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Metro Walls Welcomes New Safety Director

Updated: Jan 3




Metro Walls is excited to announced that Ty Sullivan joined the team as their new Safety Director! In his role, Sullivan will be responsible for managing and maintaining their Health & Safety Program across all four offices and service areas. In addition to overseeing and coordinating the company’s safety training programs, policies, and procedures, he will be responsible for risk analysis and management, safety reporting, and developing and expanding upon Metro Walls’ safety strategic plan to meet safety goals. Sullivan joins Metro Walls with over ten years of construction safety experience and extensive industry knowledge. Previously, he worked for a large electrical contractor where he held the position of Safety Director and successfully established a strong safety culture through leadership, training, and employee engagement. His successful background, professionalism, and enthusiasm will play a tremendous role in elevating Metro Walls’ safety program to the next level. Sullivan, who will be based out of the Manchester, NH office, will work closely with their management team, safety personnel, Foreman, and Project Managers, as well as their customers and vendors, to maintain their outstanding safety culture. “I’m very excited to be part of the Metro Walls team, where I will be able to contribute to the continued success of their safety program and culture, while also being given the opportunity to develop and grow as a safety professional,” said Sullivan. “I couldn’t have picked a better company for this next chapter, and I look forward to seeing what the future holds.” Metro Walls’ exponential growth over the last few years is a key contributor to this exciting addition, and with this transition, Metro Walls' seasoned Safety Director and General Superintendent, Colin Lane, will shift into the role of General Superintendent full-time where he will be able to provide direct support to the team on jobsites and serve as an additional resource to the safety team to promote safety initiatives and allow for continuous improvement of quality, customer satisfaction, and teamwork.

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