Sterling Structures has been a member of the Association of General Contractors since the company’s founding in 1997. CEO Jay Carlton recently retired from the Board of the Houston AGC Chapter after serving 13 years.  Jay currently continues his membership by serving on the AGC/AIA committee.

AGC logoSterling adheres to all AGC safety program initiatives. Random jobsite inspections are completed by the chapter’s safety inspector, and OSHA compliance reports are issued. Sterling field supervisors are certified and trained in AGC first aid, CPR and fall procedures, and are designated “competent person” for issues like confined space situations, excavations and fall hazards. Weekly “toolbox” safety meetings are held at each jobsite, in English and Spanish.

All of Sterling Structures superintendents have completed their OSHA 30 safety training.  all of Sterling's project labor crews have completed their OSHA 10 safety training.

Sterling Structures continues its safety service relationships, inspections and training through AGC Houston, the Houston Area Safety Council (HASC) and ISNetworld.

Sterling continues to enjoy its 2021 workers compensation experience modifier at 0.81.

In 2021, Sterling received a workers compensation award for its sixth year in a row of zero lost time accidents.  And we most recently received the Texas Building Branch Award.  With this acknowledgement, we also were granted a super bonus received from Comp Group/AGC.