About

Trident’s Expertise

Trident’s expertise comes from experience in creating high quality solutions for virtually every need, from utilitarian storage and distribution centers to the most sophisticated structures. (Make sure to browse the “Projects” pages.)

Our engineering and design teams, using advanced structural analysis software, factor in building code requirements at the start, deliver detailed fabrication and construction approval drawings, and budgets that are right the first time.

The details incorporated into your building makes erection go quicker and easier.

Our CNC fabricating equipment then translates drawings into precise building components for faster construction.

We provide realistic construction schedules and then stick to them. And we provide construction support such as steel erection, in-place steel inspection and certification.

At Trident, the value is in the details.

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Safety

At Trident Building Systems we are committed to provide the safest possible work site for our employees and owners. It is the Company Policy that accident prevention be a prime concern to all of us. The goal is to educate and train employees on potential workplace hazards in order to reduce the severity of work-related injuries and illnesses. To achieve this goal we have developed a safety program to maximize employee involvement with the main points identified below.

Safety Orientation and Training – All new employees are required to go through our safety orientation program prior to starting work and all employees are given more specific training for complex or technical jobs including OSHA certifications.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program – Our drug and alcohol abuse program includes pre-employment screening, random testing, and post accident testing.

Project Hazard Analysis – Prior to work beginning, the safety director and the project crew leader reviews the contract documents to identify potentially hazardous task, conditions, materials, or special training required to perform the task.

Pre-task Planning – This is specific task analysis by the superintendent and crew leader. They discuss, with the crew, the hazards anticipated with the task, equipment needed to perform the job safely, and personal protective equipment to be worn.