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PROUD SPONSOR OF SATURDAY NIGHT ALIVE

“Social responsibility is one of PCL’s guiding principles, and community giving is at its core. As a result, PCL focuses philanthropic efforts in the areas of community development, health, education and sustainability.”

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PCL Construction is proud to support the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) through sponsorship of its sensational fundraiser for theatre education, Saturday Night Alive, as well as through the historic renovation projects completed by PCL, such as The Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre renovation, the Pavilion Bridge, and the Third Vault Addition. PCL embraces similar values that the DCPA embodies, primarily by making a difference in the community. Each year, the PCL family of companies contributes millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours to humanitarian organizations, food banks, sustainability initiatives, educational organizations, healthcare facilities, community development drives, and sports and arts organizations. PCL also believes in making a difference in their employees’ communities through collective volunteering and generous giving to programs that support military personnel and their families, feed the hungry and create a greater appreciation for the arts. PCL employees help transform the lives of those in need through these and many other donations and in-kind gifts. PCL has many companywide initiatives, such as supporting the United Way and Habitat for Humanity with donations and volunteers, providing a multi-year financial commitment to the Red Cross and supporting local charities identified by employees. PCL commonly provides matching contributions to the donations made by its employees. PCL opened its Denver office and US Headquarters in 1975. They have grown over the years and are currently ranked as the eighth largest general contractor in the United States. PCL has more than 200 employees in its Denver office and has been recognized by Forbes in its “Top 100 Companies to Work For” list 11 consecutive years. In addition to its work at the DCPA campus, PCL has built other Colorado landmarks such as the Denver International Airport Main Terminal, Republic Plaza (the tallest building in Denver), and the Ritz Carlton Residences in Vail.

APPLAUSE • Jan - Mar 2017 • 303.893.4100 • denvercenter.org

Applause Magazine, February 21-26, 2017  

In-theater magazine produced for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts