Fortis Construction Donates $5,000 to Geometry in Construction

Fortis Construction donates $5,000 to Geometry in Construction

Fortis Construction recently donated $5,000 to the Geometry in Construction program at Crook County High School. Fortis donates funds to classes that address a need for growth in the construction industry, encourages students to look at careers in construction, and creates a positive impact on construction workforce issues. The company wants to help promote academic and technical training achievement that leads to construction industry careers, addresses construction industry workforce development issues and needs, and promotes education and awareness of construction career pathways. Billy Hall and Jake Williams team teach the class. They will use the $5,000 to buy a pallet rack for storage, lumber, and supplies to build a storage shed for the class supplies and lumber. The 26 students are currently building two 4’x8’ playhouses. Thank you, Fortis Construction, for your generous donation! Pictured: CCHS teacher Billy Hall, Fortis Construction Superintendent Mark Schutz, Fortis Construction Project Manager Dave Watson, and Fortis Construction Safety Manager Drew Standridge. Not pictured: Fortis Construction Office Manager Ann Fisher.

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