Repcon was the first mechanical contractor to receive OSHA’s VPP STAR Mobile Contractor designation in 2005 and was just re-approved for the fourth time. Further, Repcon is one of only a select few contractors listed in the OSHA Federal Register, where their policies and procedures have been approved for all 10 Federal Regions.
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Repcon is proud to have been recently recognized by 12 clients for our outstanding safety performances in 2018 with AFPM Contractor Safety Achievement Awards. Recognizing maintenance contractors working a minimum of 20,000 hours per calendar year at a regular member facility, Repcon was presented the prestigious award at the May, 2019 AFPM Contractor Safety Achievements Banquet in Grapevine, TX.
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Repcon is proud to have been awarded the 2019 Houston Business Roundtable Safety Mentor Award. Miguel Rios (L) and Cruz DeLaCruz (R) accepted the award at the banquet held in Galveston, TX in May.
In 1993, ABC launched a program, The Accredited Quality Contractor Program (AQC), which recognizes those construction firms which have documented their commitment to quality in six key areas of corporate responsibility, including quality, safety, management education, craft training, employee benefits, and community relations and outreach.
The AQC program is an annual accreditation and Repcon received recertification in 2017.
Repcon has also earned an ABC National Excellence in Construction 2017 award, ten AFPM Contractor Safety Awards, numerous South Texas Safety Excellence Awards, and multiple ABC STEP Diamond Awards.
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Repcon State-of-the Art
Training and Testing Facility
Repcon has opened a hands-on training & practical testing facility that provides training for: tower set up, exchangers, boilermaker skids and piping arrangements. Since opening in 2015 to address the shortage of qualified craft workers thousands have been trained on next-generation tools and equipment.