Safety and Construction Supply Inc.
SCS is your source for personal, industrial, traffic control and fleet/utility safety products. You'll find us to be your single source for safety, able to outfit your employees, your vehicles and your plant, all in one place. SCS has been doing business since 1986, primarily in the western United States. We serve a diverse base of local, regional, and national clients in government, utilities, construction, manufacturing and related industries. We have a long relationship with Denver Water and Denver Wastewater that has been in effect for over 20 years. Give us a call next time you need any Traffic Control or safety related products including confined space entry and fall protection.

Address

5590 Joliet st.
Denver, CO 80239
United States
Toll-free: 800-748-2646
Phone: 303-371-8805
Fax: 3033718815

Product Categories

Gas Indicators & Detectors; Safety & Personal Protection Products; Ladder Safety Devices

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