Posted: Dec-20-2018
Message from Mike

This year has been the most difficult I can remember. The tragedy of Dave Snell’s death and the accident that left Klay Gillham injured will forever make 2018 infamous in C.A. Hull history. In addition to these heartbreaks, the industry-wide labor dispute with the Operators Union significantly complicated our work and added stress during an already difficult time. I would like to thank each of you personally for your strength and teamwork throughout this year’s challenges... Read More

Posted: Apr-26-2018
A Message from Mike

2018 is off to a strong start even with the terrible winter weather!  As of last week, we have worked 150,000 man-hours, which is by far our busiest winter/early spring ever.  We are also up to 285 field employees already.  Overall, the work is progressing well and we are on track for another successful year.

The one negative that we have seen so far this season is an uptick in injuries.  To date we have had 3 recordable and 3 first aid injuries.  At this point... Read More

Posted: Dec-20-2017
A Message from Mike

As 2017 ends and I look back on the year we’ve had I’m stunned by the successes!  A few that come to mind include:

We worked a record number of man-hours. We had zero lost time injuries and a drastic reduction in the number of recordable and first-aid incidents. We developed new tools in the field to make our work safer and more efficient. We worked together better than ever before by sharing resources, knowledge, and ideas across all the projects. We won and... Read More
Posted: Aug-30-2017
A Message from Jim Reed

This weekend is the Labor Day holiday, which constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country.

For everyone here at Hull, Labor Day means a much-needed three-day break from a very busy season. This season has had everyone working long hours to meet demanding schedules on high profile projects. 

It is humbling to see how much has been built already this year.

Take... Read More

Posted: May-16-2017

Last week we spent a few extra minutes discussing fall hazards in our morning huddles as part of the 2017 National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. Falls from heights and at same levels claim the lives of so many construction workers each year. As part of this important week, MIOSHA attended one of our safety meetings on I-75 and Square Lake to talk about fall safety. Please see the link below for the full article. Although our photo did not make the webpage, C.A. Hull is... Read More