The Durham Rescue Mission (DRM) recently held its annual back-to-school event. Each child attending received a backpack filled with school supplies, and a drawing was held for two bicycles. There was also a buffet with lots of food and an inflatable slide and snow cones for the kids to enjoy.
On August 10, the Durham office held a “Farewell to our Awesome Interns” lunch to wrap up its summer internship program. The office was fortunate to have four talented and eager interns this summer, and each got a valuable introduction into life in the construction world and the culture at LeChase.
LeChase performed brick and concrete work on the University of Rochester’s Wegmans Hall, which has been named a Gold Award winner in the higher education category of the 2017 Brick in Architecture Awards. The awards are given annually by the Brick Industry Association, which represents both manufacturers and distributors in the clay brick industry.
LeChase’s Durham office recently hosted the United Minority Contractors of North Carolina (UMCNC) at a Durham Bulls baseball game.
The Triangle Business Journal has selected Denise Thompson, southeast regional diversity manager for LeChase as one of its 2017 Leaders in Diversity.
Team members in the LeChase Armonk office recently participated in the Westchester 5K Corporate Fun Run, held on the campus of SUNY Purchase.
LeChase recently held a “train the trainers” session with the goal of making mobile equipment training more consistent across all company sites.
LeChase team members in Buffalo were up before dawn last week pouring concrete at 4 a.m. for one of the decks in the eight-story parking structure they are building at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
LeChase sponsored the May Lunch-N-Learn session at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) project.
Employees in Rochester and Syracuse gathered in late May to celebrate a health and wellness cookout.