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844 E. Rockland Road
Aldridge is a significant industrial contractor, headquartered in Libertyville, Ill., working across the United States. With a focus on infrastructure, Aldridge works in the transportation market including transit, highways and aviation, as well as in the powe... more.
Incentives Help Cement Cincinnati-Area Expansion by Homegrown Baker Concrete Construction - Site Selection Online Insider
On the other hand, those homegrown roots certainly didn't hurt the city's chances, judging from comments from Jeff Arnold, Baker vice president of risk management. Said Arnold, "There have been inquiries from some people in Indiana trying to lead us astray.
The Phoenix - National News
Traylor Bros. Risk Manager Jeff Arnold said the pieces remained scattered as an investigation by the U.S. Coast Guard and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) continues. No one from OSHA was available for comment Friday, but Arnold said investigators would return to the site for further research next week. The company will conduct its own investigation, Arnold said, but "right now, the barges are out there and in the same state that they were when the accident happened.We need to get that cleaned up.It's a safety concern." On Thursday, the eight men were manning two barges to transfer one crane from a damaged barge to a safer one, Arnold said."There were two cranes involved," he explained.Arnold said three workers were in an opposite corner while Stewart and another man were under the crane.Both were wearing life vests, and the other worker jumped into the Mississippi River when the crane started coming down, Arnold said. The disabled barge they were working on was damaged in an earlier accident when a towboat hit it on the river.Arnold said it didn't appear to have damaged the crane. Workers came to the yard Friday, but it was only to meet with Arnold and others to talk."I'm going to arrange for some grief counseling," Arnold said.Workers will have the day off, and Arnold said they will probably return Tuesday.
The Kentucky Post
Jeff Arnold, Baker's vice president for risk management, said he's confident the June 30 date can be met, if others do their part. On Monmouth Street, the final remaining obstacle is utility poles needing to be removed, Arnold said, noting that is coordinated by the city and its engineering firm, and beyond his company's control. "Until those are removed we can't complete that," he said. Arnold said his company is uncovering those valves in the West End, and expects to be finished there in "probably two weeks." "If it's punch list things, you're not going to see crews of 20 people out there," Arnold said.
The Cincinnati Post
"We thought they were dead because Bell thought they were dead," said Jeff Arnold, vice president of risk management for Baker."Members of the project staff sat in meeting after meeting and were told that all utilities had been disconnected.In fact, they'd delayed this project for a year for the purpose of moving those utilities." Baker was doing the work as part of a $5 million Ohio Department of Transportation project, under way since last August, to widen Beechmont Avenue. "The bottom line is, we cut live lines that weren't supposed to be there," Arnold said."We were told that all utilities in the area had been disconnected and were told to proceed with the project." Arnold said the mystery will be solved the way many are in corporate America: A conference will be scheduled between Cincinnati Bell, Baker and ODOT sometime in the next two weeks, he said.
Ohio Chamber of Commerce - Governmental Affairs
Chairman: Jeffrey C. Arnold, vice president, risk management, Baker Concrete Construction, Monroe