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For an impressive company like Aloha Construction, winning the BBB award is a testament to their business principles and treatment of customers and stakeholders.


For Aloha Construction, and CEO’s Dave Farbaky, winning the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics has helped verify itself as a company that functions in an ethical way, according to the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Steve J. Bernas, the CEO & President of the BBB, noted that Aloha Construction understands the significance of stakeholders, community members, employees, and customers. The BBB focuses on companies that do their best; they also focus on always treating the customer’s right.

Aloha Construction won the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in December of 2017. They won this award based on their charitable actions and also by building a culture that focuses on a forward-thinking mentality. In 2017, Aloha Construction achieved their goal of establishing 20,000 roofing jobs in Illinois. Aloha Construction also focuses on giving customers, a piece of mind. They provide a 10-Year Craftmanship Warranty.

Based in Lake Zurich, Illinois, Aloha Construction was founded in 2008 with a mission to deliver top-notch service to their customers and treat their employees, stakeholders, and other peers with a high level of respect. The company also strives to offer a top quality of roofing services at the best rates.

Alohoa Construction believes in accountability and responsibility to their important customers, community, and employees along every step. Farbaky also leads as an executive by treating his top company employees to a trip to Maui, Hawaii.

In terms of philanthropy, the company provides support for their community. Recently, the company put their community at the top of the priority list with the Chicago Bulls Vip Ticket Giveaway. In 2018, the roofing business gave out 12 box seats to a child with a congenital heart condition along with his good friends in order to experience the game of a lifetime. The construction company also hosts the Bloomington Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Month events. CEO, Dave Farbaky also offered box tickets to a Bloomington Thunder Hockey game in March. Because of Farbaky’s kindness, Bloomington Boys and Girls Club has been able to take deserving children to a hockey game for a night of enjoyment and fun.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-zurich/news/ct-lzc-charity-shopping-spree-tl-0818-20160815-story.html

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