Gray Construction’s headquarters to sign the formal agreement. The Construction Partnership Program consists of a formal site-based agreement that allows the Labor Cabinet to conduct numerous jobsite audits during the construction of a world-class, 350,000 s.f. pet food kitchen in Auburn scheduled to open in 2016.
The partnership seeks to identify and prevent safety hazards during the construction process and to prepare a safe workplace for Champion Petfoods’ Kentucky Kitchen.
To learn more about this agreement and the audits that will take place, read the full release from the Kentucky Labor Cabinet.
Champion Petfoods is an independent, award-winning pet food maker with a tradition of innovation and leadership that spans over a quarter century. Champion prepares Biologically Appropriate™ dog and cat food made from Fresh Regional Ingredients that are Never Outsourced (BAFRINO).
Gray Construction, a nationally ranked engineering, architecture and construction firm, has more than 54 years of experience in manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, distribution, hospitality and retail facility construction. Currently, Gray has several large projects that are underway or recently completed including: a Michelin Earthmover tire manufacturing plant in Anderson, S.C.; a Caterpillar Inc. manufacturing facility near Athens, GaSiemens gas turbine plant in Charlotte, N.C.; a Roxul, Inc. manufacturing facility in Byhalia, Miss.; an Adena Beef facility in Fort McCoy, Fla.; and a Chelten House processing facility in Las Vegas, Nev.
For more information on Gray’s award-winning safety program, visit here.
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