“We are citizens of a community, both small and large,” said Dan Rowe, President of TreanorHL. “Our core mission and purpose is to serve others through the built environment. We give one day each year back to the local communities in which we live, and a lifetime of improving the world through sustainable design.”
A few of the organizations TreanorHL has worked with in the Midwest Contractor area include:
- Lawrence Habitat ReStore
- Elizabeth B. Ballard Center
- Clinton Lake, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Pendleton’s Country Market
- Newhouse Domestic Violence Shelter
- Scraps KC
- Avenue of Life
- Shawnee County Parks + Recreation
- Meadows Elementary School
- Let’s Help Inc.
Several of these organizations serve hundreds of citizens daily, often providing goods and services otherwise unavailable to individuals and families in need. TreanorHL also works with organizations dedicated to conserving the natural environment and providing safe access to nature for the community. Others provide homes for families, safe spaces for victims of domestic violence, childcare for working parents, accessible public parks, and more.
“Our Day of Giving stems from our own values,” said Amy Bellerive, Director of Human Resources at TreanorHL. “Employees select local nonprofit organizations that are important to them, and as a group we decide where we can best share our diverse talents. Often, these activities lead to ongoing volunteer relationships between our employees and the organizations.”
“From the most seasoned principal to our newest student intern, we take this day to give back together,” said Neal Angrisano, Principal at TreanorHL. “We encourage all of our associates to be engaged and give back in significant ways.”