Read more about Saunders Construction’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility.
Saunders Construction takes their work seriously, after all, they are dealing with big projects, lasting structures and building what matters. They have a keen focus on sustainability and are striving to reduce their waste stream, water use, and carbon footprint.
But even with all that, they still take the time to have a good time and do good. They are involved with many charitable and civic efforts, in fact, close to 40 so far this year, from the National Jewish Beaux Arts Ball, the Tennyson Center Q & Brew, American Red Cross Heroes Soiree, the Children’s Diabetes Foundation, Mental Health Colorado and more. It’s an impressive list.
Margy Moseley, the company’s community investment lead, observes that “Saunders was founded by a firm believer in supporting the community, with a particular focus on children’s health, education, services, and programming. The philosophy of Dick Saunders has remained strong and is a cornerstone of our company culture.”
Pictured here at the National Jewish Health Beaux Arts Ball are (left to right): Justin Cooper, VP Project Development, Saunders Construction, wife Jennifer Crick, Ryan Balakas, VP of Operations, Saunders Construction and wife Ashley Balakas.
Saunders Construction was also recently named a 2017 Top Workplace in a special
Denver Post-initiated research project. We are lucky to have companies like Saunders Construction here in Colorado and we are glad Saunders is part of B:CIVIC.