JHL is a socially responsible company. We are conscious of our environment and community and make giving back a real priority. Below are a few of our recent community events.
JHL Builds New Park for Warren Village's First Step Facility
JHL Constructors, along with several local subcontractors and suppliers, recently completed a community service project for Warren Village's First Step facility in Denver. Warren Village is a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing to single parents who are trying to change their lives. The project included a new cedar shade structure, split rail fencing and gates, an elevated playhouse, swings, a slide, a sandbox, and new landscaping.
The project was a collaboration of over 15 local companies; including Builders Enterprises, Carrasco Kube Cabral, Commercial Fence & Ironworks, Contractors Door & Millwork, Dynamic Painting, Empire Staple Company, FASTSIGNS DTC, First Electric, Landtech Contractors, Rails Plus, Shelter Products, See Saw Creative, SLATERPAULL Architects, Trussway, Westar Framing, and White Cap Construction Supply.
JHL has completed several community service projects for Warren Village, including hosting Family Night dinners and activities. For more information on Warren Village, please visit their website at www.warrenvillage.org.
JHL Constructors Hosts 2nd Annual Kids Classic Golf Tournament
JHL Helps Sponsor ‘American Hero Day’ for Charter School Students
On October 11, JHL took part in sponsoring a program bringing together charter school students and WWII Veterans. The Veterans spoke about their experiences of war, answered questions, and brought life to the history that students read about in books. American Hero Day was organized by The Greatest Generations Foundation in collaboration with Woodrow Wilson Academy.
JHL Employees Raise Over $6,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
On September 11, 2011, JHL Constructors participated in the Walk to Cure Diabetes at the Pepsi Center. JHL employees raised over $6,000 to support diabetes research and research-related education. JHL participated in the 2010 walk and raised over $5,500.