O&G Industries, Inc.

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Human Resources

O&G is an equal opportunity employer that follows a policy of promoting equal employment opportunities.  O&G does not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race, color, religious creed, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, mental retardation, learning disability, present or past history of mental disorder or physical disability including but not limited to blindness, unless it is shown that such disability prevents performance of the work involved, or any other status or condition protected by applicable state or Federal laws, regarding considerations such as recruiting, hiring, training, on the job treatment and promotion. 

O&G’s most valuable asset is its employees, whom we are committed to protect to the fullest extent possible.  In safeguarding this asset, it is our intention to provide employees with as safe a work environment as possible.  We expect each employee to actively and continuously participate in this TEAM EFFORT – an effort that is intended to protect the health and safety of each individual associated with the work and the project sites.  O&G conducts monthly safety meetings as well as OSHA and MSHA training classes.  O&G has been recognized by CCIA (Connecticut Construction Industry Association) with several awards for achieving excellence in construction safety and health.



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The Trans-Alaska Pipeline crosses a 4,800’ high pass in the Brooks Range, spans the Yukon River on a 2,300’ long steel box girder structure and climbs a 3,300’ high pass in the Chugach Mountains. At $8 billion, it was the largest privately funded construction project up to that time.