Earlier this week, the Riley team and InSinkErator held a Groundbreaking Ceremony for InSinkErator’s new Corporate Headquarters in Mount Pleasant, WI. From left to right: Dave Riley, Chairman; Barb Riley, Executive Vice President; Chad Severson, President of InSinkErator; Paul Miller, Senior Project Manager; Patrick Flaherty, Project Engineer; and Tim Herr, Project Superintendent.
Last night our elite Riley dodgeball team competed in a tournament benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. Their quick reflexes lead them to victory. Congratulations to our mighty dodgeball warriors!
Click below to read the latest edition of the PULSE Healthcare Newsletter, featuring the Advanced Outpatient Surgical Wing at United Hospital System – St. Catherine’s.
Riley Construction has been honored as a Top Workplace in southeastern Wisconsin by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for the 3rd year in a row! To earn a spot on the list, Riley’s employees were surveyed regarding their views on organizational health, their job and employee engagement. The evaluations for the list are based purely on employee opinions. The employee survey was conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement. For the full list and more details click here.
Riley Construction had a great group attending the Warrior Dash this past Saturday, May 13. The event is a reinvented 5k run that consists of a fun obstacle course race that our group proved anyone can start, and everyone can finish. Seasoned and beginner athletes alike took the challenge to conquer 12 world-class obstacles like the Goliath and Fisherman’s Catch, wade across wooded lakes and streams, and venture through mud-caked backroads as they made the loop to the finish line. All were rewarded with a finisher medal, a sweet t-shirt, fuzzy Warrior helmet, ice cold beer and a post-race party to relive the course with friends, and celebrate the decision to live a normal weekend in the mud.
Funds from the event registration and donations are provided to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
What happens when three different communities unite at the same time for the same purpose? Something amazing. And that something is the ProHealth Care Walks for Cancer.
Each year on the first Saturday in May, ProHealth Care Walks take place simultaneously in Mukwonago, Oconomowoc and Waukesha. People from across Waukesha County and beyond join together to support cancer services at ProHealth Care. Funds raised at these events stay in the Waukesha County to have a direct impact on the lives of cancer patients each day.
This past Saturday, May 6th Riley employees along with friends and family supported the ProHealth Care Riverwalk for Cancer.
The event was a HUGE success for one of Riley’s largest clients!
The Riley Crew was at it again. Last year a group of Riley Employees built 10 raised bed planters for a Community Garden Program at ProHealth Care. The program did so well we were asked back to build another 10 raised bed planters. The Riley crew made up of Craig Matthews, Amanda Toepel, Dave Riley, Pat Flaherty, Dave Gerou and Franz Lehner all donated 5 hours of their time last Friday (our first ½ day Friday…..). The planters again turned out great, and are already fully planted. Everyone pitched in by grading a stone walk-way…thanks Dave and Amanda, cutting lumber for 10 raised beds…..thanks Franz, and then constructing the 10 raised beds…..thanks Craig, Dave and Pat. We are so thankful to be a part of a great program that helps out a community that we live in.
The annual Dairy State Cheese & Beer Festival, which raises funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha, was held April 23. Riley Construction again sponsored a booth and several employees donated their time to help at the event. They had a great time while raising money for a wonderful cause!