Mike Coates Construction Company of Niles, Ohio, was awarded the Joan Kovach Safety Leadership Award by the Mahoning Valley Safety Council (MVSC). The award recognizes an individual or company that has been a safety leader in the Mahoning Valley business community. The award is named in honor of Joan Kovach, who together with her husband, owned and operated City Machine Technologies, Inc. since 1985, but who died in a hiking accident in 2006. The MVSC is the second largest safety council in Ohio with nearly 400 members and is part of an Ohio BWC network of more than 70 safety councils throughout the state.
“Here at Mike Coates Construction, we’re committed to providing the safest possible work environment at each of our projects and to being a safety leader in the construction industry,” said Mike Coates, Jr.
With more than 50 years of building excellence, Mike Coates Construction is one of the oldest and largest building contractors located in Northeastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. The company has built its reputation on quality workmanship and completing its projects on time and within budget.
Recently completed projects include the Taft Technology Center in Youngstown, Ohio, the Warren G. Harding High School in Warren, Ohio, and the renovation of several floors at East Liverpool City Hospital. Current projects include a new army reserve center in Cranberry Township, PA, the new Girard Junior-Senior High School in Girard, Ohio, renovation of Laurel Junior-Senior High School in New Castle, PA, and the renovation of several buildings at the Community College of Beaver County in Monaca, PA.
To discuss a building project, contact Mike Coates, Jr. at 330.652.0190.