AGC Kicks Off National Work Zone Awareness Week with National, State Safety Study Release
April 15, 2013

Thirty-eight percent of highway contractors had motor vehicles crash into their construction work zones during the past year, according to the results of a new highway work zone study conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America.  Association officials added that the study found work zone crashes are more likely to kill vehicle operators and passengers than construction workers. 

“Any time your job site is just a few feet away from fast moving traffic, danger is never far away,” said Mike Hoover, the chair of the association’s national highway and transportation division and executive vice president of Tempe, Ariz.-based Sundt Construction.  “When you see construction signs and orange barrels, take your foot off the gas, put the phone down and keep your eyes on the road.”

Read the full press release here.

View the following results from AGC’s 2013 Work Zone Awareness Survey:

North Carolina