Troy McQuagge was recently named as a Gold winner as the Chief Executive Officer of the Year by the One Planet Awards. The One Planet Awards is one of the most respected and prestigious honors and awards in the world, with thousands of applicants each year. The One Planet Awards recognizes professionals and business people across a wide range of industries and company sizes for their involvement in changing the field they work in. Each year, the One Planet Awards encourages start-ups, public, private, non-profit, and for-profit companies to submit nominations for their employees. Read more on prweb.com about Troy McQuagge, CEO and President of USHEALTH Group.
Since joining USHEALTH Group, Troy McQuagge has made it his primary mission to transform the underperforming company. He recorded significant success as head of the company’s distribution arm, USHEALTH Advisors, which led to a promotion as the president of USHEALTH Group. USHEALTH Group is a health coverage company headquarted in Fort Worth, Texas. The company has one of the best reputations in the United States.
In 2014, Troy McQuagge was named as the CEO of USHEALTH Group. . Since he became president, the company has recorded significant growth, coupled with unprecedented success. Under his leadership, USHEALTH Group has become a strong competitor once again in the individual health coverage market.
When accepting the award, Mr. McQuagge mentioned that it was an honor and a privilege to be named in this position. He said that this should be seen as the commitment of the USHEALTH Group employees in honoring their mission, which is to make health coverage affordable. He also insisted that the company will continue with its good work. Troy McQuagge also mentioned that the award belonged to everyone associated with the company.
As for Troy McQuagge, he has been in the health coverage industry for over thirty years, giving him deep insight into what it takes to succeed. On a personal level, Troy McQuagge genuinely enjoys connecting with others, maintaining a strong presence on social media. Troy McQuagge has accounts on CrunchBase, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat. Through these platforms, Troy McQuagge updates his followers on the latest trends in the health coverage industry.
Francisco J. Domenech is the current managing partner of Politank – a law firm that handles government affairs laws. This type of law firm develops plans and various strategies that help give private interest advantages during governmental forums. Mr. Francisco Domenech is known to have a long career in the legal sector and is known across multiple companies as an important asset.
Francisco Domenech is actually well-versed in the field of law, as he attended Political Science in the University of Puerto Rico – RioPiedras. He also received a Juris Doctor in the same university and became the president of a student council at the university for a single school year. He also became a president on the university’s student body before he became a student council for a year as well. This has molded his leadership skills, and this attainment probably provided his capability to operate as a managing partner in a company as of today. Learn more about Francisco Domenech at Caribbean Business.
Mr. Domenech served as a former Director to the Office of Legislative Services of the P.R. Legislative Assembly in 2005. He was able to streamline 130 employees in order to provide a more efficient service. He also expanded the Legislative Library, which included benefits for the blind and handicapped people. The office also participated in over 800 pieces of legislation. They were able to manage an annual budget of $11 million thanks to Mr. Domenech’s tenure. He even participated in an en banc hearing at the Court of Appeals – proving that he has enough experience to handle rare and very serious occurrences such as this.
His capability as an expert in law led him towards numerous opportunities in the United States and Puerto Rico. He was able to serve at various courts such as the U.S. Court of Appeals, the District of Columbia and Federal Circuit, U.S. Court of International Trade, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. These, along with his current tenure at Politank, are the milestones in his life that rooted from his natural talent as a lawyer and as a leader in an organization. It’s all thanks to this experience and his willingness to stand for the people.
He was a steadfast socialist and believed the workers were not treated fairly, he joined the National Union of Dock Labourers (NUDL) and in 1905 he became a trade union organizer. His aggressive stance on strikes troubled the leadership of the NUDL and in 1907 Larkin transferred to Dublin.
In Dublin James founded the Irish Transport and General Workers Union (ITGWU) to pool all workers skilled or not into one organization. Formation of the ITGWU gave birth to The Irish labor campaign.
