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Who We Are

The Constant Pursuit to do Everything Better

KHS&S is transforming construction from a field-based industry to an industry of digital modeling, virtual project delivery, prefabrication and Lean manufacturing.  We are defined by a core purpose and set of values that drives us to not be defined by others, but rather forge our own path into the future.

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Direction

We set our own direction and refuse to be defined by others

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Results

We are solution oriented and results driven

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Opportunity

We provide opportunity and recognize performance

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Pride

We take great pride in who we are and what we do

5000 + Projects Since 1984

History

Pioneers in Construction Since 1984

KHS&S was founded in 1984 as a regional wall and ceiling contractor and enjoyed a decade of steady growth amidst the expansion of Walt Disney World, EPCOT Center and the exploding economy of Central Florida.  In 1996, the company expanded westward to California and Nevada, beginning the company’s rapid ascent to becoming one of the largest specialty contractors in the United States and the international leader in themed construction.

Safety

An Unwavering Commitment to a Culture of Safety

Safety is a core value at KHS&S. Our commitment is demonstrated in our ongoing development of comprehensive programs that include training and development, safety inspections, safety incentives and daily job walks. Every KHS&S safety program has the single goal of sending workers home safely every night.

  • Management Support
  • Training and Education
  • Accountability
  • Leadership plays a vital role in developing and maintaining an ideal safety culture.

    Leadership and field management from the president through the first line supervisor contributes to safety performance. This high level of support demonstrates the importance that safety plays on every project.

     

  • We are committed to providing safety and health related orientation and training for employees at all levels within the organization.

    Training ranges from daily tool box talks and Lean stand up meetings to OSHA certifications, informative updates and job site hazard analysis.

  • Everyone plays a role in our safety culture

    Every employee is required to do their part in making safety a priority. Workers are encouraged to provide suggestions on improving safety quality and productivity.