Colorado Real Estate Journal - October 21, 2015
Commercial real estate professionals raise more than $10,000 for charities at Inverness block party
A group of local commercial real estate professionals raised more than $10,000 for children’s charities at an endof-summer block party Sept. 11 at John Derry Memorial Park in Inverness Business Center in Englewood.
Mark Dwyer and Gregg Barker of Lincoln Property Co., along with Bill Thompson and Nick Steitz of CBRE, Adam Riddle of Unique Properties LLC-TCN Worldwide and April Lutz of Chicago Title, organized the fundraiser, which featured bluegrass music by Coal Town Reunion. All proceeds went to Denver Active 20/30, which supports a number of charities for at-risk children in the metro Denver area.
“We were very excited to have the opportunity to create an event that was impactful to the community which provides support for at-risk youth. Overall we were able to raise over $10,000. We were pleased with the turnout for this inaugural event and can’t wait to build upon it in the future,” said Dwyer.
Helping make the event a success were Coal Town Reunion, Declaration Brewery, Rolling Smoke BBQ, Jackson’s All American Grill, Bear Creek Distillery, Colony Capital and Rocky Mountain Janitorial.
Dynalectric employees go pink for seventh annual breast-cancer awareness effort
More than 100 Dynalectric Co. construction workers at various job sites throughout Colorado are wearing EMCOR pink hard hats throughout October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as a "call to action" supporting breast cancer screening and awareness. The effort is part of EMCOR's seventh annual “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today” campaign.
A market leader in expert electrical contracting, Dynalectric Co. is a subsidiary of EMCOR Group Inc., a Fortune 500 leader in mechanical and electrical construction, industrial and energy infrastructure, and building services for a diverse range of businesses.
Dynalectric Co.-branded EMCOR pink hard hats will be seen by scores of people as employees work at a host of client locations throughout the state, ranging from commercial facilities and financial institutions, to health care and airport facilities.
Dynalectric employees are joined by thousands of additional EMCOR employees coast-to-coast who also are wearing pink hard hats during October at hundreds of work sites ranging from hospitals to roadways, and from malls and military bases to universities.
Additionally, Dynalectric Co. vehicles, in combination with EMCOR’s fleet of more than 7,000 service vehicles, are displaying pink hard-hat posters with the “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today” message.
“Dynalectric Co. is delighted to be participating in EMCOR’s seventh consecutive year of conducting this national initiative,” stated Craig Clark, president and CEO. "Our employees wear hard hats on a daily basis for personal protection, and we’re proud of their commitment to wear an EMCOR pink hard hat throughout October to raise awareness for breast cancer and how women and men can help to protect themselves by getting screened."