US Builders Review is proud to showcase construction companies that give back to their communities in our new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) segment. This segment highlights companies and executive leaders that are dedicated to making a positive impact on the neighborhoods their businesses serve through community initiatives, charitable sponsorship and volunteer engagement.
We believe and know by experience that community involvement not only builds a strong company culture, but also attracts new hires and builds your business reputation.
Tell us about your community involvement
Is your company a community-minded business that participates in regular service or fundraising projects?
We want to share your story using our custom digital platform, which boasts more than 50,000 subscribers in the construction industry. In addition, 20% of all story ad revenues will be donated to your company’s favorite charitable organization.
Share stories about the impact your company has and raise money for your favorite cause — it’s a win-win!
“There is nothing more rewarding than paying it forward in our community and leaving people better off than before.” – Joe Albanese, president and CEO of Commodore
This first CSR segment will be published this fall. Among those featured is Commodore Builders, a company that is not only at the center of the Boston construction boom, but also actively engaged in community outreach. Commodore’s work focuses on addressing homelessness in Boston and includes fundraising for Housing Families and the New England Center for Homeless Veterans. “There is nothing more rewarding than paying it forward in our community and leaving people better off than before,” says Joe Albanese, president and CEO of Commodore.
If you would like to learn more about feature opportunities in an upcoming CSR segment please contact me, Bill Keaton, segment coordinator at: [email protected].