After the lockout win, his restlessness leads him to America in 1914 for a lecturing tour. Larkin joined the Socialist Party of America and undertook the task of changing the party from a socialist party to a communist party.
James resumed his activism for workers once on Irish soil and created The Workers Union of Ireland and joined the Irish Labour Party. Larking worked tirelessly most of his life to enhance the rights of workers until his death in 1947.
Cassio Audi is a businessman who lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is a progressive financial management executive who has 26 years of experience. He graduated in 1994 from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration. During the course of his professional career he has worked for JP Morgan Chase, Dow Chemical, Gillette, Rossie Residential, and Rossi Commercial Properties among others. Among the qualifications he has earned are accounting and financial management, resource management, growth strategy development, as well as initial public offerings and fund raising. What a lot of people don’t know about Cassio Audi is that he was once a member of a metal band, Viper. He and his bandmates started this group in 1985. He was Viper’s drummer and his bandmates were Pit Passarell, Felipe Machando, Andre Machando, and Yves Passarell. Their biggest influences were Iron Maiden out of the United States and a number of British heavy metal bands and more
Viper created a demo album in 1985. They put out their first album, Soldiers of Sunrise, in 1987. A number of critics said that the members of Viper were quite good with their instruments, calling out Cassio Audi saying that he definitely had some great skills on the drums. He also wrote one of the songs on Soldiers of Sunrise. However, he decided he wanted to attend university so he made the decision to drop out of this successful band in 1989.
After Cassio Audi left Viper the rest of the band members brought in a new drummer and continued to create music and put on live shows. They eventually recorded a second album, Theater of Fate, which Cassio Audi didn’t have anything to do with. The rest of the band members broke up a few years after this.
Entrepreneurship is all about finding a need in the market and fulfilling it for a profit. Guilherme Paulus entrepreneurial journey has been all about finding these market needs and coming up with new and innovative ways of addressing them. He would take this initiative further and concentrate on the economic sectors he is interested in with the hope feeding his passion and fulfilling his client’s needs.
Founding CVC tours
Unlike most other entrepreneurs that stuck with childhood dreams, Guilherme Paulus started off as a computer technician. His interactions with the hospitality and tourism industries, their biggest client at the time, would, however, see him veer off the technology path and take a deep interest in the industry. He even quit the position at IBM and secured a new one as a tour and travels salesman for a tour agency in his early 20s. And by the end of three years at the job, Guilherme had already set a reputation that preceded him by far.
He had established deep connections with business professionals from all walks of life some saw right through his potential and encouraged him to start his own company. At just 24 years, Guilherme Paulus started CVC Tour Company with the aim of revolutionizing the tourism industry by offering different, fun and memorable feel to tourists visiting any part of the world through his hands.
He, therefore, set out on a mission of identifying what worked and didn’t in the industry and coming up with innovative solutions to address these issues. Initially, he only included more fun activities to be conducted during the tours. As time progressed, however, he introduced a relatively new tourism concept. Ocean cruises, to this part of the world, an area of operation that his company dominates to date.
GJP is born
Running the biggest tourist operating company in the country doesn’t just trickle down to the balance sheet numbers. It also means that a chunk of these tourists depends on Guilherme Paulus company for referrals on the best tourist destinations and hotels. In 2005, he decided to stop directing revenues elsewhere and start capitalizing on his company’s market dominance and provide comfortable resorts for his clients.
This idea led to the birth of the GJP chain of hotels, a group of over 20 luxury resorts scattered all over the country. And while they were established with the aim of netting in tourists and other individuals visiting the country in mind, this hasn’t stopped it from raking as a number one site for Brazil’s residents.
Most people tend to shake and freeze whenever they here implant especially if they have gone through the process previously and got a medical accident. One of the rare phrases to hear on the media is gluteal augmentation and whenever it is heard it is associated with a malpractice. However, this might become a history especially in San Diego and La Jolla with an emergency of a qualified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Mofid.
