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    1. Nabholz Construction Corporation Presented by: Bill Hannah CEO

    3. Established in 1949 26 business units located in AR, OK, MO, KS 1,000 employees (800 craftsmen), merit shop $450,000,000+/- in annual sales; 6,000 projects 2006 ENR #172 (#13 in Telecommunications) 89%+ Negotiated Services Long-term Repeat Business with Blue Chip Clients Our Company

    4. Business Units

    5. Division Offices

    6. Office Locations Oklahoma Operations Oklahoma City Tulsa Ozark Operations Rogers Fort Smith Springfield Kansas City Central Arkansas Operations Conway Jonesboro Little Rock

    7. Licensed in 36 States

    8. Affiliations

    9. Baseline: 1999 Considered one of the safest in our market Full-time Safety Director OSHA compliant, minimal citations, Safety Awards Winner of various safety awards Policy driven, incident reduction goal Our performance that calendar year: 54 Total Employee Incidents 19 Lost-Time Employee Incidents $2,000,000 +/- in GL/AL/BR Claims

    10. Safety Revolution 2000: Safety Conference, Peter Vigue w/Cianbro 2000: First Battles of the Revolution: Executive/Management Commitment New Employee Orientation Daily Site Sense Expanded Employee Safety Training October 2001: Nabholz joins ACIG ACIG approach & best practices (University) The Nabholz Leadership Revolution begins

    11. Safety Record

    12. Elimination of all minor employee incidents Elimination of all types of at fault claims Growth & turnover (300 employees/year) Subcontractor Safety Performance Consistency Battling staleness Complacency Challenges

    13. Where Are We Going? Innovation Little things matter