MTech Mechanical Takes 3rd Place in the AGC National Safety Excellence Awards

WESTMINSTER, CO, March 14, 2017 – MTech Mechanical’s long-standing reputation as a leader in construction safety was solidified last week as the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) named MTech as the 3rd Place national winner of its prestigious AGC Construction Safety Excellence award (CSEA). MTech was recognized in the Specialty Division, 750,000 – 1 million work hours category. The award was presented at the AGC National Convention is Las Vegas.

“We have prided ourselves on being one of Colorado’s safest contractors and the prestigious AGC CSE award bears that out,” said MTech Mechanical Safety Director, Ernie Sotolongo. “This is a great honor to everyone at MTech that makes sure each of our team members goes home safely each evening.”

The AGC CSAE award recognizes those construction companies who excel at safety and health performance. This program closely examines each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. AGC’s CSEA selection process is considerably comprehensive. Judges look for evidence of company management commitment, active employee participation, safety training, work site hazard identification and control, and safety program innovation. ​

MTech has recently completed 3 million hours on the job without lost time due to injury. Since October 2010 when the historic streak began, MTech has averaged approximately 640,000 work hours per year and an average revenue of $94 million.


About MTech Mechanical
Colorado based MTech Mechanical, founded in 2002 and employing over 400 individuals, is the region’s premier provider of mechanical systems. The company provides comprehensive design/build/maintenance services for commercial clients and offerings include HVAC, plumbing, chemical process, repair and preventive maintenance services. They pride themselves on superior technical expertise, enhanced client relationships and total mechanical solutions. For more information, visit