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The Builders’ Association receives award from the Boy Scouts

Left to right: Alise Martiny, Business Manager, Greater Kansas City Building and Construction Trades Council; Patrick “Duke” Dujakovich, President, Greater Kansas City AFL-CIO; Allen Dillingham, Government Relations Director, The Builders’ Association; Bill Wien, Communications Director, The Builders’ Association; Gus R. Meyer, Eagle Scout and President, Rau Construction Company; Chris Stanton, Vice President of Preconstruction, McCownGordon Construction and Vice Chairman, The Builders’ Association; Dan R. Meyer (holding award), Eagle Scout and Senior Vice President, Rau Construction Company; Don Greenwell, President of The Builders’ Association; Richard Bruce, Ph.D., Workforce & Professional Development Director, The Builders’ Association; Romond Holt, Outreach Manager, The Builders’ Association; Andrew Greenwell, Eagle Scout; and Kate Beatham, KU Medical Center, fiancée of Andrew. – Nicole Bissey Photography

The Builders’ Association received the prestigious Community/Labor Partner Award at the George Meany and Community/Labor Partner Awards Dinner on Aug. 22.
This award is presented annually to organizations that have provided significant contributions to local scouting programs. These organizations, along with their employees, believe in making our community a better place in which to live, work and raise our children.
“We are proud to be part of a mission that we share with all of our labor partners, and that is to do our best, to do our duty, to be prepared to help other people at all times, and to do a good turn daily,” said Don Greenwell, Builders’ Association president, during his acceptance speech.
Romond Holt, the Association’s outreach manager, thanked the association’s staff.
“We would like to thank the apprenticeship instructors and coordinators, and our contractors, for making our construction mentoring programs a success. Just remember: Together Everybody Achieves More,” he said.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly was the featured speaker of the event held at the Argosy Casino Ballroom in Riverside, Missouri.
The Builders’ Association is a forward-looking trade group advancing commercial construction throughout the heartland region. The Association represents about 750 general contractor, subcontractor, supplier, and service provider member companies employing about 25,000 people. For more information, visit www.buildersassociation.com.

La Asociación de Constructores recibió el prestigioso premio Community/Labor Partner en la cena George Meany y Premios Community/Labor Partner el 22 de agosto.
Este premio se entrega anualmente a organizaciones que han aportado contribuciones significativas a los programas de exploración locales. Estas organizaciones, junto con sus empleados, creen en hacer de nuestra comunidad un lugar mejor para vivir, trabajar y criar a nuestros hijos.
“Estamos orgullosos de ser parte de una misión que compartimos con todos nuestros socios laborales, y que es hacer lo mejor, cumplir con nuestro deber, estar preparados para ayudar a otras personas en todo momento y hacer un buen trabajo diariamente”, dijo Don Greenwell, presidente de la Asociación de Constructores, durante su discurso de aceptación.
Romond Holt, gerente de extensión de la Asociación, agradeció al personal de la asociación.
“Nos gustaría agradecer a los instructores y coordinadores de aprendizaje, y a nuestros contratistas, por hacer que nuestros programas de tutoría de construcción sean un éxito. Sólo recuerden: Juntos, todos logran más”, dijo.
La gobernadora de Kansas, Laura Kelly, fue la oradora principal del evento celebrado en el Argosy Casino Ballroom en Riverside, Missouri.
La Asociación de Constructores es un grupo comercial con visión de futuro que promueve la construcción comercial en toda la región central. La Asociación representa a cerca de 750 empresas contratistas generales, subcontratistas, proveedores y proveedores de servicios que emplean a unas 25,000 personas. Para más información, visite www.buildersassociation.com.




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