Worth Construction Co., Inc. Emphasizes Policy of Providing Safe Conditions on all Jobsites
Worth Construction Co., Inc.’s policy is to provide safe conditions on all jobsites and to protect health and safety of all employees. Worth Construction believes that a major factor in building quality relationships is the well-being and safety of trades-people on our jobs. Safety is a very important aspect of our business operation practices that we continue to improve daily and to emphasize from the start to finish of every project.
Worth Construction Co., Inc. is the General Contractor member of The Associated General Contractors of Connecticut Inc., and The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc.
Worth Construction Co., Inc. is a major general contracting and construction management firm founded and incorporated in New Jersey in May 1978 with current corporate headquarters in Bethel, Connecticut.
For decades, Worth Construction Co., Inc. has served federal, state, local and commercial customers in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area, and has performed on a broad array of contracting and construction projects, including work in the government, residential, industrial, commercial, educational, and healthcare sectors.
Worth Construction Co., Inc. is a privately held corporation with sound management. The Company has grown steadily throughout its history, earning places on Engineering News Record’s “Top 400 Contractors” over the past 20 years. Worth is a proven leader in the industry who has the resources and expertise to help assure the success of all building projects.
Worth Construction Co., Inc. has created a Code of Business Ethics to which all the owners, principals, employees, agents, subcontractors, and vendors of Worth must strictly adhere during performance of their duties on behalf of Worth. Worth Construction Co., Inc. continues to maintain its dedication to the highest ethical standards and absolute compliance with all applicable state, local and federal laws, regulatory requirements and professional regulations.