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American Public Gas Association honors the City at National Conference.
Photo Caption: Lawrenceville Gas Department Staff were recognized at the November City Council Meeting: Caleb Duncan, James Parr, Todd Hardigree - Director, Kyle Hamby, Josh Morris, Jayson Davis, Mike Mills, Mike Brandenburg, and Keith Roche – City Councilman.
The City of Lawrenceville Gas Department has received the American Public Gas Association’s (APGA) Safety Award for the fifth consecutive year. This award is presented at the 2019 APGA Operations Conference to a select group of natural gas providers who have maintained the highest performance standards and safety records for their respective categories. Standards are based on a calculation of man-hours worked and hours lost to injury.
“Keeping safety first continues to be the top priority for our gas professionals,” said Chuck Warbington, City Manager. “To be a five-year national safety award recipient indicates five years of quality service to our taxpayers and utility customers. Congratulations to all.”
Barry Mock, Assistant City Manager, added, “The utility industry demands safety at all times. I am extremely proud of the Natural Gas Department, led by Todd Hardigree for its daily commitment to safety. This award is well-deserved and a true team effort.”
The Mayor and Council recognized the members of the Gas Department for this award and their continued commitment to safety at the City Council meeting on November 13. For additional information about the American Public Gas Association and the 2019 award winners, click here.
The City of Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department was established in the 1950’s and currently serves approximately 50,000 customers in four counties: Gwinnett, Newton, Rockdale, and Walton. It is the 2nd largest municipally owned gas department in the State of Georgia. There are 43 employees in the division, led by Todd Hardigree, Department Director. Since 2015, the City of Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department has completed $22M in gas infrastructure ungrades.