COLUMBIA, Md., October 8, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation has donated $2,715 to Howard County General Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as part of the company’s 50 Ways to Make a Difference philanthropic initiative.
50 Ways to Make a Difference is an award-winning, annual community outreach initiative that was launched in 2009 to celebrate KBE’s 50th year in business. It focuses on providing charitable support for local children and seniors through several distinct programs, including employee initiatives such as “Change Makes a Difference” and “Jeans Friday,” as well as financial donations from the company and its owners. The campaign for the current year is focused on making a difference in the lives of children.
KBE’s NICU donation will go toward purchase and installation of a new DVD player for the parent’s waiting room and an infant CPR training doll.
“We are so grateful for KBE’s generous donation,” said Paul Skalny, Board Chair of the Howard Hospital Foundation. “Not only will this donation aid in the NICU staff’s education, but it will also go toward comforting our patients and their families.”
About KBE Building Corporation
Regionally located in Farmington, Conn., and Columbia, Md., KBE Building Corporation is a full-service, single-source commercial construction company strategically positioned to serve the Eastern and Mid-Atlantic U.S. Founded in 1959 and incorporated in 1966, the firm provides preconstruction, construction management, design-build, and general contracting services to clients in the educational, senior living, federal, corporate, hospitality, health care, institutional, and retail markets. KBE has managed more than $2.5 billion in construction volume over the last decade and is ranked among Engineering News-Record magazine’s top 400 construction companies nationally.
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