Collins Pipe & Supply earns outstanding performance honor
The awards honor subcontractors and suppliers who supported Bechtel Power.
East Windsor, Conn.-based Collins Pipe & Supply recently was one of 56 companies recognized for outstanding work on power projects with the annual Bechtel Power Subcontractor and Supplier Recognition Awards.
|Collins Pipe Director of Power and Energy Mike O’Neill (center) accepts an award at the annual Bechtel Power Subcontractor and Supplier Recognition Awards event. Collins Pipe & Supply was one of 56 companies cited for outstanding work on power projects.|
The awards honor subcontractors and suppliers who supported Bechtel Power’s communications, renewable, transmission, nuclear and thermal projects during 2013.
“Subcontractors and suppliers play a critical role in our ability to deliver projects to our customers with the highest levels of safety, quality and ethics,” said Toby Seay, president of Bechtel’s power global business unit. “The expertise and innovation they bring are essential to a project’s success.”
Collins Pipe President Brian Tuohey added, “This recognition supports our company’s dedication to service excellence and our desire to partner with companies such as Bechtel that share this same philosophy.”
Collins Pipe Director of Power and Energy Mike O’Neill accepted the award on behalf of Collins Pipe during an awards ceremony in Frederick, Md. O’Neill credited the outstanding talents of teammates.
“This award reflects the tremendous efforts and dedication of our team,” he said. “To be recognized by a company such as Bechtel is truly an honor.”
Companies were evaluated on multiple factors, including overall performance, the ability to deliver quality equipment on time, the ability to work collaboratively to meet milestones, and meeting or exceeding project expectations in aspects of safety, construction, performance, technical expertise and environmental compliance.
Nominations were submitted by Bechtel project procurement and contracts managers. Final recommendations were approved by senior-most leadership within Bechtel’s power business.