A great company needs a great foundation, MacMor Construction, LLC has just that. Owner, Bryan L. Golden started this company in the summer of 2013. He worked for his dad, Gerry Golden, in the Construction Industry for years learning just what it takes to make it in the construction industry, then went on to work for several large construction companies perfecting his construction skills until he decided he wanted to do more for his family while being an integral part of his community. He named MacMor Construction in honor of his daughters Mackenzie and Morgan and his father joined him with a switch of roles. MacMor continues to be a family business focused on helping clients and employees both as an up and coming construction firm in Pennsylvania.
A 1998 graduate of Northern High School, Dillsburg, Pa, Bryan excelled as the catcher for the high school team. He continued his career in baseball at Potomac State College of WVU in Keyser, WV where he met his wife, Meredith. In 2000 he was drafted to play in the minor league for the Chicago Cubs. After a few years with the Cubs he and Meredith returned to the Dillsburg area to be near family. It was at this point Bryan started working for his dad in the construction industry. His dad, along with the construction community gave him a solid foundation for his beginning MacMor Construction. It also helped define his values and shaped his own vision for the firm.
At MacMor Construction LLC, we are committed to ensuring Everyone Goes Home at the end of the workday. It is the policy of this company to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. It also is our corporate responsibility to ensure the safety and health of our customers, subcontractors and the public.
Management considers no phase of operations or administration of greater importance than accident prevention. It is the policy of the company to conduct all operations safely and prevent injuries to persons and damage to property. It is everyone’s responsibility for a safe jobsite. We encourage a culture where we all focus on what more “I” can do to ensure that our fellow employees are complying with all safety standards.
All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and health program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or the safety representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety training activities. Remember, Safety does not occur by chance.