Colombo Construction Company, Inc.
“Constructing Another Safe Project”

An informed workforce is Colombo Construction’s best safety asset!

Colombo Construction promotes a “think safety” first mindset for our employees in the workplace and on all job sites.  We are committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, our partners and the communities in which we serve and work.  

Colombo maintains one of the best safety records in the industry statewide and has been recognized by Cal-OHSA as a participant in the Division’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). The design, performance and success of our Safety and Health Management Program is to safeguard our employees by reducing the risk of work-related accidents, injuries and illnesses.  Colombo’s Safety Program encourages employees to identify and report potential hazards while promoting safety practices in their work environment.  

Successful risk reduction begins with people.  Promoting ideas and safe work practices should not only be a key element of workforce training but reinforced regularly.  Team Colombo firmly believes our commitment to building a proactive safety culture not only avoids the direct and indirect costs of worker injuries and illnesses, but builds morale, increases productivity and improves employee recruiting and retention.

Serious about Safety 



Construction project experience:  1991 to present

Dale Bryan has been with Colombo Construction for 29 years serving a vital role in providing input, training and oversight into the company’s Safety and Health Management Program.

He served four years as a Paramedic with Hall Ambulance and 28-years as a Captain, EMT with the Bakersfield Fire Department. As a Captain with the City of Bakersfield Fire Department, Dale was assigned and served in various roles of responsibility including a member of the Urban Search and Rescue Team, Captain on the Hazardous Material Team, Engine Pumping Apparatus Instructor and Proctor as well as a Probationary Firefighter Trainer. 

Dale is certified as a Hazardous Material Specialist, Hazardous Material Assistant Safety Officer, Crane Rigging Technician, Rescue Systems I and II CSTI (low and high angle rope rescue), Trench Rescue and Confined Space certified.  

In 2015, Dale was awarded the Kern County Optimist Award and Kern County EMT of the Year Award.  He is a recipient of the Cal OSHA SHARP award and is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals.   

Commitment • Quality • Innovation • Excellence Since 1948

Since 1948 we have been Impressing Our Clients with our creative solutions, innovative approaches and consistent support. Let us show you the difference working with Colombo can make for your building project.