For the City Times
Ellis Construction last week provided crane service and the setting of trusses for a Habitat for Humanity home which is being built in Stevens Point.
“We are so proud as a company to be able to give back our services to organizations that do so much for
those who are in need,” said Jim Anderson, president of Ellis Construction. “It is uniquely important for our company, at this special time of year, to remember to give back to those who need one of the most important elements of living: a safe and secure home. We are thrilled to say that we have participated in over a dozen homes being constructed here in the area and will continue to be committed to Habitat for many years to come.”
Anderson added Ellis Construction is focused many volunteer hours and financial contributions to the community, and, “we will continue for many years to come; giving back to this great place, that has given us so much.”
Anderson added Kerry Konkol, the company’s logistics superintendent, was especially key to the project.
Ellis Construction has served the community for over 80 years offering construction management, general contracting, design assist, and design build services throughout the region.