Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

Commercial Construction & Renovation helps our subscribers design, build and maintain better commercial facilities by delivering content to meet the information needs of today's high-level executives.

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SPRING EDITION • 2017 6 N E W S L E T T E R MANAGE BETTER. GROW FASTER. Online Construction Management Starting at $50/month Unlimited users, unlimited projects, unlimited fi le storage. Choose the right tools for you: Powered by Visit: ChooseBuildingBlok.com/rca Call: (844) 295-6835 If you would like to sponsor a CCRP event, please contact David Corson at davidc@ccr-mag.com Don't miss our CCRP events For information on joining Commercial Construction & Renovation People, contract Membership Director Kristen Corson at kristenc@ccr-people.com Boston • July 13th, 2017 Denver • July 27th, 2017 Giving Back – How RCA Members are Improving Their Communities Gray Construction Members of the Retail Contractors Association are high caliber retail contractors united to provide a solid foundation of ethics, quality, and professionalism within the retail construction industry. But our members are not just building stores around the country; they are also giving back through a variety of public service efforts. In this feature series, we share how our members are making a difference in their local communities. As one of the nation's top ranked engineering, architecture and construction firms, Gray Construction has been providing design- build services to customers from around the world for nearly six decades. Gray's West region office is headquartered in Anaheim, California and led by Bob Moore, President, West region. The company has earned a strong reputation for not only designing and building world-class facilities across the U.S., but for making a difference in the communities in which it builds. A commitment to giving back is one of the cornerstones of the Gray brand. Every year, the company lends time and money to people and organizations that promote community, culture, education and youth. Bike MS, The Heart of Ida, Big Building on the company's continuous commitment to philanthropy, Gray also offers a three-year grant to selected organizations. Through this grant, Gray donates a portion of its annual pre-tax, pre-bonus profit to the select recipient over a period of three years.

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