Our Philosophy

Always planning for a safe outcome

We can’t emphasize enough the forethought, planning, and intention that goes into a safe working environment. We don’t hope safety happens—we plan for it. That’s why we abide by the statement “Safety is NO Accident.” Our team members and partners are our friends, neighbors, and family, so safety is always close to home. There’s nothing more important than safety at Charley Toppino & Sons, Inc.

Safety Values

The safety of our team is our biggest priority. We believe everyone on our team deserves a healthy, full life—not merely one that avoids injury. That doesn’t happen by accident.

The Right Training

Safety starts on day one. We provide initial and ongoing training on and off the field, so everyone has the tools necessary to make great decisions.

Honest Communication

A healthy culture of safety means no one is afraid to stop work if there is an unsafe situation. By fostering open communication, we encourage safety on every job site.

Adapt to the Situation

Staying safe means being always present and adapting to the environment around us. We constantly look for ways to increase safety in every part of our business.

Our Safety Practices

Always giving our best

Safety is the most important part of our work and it informs the way we think about our entire culture. It doesn’t matter whether we’re in the office or on the field, safety is our way of life.

On-the-job Training
Daily JSA's
OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 Certification
Specialized Operator Training
Health and Fitness Incentives


At Charley Toppino & Sons, Inc., we work as a family.
Luis Perez Herrera Project Superintendent, Charley Toppino & Sons, Inc.
Working safely is what matters the most when it comes to my team. I make it my goal to work safely and productively at all times.
Pat Stevens Foreman, Charley Toppino & Sons, Inc.
Look no further. Serious, professional, and quality construction company.
Fermin Bergouignan CEO, Monster Grass and Patio

Disaster relief

Beyond Project Safety

Community is important in the Keys because we’re vulnerable to severe weather, and our economy depends heavily on continued tourism. As members of this community, our safety responsibility extends beyond building infrastructure to aiding with storm cleanup and disaster relief. We work so our neighbors can have access to clean water, and so we can all get from point a to point b.