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LYLES DIVERSIFIED, INC.
WILL LYLES RECOGNIZED BY FAMILY BUSINESS
MAGAZINE AS “ONE TO WATCH” IN 2022
AT NEW ENGLAND
SHEET METAL AND
When times are tough,
many of us turn to our
families for security and
strength to weather
Over the past two years,
with Will Lyles IV at the
helm, Lyles Diversified
Inc. (LDI) and its family of
companies have banded
together to create
stability and growth for all employees and shareholders
during uncertain times.
Despite material and labor shortages, inflation, and a
global pandemic, Will leaned on a lifetime of industry
knowledge and a diversified portfolio of investments
to take measured risks that ultimately strengthened
the company in the form of long-term growth.
For this reason, Will Lyles was recognized by Family
Business Magazine’s November/December 2022 issue
as one of 23 “Family Business CEOs to Watch in 2022”.
The article gives readers a glimpse into the Lyles family’s
evolution of the business from a pipeline construction
company to the multifaceted corporation known as LDI,
as well as Will’s personal growth over the past 15 years
from Vice President to CEO. The magazine highlights
Will’s dedication to maintaining an ethical business that
fosters growth and cultivates talent while encouraging
solid partnerships with firms that share our values.
Choosing safety is a standard
“rallying cry” at every New England
Sheet Metal and Mechanical Co.
(NESM) office, job site, service location, vehicle, yard, and
fabrication shop. Their industry-recognized safety program
emphasizes effective onboarding, training (initial and
refresher), and empowering & equipping each employee
with the knowledge and support to recognize hazards and
to actively choose the safe method to execute every task
A safe working environment is a productive working
environment. With a proven commitment to safety
excellence, NESM offers added value to its clients.
By mitigating risk and creating repeatable safety
protocols, they minimize missed working days and
other incident-related delays to deliver projects on
time and to the highest degree of quality possible.
NESM’s safety record, as measured by Total Recordable
Incidents (TRIR), continues to trend in a positive direction
over multiple years (see chart).
To support continuous improvement in our safety
program, we invite independent third parties, including
ISNetworld, Avetta, and the Cal/OSHA Consultation
Service, to evaluate, scrutinize and provide input.
As a testament to their commitment to safety, NESM
has been awarded multiple Golden Gate Partnership
Recognitions over the years. Most recently, Golden
Gate awarded NESM with the 2021 safety award
wherein Cal/OSHA Consultation Service stated, “…
your managers and employees demonstrated a
commitment to continuously improve the effectiveness
of its workplace safety and health management system.
The Cal/OSHA Consultation Service is commending
this commitment to workplace safety and health.”
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