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Cajun Constructors receives Corps awards

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Cajun Constructors Inc. of Baton Rouge, a subsidiary of Cajun Industries LLC, received two Superior Safety Performance Awards at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mississippi Valley Division Safety Now Banquet held on Feb. 3 at the Perdido Beach Resort in Orange Beach, Ala.

The Corps recognized Cajun Constructors as the overall winner among contractors throughout the Mississippi Valley Division for Cajun’s positive attitude toward safety and job performance, presenting Cajun with a certificate of appreciation for the 2009 Superior Safety Performance, New Orleans District, Large Company Category for Cajun’s positive attitude towards safety and for outstanding performance on construction of the Boomtown to Hero Pump Station Floodwalls.

The team exhibited outstanding management and safety awareness, working more than 600,000 man-hours with zero lost time accidents.

 

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