Mark J. Troxell
ARM, Senior Vice President - Safety Services
Mark Troxell has been with The Graham Company since 1999 and is responsible for overall direction of the firm’s Safety Division and providing safety consultation to construction and maritime clients. Troxell is recognized as one of the most effective Construction Safety Consultants in the country. He has over 16 years of safety and loss control experience.
Previous work experience has been primarily with medium to large heavy general contractors, construction managers, street and road contractors and specialty trade contractors. He has been involved with numerous major construction projects with significant falls from heights, traffic control, pedestrian/public, trenching, environmental and scaffolding exposures, from Virginia to New York City.
Troxell currently coordinates safety activities for several large construction wrap-up projects and is actively involved with the safety activities of several large general contractors, large street and road contractors and large stevedoring operations in southeast Pennsylvania. He is responsible for executing risk management assessments, reviewing developing programs and providing training to employees and supervisors, identifying and monitoring exposures and completing loss trend analysis.
Troxell is authorized to instruct the 10- and 30-Hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Construction Outreach Programs and is actively involved in several local and national safety organizations.
Troxell has an Associate Risk Management (ARM) designation and received a bachelor of science degree in geology from Bloomsburg University.
- CFMA Building Profits: Safety Harness for the Bottom Line: Quality Assurance & Control (September 2016)
- GBCA Construction Today: Building a Culture of Safety (2016)
- AGC Constructor: Are We Safe Yet? (July/August 2016)
- Utility & Transportation Contractor: Hidden Risk: Employee Recruitment & Retention (April 2016)
- AGC Safety Matters: Hidden Risk: Employee Recruitment & Retention April 2016
- ABC Construction Executive: How OCIPs and CCIPs Can Redefine a Commitment to Safety (August 2015)