Our mission at Construction Citizen is straightforward: To advance a socially responsible, sustainable, value added construction industry. Doing that is anything but simple. We are owners, contractors and craftspeople committed to this mission and we can’t do it alone. This is a community effort and we think of you, our readers, as part of that community. That’s why we’re asking you to help us highlight the good and the bad within our industry.
To that end, we’ve launched the Construction Citizen News Tip Line. It’s an anonymous way for you to point our team in the direction with things you see happening that need to be brought to light. We understand that there are many in the industry that feel – as we do – that safety violations, misclassification of workers, bad treatment of employees, and other problems need to be rooted out. But, we also understand the need for anonymity. If you contribute to our coverage, we promise your identity will be kept secret. We will only use your contact information to follow up with any questions our team might have. Or, you can simply leave us a news tip without your information. That might make it harder to look into things, but we’ll do our best.
The flip side of this is we also want to hear about the good things happening in our industry. We have always said the people doing things the right way in construction don’t get enough credit. If you know of someone who should be honored for his or her contributions, let us know.
Thanks for helping us make construction the best industry it can be.
The Construction Citizen Team