K-Five Construction is excited to host the Chicago HR Mastermind Meetup (Western Suburbs Chapter) this Wednesday here in our Westmont office. A few spots are still remaining for any interested HR professionals!
K-Five is excited to announce our first philanthropic team event with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Light the Night on Saturday, October 20, 2018 in Oak Brook.
This event is a great way to raise awareness and funds for a disease that touches many of our family members, as well as, an opportunity to get some exercise
and bring our family, friends and co-workers together.
We are hoping you, your family and friends join the K-Five team for the two mile walk. K-Five has made a corporate contribution to this cause and we welcome your presence and any amount you wish to donate.
Please visit our team homepage if you are interested in helping the K-Five Team in any way.
Contact Maggie Godsey (email@example.com) or Gina Portschy (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to be added to the list of attendees or if you have additional questions.
Lastly, don’t forget to share this information with family and friends – the more money raised for cancer research, the better.
We look forward to a successful event and thank you in advance for your support!
Our team homepage: http://pages.lightthenight.org/il/wsuburban18/kfiveconstructionteam
P.S. If you wish to raise funds on your own, please contact Maggie or Gina.
With #EarthDay this weekend, we are proud of our long term efforts to go green. K-Five Construction’s commitment to the environment extends over 20 years, pushing the envelope to develop ways to re-use and distribute materials on projects. K-Five Construction is a leader in recycling materials in road construction. Learn more on the "Building Green" page on our website!
The Illinois Road & Transportation Builders Association, along with a broad coalition of transportation advocacy groups, has filed suit against Cook County for violating the Safe Roads Amendment to the Illinois Constitution. Cook County appears to be diverting approximately $250 million in revenue collected from transportation-related taxes and fees to a fund that does not finance transportation infrastructure improvement or other transportation-related expenditures authorized by the Safe Roads Amendment. K-Five firmly believes the citizens of Illinois deserve safe roads and transparency concerning our tax dollars!
Read more about the lawsuit here.