Dr. Mark Mofid studied at Harvard University for his undergraduate medical degree and later joined The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for his fellowship. The cosmetic surgeon serves at the University of California in Plastic Surgery Division. He also writes publications which have become very helpful to other surgeons across the country; he mostly writes on breast and also facial surgery. He has been recognized by Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal for his great work. He has led various medical conferences all over across the US and globally at large. This surgeon is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a recognized diplomate of American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Mark Mofid has always kept the safetyof his patients at first that’s why he uses tried and genuine technologies in treating his customers that usually results in happy customers. His facility owns Cutera laser which they use to remove hair and treating veins. His office is found in San Diego County specifically La Jolla where he functions as the surgeon, and his wife as a dermatologist. His center is AAAASF\Medicare accredited and is visited by thousands of patients annually. They offer cosmetic dermatologic and plastic surgery services.
The plastic surgeon has also been an innovator in the industry and due to his adherence to the safety measures in the medical field; Mark Mofid has gained the trust of many people. You may have heard about generic and incompatible implants that may have been done on people that sag later. When the doctor joined the field, he did his extensive research and came up with a superior and more appropriate gluteal implant. He is closely working with Dr. Raul Gonzalez who is recognized for his extensive knowledge in gluteal augmentation across Brazil. Mark Mofid is
Bloomberg recently published a profile on David Zalik, the CEO and co-founder of the financial technology company, GreenSky Credit. The article titled “Instant Lending Made this College Dropout a Billionaire” by Peter Coy discusses the company’s CEO.
GreenSky Credit has created a business model that uses technology like mobile apps to help consumers find loans for big-ticket issues like home improvement or even healthcare like elective surgery or braces. The company has been valued at $3.6 billion and has built its wealth by helping match customers with lenders, simultaneously helping merchants close the sale. The loan is approved immediately through the app, but only for customers with acceptable FICO scores. They don’t have to pay interest or make a payment within the first 12 months.
GreenSky Credit, which Zalik founded in 2006, recently came out of the wood works and revealed that it was one of the leading financial technology companies in the U.S. The company surprised a variety of people, showing up on CB Insights, a machine intelligence platform that has real time information on startups, as the third fintech “unicorn”. GreenSky Credit is only behind Stripe and SoFi, companies that are known throughout the country.
David Zalik is the majority owner of GreenSky Credit and only appeared on the media radar as recently as his company. He does not interact with the press very often. He even turns down the opportunity to speak at large conferences, taking an opposite approach to many other Silicon Valley startups.
Zalik moved to Alabama from Israel when he was only four years old. His intelligence was quickly determined when he decided to skip high school and go directly to college. He decided on Auburn University, where his father worked. However, he quickly demonstrated that school wasn’t for him. Zalik dropped out of college when he was only 14, before many are even out of high school!
He decided to put all of his time and energy into the computer assembly company. He reveals that he simply didn’t see the value of putting out press releases or doing interviews with reporters. However, when the company landed a story in the Wall Street Journal,Zalik couldn’t avoid it.
Of the many companies that responded to the need for humanitarian aid following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on the Houston region, Stream Energy was one of the first. From their home office in Dallas they were made aware of neighborhoods sitting in nearly five feet of water, and helped to return people to their homes, their daily lives, and even forgave charges to customers who were affected by the storm.
Stream Energy’s internal culturehas long celebrated philanthropy and have sought ways to be more involved in their local communities. With employees this interested in charity it was only a matter of time before Stream Cares popped into the picture.
This charity allows employees to be more active in choosing how the company invests its charity dollars and voice their support for certain organizations. It works in the company’s favor as well, increasing their brand as a true corporate citizen that’s invested in the betterment of their community. By lending the Stream Energy name to their own charity will increase their visibility to the public beyond the energy market.
Stream Cares has built up a reputation for the kind of charity it can be by developing lasting partnerships with respected organizations like the Red cross and Habitat for Humanity. This has helped them assist in worthy causes across the state of Texas and the country.
