AGC Charities Provides over $100,000 to Puerto Rico Construction Workers

AGC Charities Provides over $100,000 to Puerto Rico Construction Workers

EC&M Magazine

GC Charities, Inc., the charitable arm of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), is providing 65 construction workers in Puerto Rico with $100,750 in donated funds to help cover losses they incurred as a result of Hurricane Maria. The checks, which amount to $1,550 per construction worker, are intended to help employees of firms that belong to the association cover the costs of uninsured and uncompensated damages caused by the storm.

“Contractors may do hard work, but they have soft hearts, especially when it comes to helping some of their own,” says Dirk Elsperman, the association’s national senior vice president and Executive Vice President & COO of St. Louis, Mo.-based Tarlton Corp. “These checks won’t make everything right, but they will help these construction professionals get their lives back on track…” (Read the full story)

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