FWC has taken the initiative to build specific developments that follow guidelines to earn EarthCraft Certification. The purpose of EarthCraft certification is to encourage companies to build more energy efficient homes and communities. The guidelines for EarthCraft certification were established in 1999 by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and Southface. EarthCraft is a proud supporter of affordable housing efforts in the Southeast. FWC has built three different types of developments earning this certification:
FWC is committed to sustainable building practices.
We believe in supporting the safety, health and well-being of our employees. Employees receive the opportunity to attend training seminars, conventions and certification classes to continue improving upon their current knowledge of safety and quality measures.
FWC is a contractor member in good standing with the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies. This membership is limited to contractor’s agents who have passed the NASCLA Accredited Examination, designed to provide cross-jurisdictional accreditation for contractors who wish to work in multiple states which require licensure. The association strives to encourage contractors to promote public health and safety through obtaining the NASCLA accreditation.
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Each day, the FWC teams work with subcontractors to maintain a safe working environment. Daily and weekly meetings are held regularly to enforce safety measures on the job site.
FWC employees are required to obtain OSHA certification to join the FWC team. The program offers hands-on training to encourage preventative safety measures to be implemented on job sites during all aspects of the construction process.