Cleveland, OH,
15:52 PM

Sprucing up for spring in our neighborhood

In collaboration with Turner Construction, our partner in our Transformation, and the Metro West Community Development Organization, our Women@Metro employee resource group dug in for a spring community project to help beautify our W. 25th neighborhood.

The project involved prepping flower beds and planting impatiens at Hispanic Umadaop Youth Center on Scranton Road (across the street from St. Michael’s Church.) 

They were joined by Ward14 Cleveland Councilwoman Jasmin Santana, and Ricardo Leon, Housing Development Manager for Metro West Economic Development Corporation. The service project continues this Friday, May 10, when employees will paint the entryway of the center.

This activity was part of Turner Construction’s 117th Founder’s Day, where new employees from all Turner locations around the world commit to a day of service.

In Cleveland, Turner employees worked on homes in need of repair in our MetroHealth W. 25th corridor.

We were proud to partner with Turner on this day of service!

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