Delaware Office receives 2015 Governor’s Safety Award

The Delaware Contractor’s Association recognized the Hatzel & Buehler Delaware office with the 2015 Governor’s Safety Award. This award honors companies that emphasize safety as they bring distinction, skill and integrity to the construction industry.

Michigan Office awarded large tank upgrade at Marathon’s Detroit Refinery

Hatzel & Buehler was recently awarded a major project at the Marathon Detroit Refinery.  Marathon’s business partners have created a high demand for their products resulting in a required upgrade of their tank farm pipeline capabilities.  Hatzel & Buehler has been contracted by Marathon to install a new double ended medium voltage substation to feed upgraded pumps/motors at critical tanks.  The project includes 15kV, 5kV, 600V and instrument cabling and terminations for power feeds and control. The power for the substation is being feed 4,500 feet away with parallel feeder cables in the existing operating refinery from an operating substation.  Hatzel & Buehler will also install new lighting, motor control stations, grounding, instruments and fiber optic cabling for communications.  Hatzel & Buehler’s low-voltage subsidiary, Bluestone Communications, will complete the fiber optic cabling.  With a strict project schedule, Hatzel & Buehler is working closely with Marathon to ensure minimal shutdowns during normal operation.

NECA recognizes Hatzel & Buehler with 2016 Safety Awards

The Hatzel & Buehler New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia offices all received special recognition from NECA for their excellence in safety. Each office proudly received the “2016 Zero Injury” Award. The Hatzel & Buehler New Jersey and Michigan offices also received NECA’s 2016 “Safety Excellence” Award.

“NECA’s Safety Excellence and Zero Injury Awards program is an elite safety recognition program focused on recognizing thriving companies that excel in multiple areas of their safety and health programs. Awards are given to member companies that consistently have OSHA recordable injury and fatality rates at levels lower than the industry standard, and implement internal company safety practices above and beyond basic compliance. The Zero-Injury Award recognizes those member-companies that have worked a full calendar year without recordable incidents. The Safety Excellence Award is the associations premier recognition program, and acknowledges member-contractors safety performance.” (