One such partnership is with the Hope Supply CO. Both charities have worked to address the issue of homelessness, which has increased by 24% in Dallas alone. Together they organized and hosted A Splash of Hope. More than a thousand homeless children spent a day at water park filled with food and fun, and concluded the day by receiving supplies and financial aid that would benefit their families.
While charitable giving is nothing novel for corporations, they aren’t so common in the state of Texas. Of all states in the nation, Texas consistently ranks near the bottom when it comes to charity. Senior Event Manager Kimberly Girard hopes that a combination of employee engagement and strategy will be the way for Stream Energy to stand as an example to companies in Texas and encourage them to get more involved in looking after their home state.
In the modern world, there is a long list of health problems and diseases faced by people all over the world. These range from minor conditions to life-threatening diseases that have a dramatic impact on entire communities. But what many organizations and individuals fail to realize is that there is one medical condition that effects every human being on the planet, no matter their level of health, income, life habits, or geographical region. There is one condition that has long been considered inescapable—aging.
For generations, human beings have seen aging as something unavoidable, a natural process of life that happens to everyone no matter how healthy they might be in their day-to-day life. We all get old, our bones break down, our skin becomes rigid and wrinkled, and we lose the ability to do the things we used to do when we were younger.
Numerous diseases also become more common as people grow older. These diseases can lead to everything from decreased quality of life to life-threatening conditions that can dramatically impact individuals and families. Among others, these diseases might include arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer and high blood pressure. While there have been some advancements taken in combating these diseases, unfortunately the health care system primarily focuses on treating these conditions rather than preventing them. Much of the medical expertise and research surrounding these life-changing and often debilitating conditions is centered around helping patients cope with their symptoms instead of addressing their root causes, which ultimately means that the outlook is often bleak for anyone who is diagnosed with one of these conditions.
But Arizona philanthropist and entrepreneur Jason Hope has embraced a different approach. He seeks to help people live longer by slowing down or reversing the aging process, and he’s donating his own funds to help groundbreaking organizations in this mission to transform the way healthcare organizations can combat and treat the effects of aging on people all over the world.
Hope has supported a charitable organization known as the SENS Foundation for a number of years. He first began funding its vital work when he donated $500,000 in December 2010. This organization strives to help the public gain access to technology that would counteract aging and prevent the above-mentioned illnesses. Hope announced his initial contribution at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts during an event called Breakthrough Philanthropy.
The SENS Foundation is one of several organizations dedicated to the use of biotechnology to find new approaches to treating and preventing disease and improving human life. The biotech segment of scientific discovery involves the use and study of living organisms or organic systems to develop new products, most of which are centered around improving life. Other areas of biotech development include the improvement of agricultural methods, healthier food production, and enhanced understanding of how medicine can combat disease and improve quality of life.
Founded in March 2009, the SENS Research Foundation not only invests heavily in research programs designed to combat and learn more about aging, but also in changing the public perception of aging in order to turn opinions toward the potential for revolutionary change.
The SENS Foundation has outlined their overall mission as finding a way to “transform the way the world researches and treats age-related disease.” The organization has even pioneered what they call the SENS approach, which involves repairing living cells and other materials within patients’ bodies in order to prevent the effects of aging altogether. This is an approach that stands apart from the general healthcare research approach to focusing on individual ailments and diseases, focusing rather on addressing the root causes of these diseases at the cellular level.
The SENS Foundation also actively funds promising research organizations beyond their own research, including selective funding at organizations and institutions including Yale, Harvard, Cambridge, and the University of Arizona.
In addition to their research-based approach, the SENS Foundation also focuses on outreach to politicians, influencers, donors and volunteers through the use of active events and conferences to raise awareness about the importance and efficacy of their work.
