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Inclusion

Van Winkle Construction is committed to the growth and sustainability of small and emerging businesses. Our 10 year relationship with Level Construction is just one example of the strength of our Capacity Building Program. We define capacity as” investing in and developing an organization’s internal strengths, systems and skills resulting in greater mission fulfillment, community impact and organizational sustainability”. Today, with the support and partnership with Van Winkle, Level Construction is a well respected contactor in the Atlanta market. The trademark of our Capacity Building Program is our sense of responsibility to our community. We understand that our investment of time and resources into Level Construction helps to support and grow our local community.

Safety

Our dedication to creating a safe and health-minded working environment ensures that you can be proud of how your project is built, start to finish. Our team includes a corporate safety director and safety coordinator to administer our Corporate Safety Program. Our goal is to maintain an efficient, productive construction effort that incorporates safe working methods and strong safety consciousness among employees, subcontractors and material suppliers. Our onsite safety record is outstanding and one goal we set for ourselves every year is to have NO recordable injuries. Since 2003, we have been a registered Drug-Free Workplace in each state where we are working.

Sustainability

Like many clients who choose Van Winkle, the way you look at the process of design, constructing, maintaining and operating buildings is evolving. You want tools that address the entire lifecycle of your building and meet your sustainability goals. Van Winkle offers you the expertise to incorporate LEED®, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, practices throughout preconstruction and construction processes. LEED encourages sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. For more information visit U.S. Green Building Council.