White Construction & Associates is my contractor of choice when it comes to lake design and construction for Bill Dance signature lakes. I've found their expertise and knowledge to be a valued asset to our team. Their attention to detail and their dedication to serving their clients shows in the quality of their work. Let's go fishing! -Bill Dance

The character of a contractor is never revealed in their base bid, but in how they handle a job and the change orders that might occur. White Contracting has passed the character test. -Ben Clark

My experience with White Construction is that their personnel, from top to bottom, are willing to work with you and your team.  They have exceeded our expectations. -Michael Metz

Safety & Health Policy

The personal safety and health of each employee of White Construction & Associates, Inc. is of primary importance. The prevention of occupationally-induced injuries and illnesses is of such consequence that it will be given precedence over operating productivity whenever necessary. To the greatest degree possible, management will provide all mechanical and physical facilities required for personal safety and health in keeping with the highest standards.

We will maintain a safety and health program conforming to the best practices of organizations of this type. To be successful, such a program must embody the proper attitudes toward injury and illness prevention on the part of both supervisors and employees. It also requires cooperation in all safety and health matters, not only between supervisor and employee, but also between each employee and his fellow workers. Only through such a cooperative effort can a safety record in the best interest of all be established and preserved.


Our objective is a safety and health program that will reduce the number of disabling injuries and illnesses to a minimum, not merely in keeping with, but surpassing, the best experience of other operations similar to ours. Our goal is ZERO accidents and injuries.


Our Safety and Health program will include:


  1. Providing mechanical and physical safeguards to the maximum extent that is possible;

  2. Conducting a program a program of safety and health inspections to find and get rid of unsafe working conditions or practices; to control health hazards; and to comply fully with the safety and health standards for every job;

  3. Training all employees in good safety and health practices;

  4. Providing necessary personal protective equipment and instructions for its use and care;

  5. Developing and enforcing safety and health rules; requiring that employees cooperate with these rules as a condition of employment;

  6. Investigating, promptly and thoroughly, every accident to find out what caused it and to correct the problem so that it won’t happen again;

  7. Setting up a system of recognition and awards for outstanding safety service or performance.

  8. Monthly company safety meetings.

  9. Weekly “tailgate” safety talks between supervisors and employees.



We recognize that the responsibility for safety and health are shared:



  1. The employer is responsible, and accepts the responsibility, for leadership of the safety and health program, for its effectiveness and improvement and for providing the safeguards required to ensure safe conditions;

  2. Supervisors are responsible for developing the proper attitudes toward safety and health in themselves and in those they supervise; and for ensuring that all operations are performed with the utmost regard for the safety and health of all personnel involved, including themselves;

  3. Employees are responsible for wholehearted, genuine cooperation with all aspects of the safety and health program – including compliance with all rules and regulations, and for continuously practicing safety while performing their duties.