L+M Builders Group LLC
Health and Safety Director
Darrell Fullerton oversees all EH&S operations for L+M’s construction group. As L+M continues to grow this task covers a number of projects city wide, Darrell’s commitment to maintaining a safety culture wherever he is and his knowledge and experience of Federal, State and Local regulations is unparalleled.
He has more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry and has worked for trade contractor, general contractors, and owners on a wide variety of project types including civil, commercial, healthcare, and residential on both union and open shop.
He has led the development of health and safety programs including the relevant processes and design of cutting edge safety meetings and Forms. Darrell has delivered safety training to thousands of workers in the NY City area.
Prior to joining L&M, Darrell spent almost 10 years with Turner Construction as a consultant (ESC) and employee, where he oversaw safety related issues on many of New York City’s prestigious institutions. Additionally Darrell supervised more than 100 Crane related preplans and erections. Prior to Turner construction he has served in various capacities as a Regional Safety Director of Licensed Site Safety Managers in NYC, Project Manager, Welder / Fabricator/Steel Erector, and Crane Operator.
As an OSHA Outreach Trainer Darrell has delivered more than 30 different types of safety training related to OSHA, NYC DOB, FDNY (NFPA), ASHE-ICRA/ILSM etc. and has been a certified crane operator for twenty years. Darrell completed coursework in mechanical engineering and musical arts at Central Arizona College.
As a member of the NCCCO since 2000 Darrell continues to hold a valid Crane operator certification with the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators as one of the pioneer operators. Additionally he is a NYC licensed Site Safety Coordinator, FDNY S-56 and continues to assist the NYC Department of Buildings on various “Code committees” , ensuring long term safety of the public as the city continues to grow vertical.