NASHUA, NH — DECCO, Inc. of Nashua, New Hampshire has announced it has achieved the Accredited Quality Contractor credential from Associated Builders and Contractors. Only 229 of the nation’s elite merit shop construction contractors earned the credential in 2020.
“We are honored to receive this accreditation,” notes Kyle Reagan, CEO, DECCO, Inc. “Our employee partners have worked tirelessly to raise the bar each day. This achievement is a direct reflection of their commitment to DECCO’s core values.”
Launched in 1993, ABC’s AQC program provides recognition to world-class construction firms that have documented their commitment in five areas:
- Talent management
- Craft and management education
- Community relations, inclusion, diversity, and equity
- Safety performance - in earning the AQC credential, each member company commits to world-class safety by achieving Gold, Platinum or Diamond level in ABC’s STEP Safety Management System.
“Accredited Quality Contractors are the types of companies I want to work for and do business with because of the priority placed on world-class safety, culture, workforce development, innovation, diversity and quality,” said 2021 ABC National Chair of the Board of Directors Steve Klessig, vice president of architecture and engineering, Keller Inc., Kaukauna, Wisconsin. “Congratulations to the leadership and employees of DECCO, Inc. for your daily commitment to corporate and community service; you exemplify the merit shop philosophy and what’s best about ABC membership.”