Corrigan Company collaborates for better Haitian concrete

Collaboration, reliability and trust are demonstrated by Corrigan Co,

There is a hospital project in Haiti that has the support of a large mechanical contractor in St. Louis. The Corrigan Company has collaborated in the construction of hotels, cement production facilities, manufacturing plants and hospitals for over 100 years.

They have built many good relationships within the construction supply community and they are now using these collaborative skills to help Haiti to build with better concrete.

The Corrigan Company has used its influence to assist the Crudem Foundation with work at Hopital Sacre Coeur, the largest private hospital in the North of Haiti.

Because of the work that Corrigan did on a Holcium Cement production facility, there was the opportunity to request a donation of bags of Portland cement for Haiti. Holcium stepped-up and gave 900 bags of cement for the Hospital construction project.

But this collaboration effort did not end with finding cement bags. Corrigan continued the effort to improve concrete construction in Haiti by sharing in the purchase of a new batch-fed concrete mixer for the project.

We at CementTrust are proud to highlight the good efforts of those who use their influence and connections to improve the quality of concrete construction for the poor.

The Corrigan Company demonstrates that if we all work together we can get the shovels off the ground and better tools in the hands of the construction workers in Haiti.

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I am a director with Cement Trust and passionate about improving cement-based production in the poorest nations of the world.
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