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Riley Construction Serves Safe Babies Healthy Families

Jan. 18, 2014

Riley Construction leaders, Ben Kossow, Vice President and Division Manager of the Milwaukee Office, Matt Tadisch, Business Development Manager and company teamed up with an amazing group of volunteers to give the home office of Safe Babies Healthy Families, Waukesha County, a facelift. The volunteers took time out of their weekend to re-carpet offices, replace out-of-date ceiling tiles with brand new materials and paint the restrooms.

Special thanks to United Flooring for donating their time and carpet squares to the project, Common Links Construction for providing paint and Posterino for donating the ceiling tiles. Riley Construction orchestrated the entire project. Kossow shared, “We want to do more in the community. It’s the right thing to do.” Riley Construction hopes to work with nonprofits throughout the area on a monthly basis.

Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity, consisting of MSOE-Engineering Majors provided the “muscle” for the day working side by side with the business volunteers.

Safe Babies Healthy Families staff are overjoyed by the renovations that the volunteers provided for their office space.

Safe Babies Healthy Families is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the well-being and safety of innocent babies and children in our community and driven by its belief that EVERY child deserves a chance to live a life free from abuse, neglect and poverty.

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