Recognition Award
Superintendent of the Year

Randy Scott
John Korsmo Construction

Randy Scott helped save a subcontractorís life last year by recognizing he was having a heart attack.

In 2005, Randy Scott experienced what every safety superintendent trains for but never hopes will happen. Scott recognized that a roofing contractor was turning pale and moving side-to-side, one of the first signs of a heart attack according to first aid classes he had taken.

Scott immediately got the man off the roof and called 911. On the way to the hospital, the manís heart stopped beating and he was brought back to life by a defibrillator. He recently received the Red Cross Workplace Safety Hero Award and the governorís Lifesaving Award for his efforts.

Scott is often the superintendent on owner-occupied projects such as churches, schools and fire stations. Clients have expressed they enjoy interacting with Scott as their on-site superintendent.

Scott is also active in the companyís Helping Hands program in which employees and their families donate time and talents to charitable organizations. He helped build a nine-hole miniature golf course for a Mary Bridge Childrenís Hospital fund-raiser.

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