Bob Moore Construction Raises $19,580 in Contributions to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

September 13, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
September 13, 2017 - Bob Moore Construction has raised $19,580 of employee and company contributions to donate to the United Way of Greater Houston in support of hurricane relief efforts.

In August, 2017 the gulf coast of Texas was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey, a massive Category 4 storm that dumped 33 trillion gallons of water, mostly in Texas. 60 Texans were killed during the storms, with more than 1 million residents displaced and 200,000 homes damaged. More than 200,000 homes were damaged in a 300 mile path of destruction; early estimates of property damage range from $45 to $75 billion, with billions more lost in jobs and future economic activity. Some damage estimates exceed $150 billion, which would make Hurricane Harvey the most costly storm in history.

In an effort to help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey, Bob Moore Construction offered its employees a donation incentive, where every dollar given to relief efforts would be matched by the company. In addition, the company was pleased to present a separate donation for $10,000 to the United Way of Greater Houston. Combined contributions equaled $19,580.

"It has been humbling and gratifying to see millions of Americans respond so generously to help the people in south Texas," said Phillip Bell, Chief Executive Officer of Bob Moore Construction. "The members of the Bob Moore Construction family were enthusiastic to offer their support as well. I'm proud that their contributions, matched by Bob Moore Construction, amounted to almost $10,000. With an additional $10,000 contribution from the company, we hope that we will have a positive impact on many families around Houston.

"Bob Moore Construction has spent the last 70+ years building Texas," Mr. Bell added, "and we appreciate the opportunity to make our contribution, as a company and as a family of fellow Texans, to help rebuild our state now."

About the United Way of Greater Houston
United Way serves as the convening organization to bring together non-profit and community partners, as well as civic and government stakeholders from across the Greater Houston area, to coordinate recovery efforts, both assessing the needs and providing support where it is needed most.

In addition, United Way operates the 2-1-1 Texas / United Way HELPLINE, which is the community's key information source before, during and after a storm. 2-1-1 is answered 24/7 and call specialists access a comprehensive database of disaster resources that is continuously updated.

About Bob Moore Construction
Now celebrating 70 years of construction excellence in Texas and around the United States!

A recipient of the QUOIN / AGC General Contractor of the Year Award, the TEXO / AGC Summit Award for Construction Excellence and the Texas Building Branch-AGC Outstanding Construction Award, Bob Moore Construction has been one of the most respected commercial construction companies in Texas since 1946. An industry leader in tilt-up construction, the company was the first general contractor in the United States to be formally certified as a TCA Certified Company by the Tilt-up Concrete Association (TCA). Bob Moore Construction was also one of the first general contractors in North Texas to be accepted into the OSHA Local Partnership program in recognition of its superior safety program. The company's portfolio includes a wide range of commercial buildings, from warehouses and distribution centers to office buildings and retail stores. Whether it is providing general contractor, design / build or construction management services, Bob Moore Construction's goal remains the same: to deliver quality construction projects on time and in budget. Bob Moore Construction is a member of TEXO / Associated General Contractors of America, American Concrete Institute and a sustaining member of the TCA.

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