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Alexander Building Construction Co. and its employees have always been uniquely engaged in community service throughout Central Pennsylvania. The company and its employees are committed to sharing their time, financial success, and talent with many not-for-profit, governmental and charitable organizations providing needed services to our citizens. Our mission statement confirms our 'continued commitment to our community'.
Alexander's efforts in supporting the Central PA community has been recognized by many organizations including those in education, healthcare, business service, philanthropy and the arts.
We believe corporate involvement is crucial to our region's overall success. An unwavering commitment by our business leaders and employees elevates the standard of living and quality of life of all Central Pennsylvanians.
Most recently Alexander sponsored the Central PA Festival of the Arts Artist Embassy Booth. This is the information hub of the festival and is located on the corner of Beaver Avenue and Allen Street. Alexander has sponsored this booth for the past five years and works with children of the community each year to paint the canvases that decorate the booth. Below are some photos from the painting events.
Children of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program holding
Children painting canvases at the Artist Embassy Booth
Students of the State Colllege Area School District
Canstruction© is a national design/build competition to provide non-perishable food to food banks and soup kitchens. Alexander has teamed with Murray Associates, Architects and K&W Engineers for the past two Harrisburg area Canstruction competitions (www.canstructioncentralpa.org). Both years, ten teams competed against each other to design and build structures solely from canned goods. The structures must be self supporting, with minimal load-bearing materials to support the cans. At the end of the competition, the structures are dismantled and the cans are distributed to the community by Project S.H.A.R.E. (www.projectshare.net). The Alexander, Murray and K&W team has donated 18,500 cans over the past two years. The first project was a six foot wide by six foot tall Hershey’s kiss made from 10,000 cans of tuna, titled “Kiss Hunger Goodbye”. The second project was an eight foot tall by six foot wide apple with a slice cut out of the middle. In 2009, the “Apple A Day Keeps Hunger At Bay” won Judges’ Honor by the panel of distinguished industry experts and advisors.
"Kiss Hunger Goodbye"
"Apple a Day, Keeps Hunger at Bay"
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