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dck worldwide Brings its “Building a Better Community Award” Program to Napa and Sonoma Counties, California

dck worldwide is proud to be involved in bringing construction projects to life that enhance communities and enrich people’s lives. We know our buildings play a big part in the community, so we do too.

The dck worldwide Building a Better Community Award is designed to recognize an individual, civic group or charitable organization that has played a significant role in changing lives and making the region a better place.

According to dck worldwide’s CEO and President, Stephen D’Angelo, “Our people in every regional office and construction project location get involved in supporting the community where they work and play.  As the general contractor for the Silver Rose project in Calistoga, we want to recognize those individuals or organizations that share in our commitment to improving neighborhoods and peoples’ lives in the local region.”

The Award consists of a $3,000 donation to the winner’s charity or cause of their choice. They will also be presented with a plaque in honor of their community achievements.

The dck worldwide Building a Better Community Award is open to all residents and organizations based in Napa and Sonoma Counties, California.  To nominate an individual or group (you can self-nominate), please provide us with a summary (500 words) detailing how the individual or group has built a better community and improved the lives of fellow citizens in Napa and/or Sonoma Counties.  The summary should also include how the donation will be used, contact information for the person(s) submitting the nomination, and for the individual or group being nominated too.

Nominations can be sent via email to rsagwitz@dckww.com or mailed to dck worldwide, Six PPG Place, Suite 700, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, attention Rob Sagwitz, Director of Marketing.

All nominations must be received no later than midnight, October 31, 2017. The winner will be selected by dck worldwide’s Building a Better Community Award Committee and announced November 20, 2017.