Aubrey de Grey serves as the leader and chief science officer of this 501c3 nonprofit. He co-founded it approximately eight years ago, but has been a pioneer and vanguard in anti-aging research and science for long before that. Raised in London, England, De Grey went on to study at the University of Cambridge, where he graduated with a BA in computer science. From there, he joined the Sinclair Research firm where he worked with artificial intelligence. But his interests soon centered on humankind and our battle against aging, and in 2000 he earned a PhD in biology from Cambridge. His degree was centered around his book The Mitochondrial Free Radical Theory of Aging, which expounded on his belief that finding ways to prevent or lessen damage to mitochondrial DNA within the body might help to avoid the effects of aging and extend the human lifespan. While he acknowledged the mitochondrial damage is a significant cause of aging but not he only cause, he began to focus his life’s efforts on finding ways to battle that damage. This led to his founding of the SENS Research Foundation.
The SENS Foundation operates laboratories and performs medical research, in addition to performing ongoing outreach to help the public and policy makers better understand what causes aging. It maintains an office in Mountain View, Calif. De Grey possesses a strong desire to reverse aging; he has personally contributed more than $10 million to his organization.
After donating a half-million dollars himself, Hope spoke about the foundation and highly praised its work. He endorsed its strategy to fight diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer’s. The philanthropist predicted that SENS would help bring about tremendous changes in the medical industry, ultimately leading to complete redefining of the healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotech industries altogether. He disclosed a desire to expedite the organization’s work in a way that will benefit the entire human race. He expressed his appreciation for the fact that the SENS Foundation is not just focused on treating individual diseases and conditions, but on identifying and repairing the damage that aging can do to the human body before that damage can result in diseases and issues that ultimately lead to death.
The SENS Foundation’s chief executive officer commented on Hope’s initial donation. Mike Kope highlighted the contribution’s importance; it enabled the nonprofit to take faster action against illnesses that afflict the elderly. He expressed a wish to use biotechnology in new ways that will rejuvenate people all over the world. Generous donors’ funds could help make this possible.
Aubrey de Grey talked about a specific purpose for the $500,000 contribution. He said that the money would help SENS find ways to prevent artery-cell proteins from bonding. De Grey wants to accomplish this because it could stop arteries from hardening and triggering high blood pressure. These issues are some of the leading causes of age-related conditions and diseases, and often result in death among aged patients. By identifying the root causes of artery-cell protein bonding at the cellular level, Aubrey De Grey and donors like Jason Hope believe they can help to prevent this bonding from ever occurring. This project also has the potential to prevent skin deterioration, diabetes and eye problems, other common conditions that occur when we age.
In fact, researchers and scientists like De Grey believe that the idea of human beings living for as long as 1,000 years is not simply the realm of science-fiction. While such enormous lifespans may not be within reach anytime in the immediate future, De Grey and his colleagues and supporters believe that by consistently learning about and confronting the cellular causes of aging, we can one day find a way to minimize and even almost eliminate the effects of aging altogether. De Grey also stresses that this lengthening of life would not mean that the period of being “aged” would be longer, but that every human begin would experience a dramatically lengthened “healthy” period of their life, where they can enjoy the physical peak of their bodies for a much longer stretch of time than we as a human race have ever thought possible.
Hope’s donations aid the development of medications known as AGE-breakers. This type of drug attempts to eliminate advanced glycation end-products. These substances build up in a person’s flesh as he or she ages. They cause veins and skin to become less flexible. This increased rigidity can lead to everything from higher blood pressure to other blood conditions and age-related issues. Although medical professionals succeeded in developing AGE-breaking medicines for small animals, they have yet to adapt this concept in a way that benefits people. That is one of the primary areas of focus of the SENS Foundation—to move forward research that has shown promise but has not yet been taken to the next level to determine how it can truly change the way we live and age.
Fortunately, researchers recently identified the most prevalent kind of glycation end-product in the human body. They recognize that glucosepane promotes aging and multiple health problems. The SENS Foundation continues working to identify effective strategies to banish this substance from the skin and veins. Although the medical industry has largely ignored this potential solution, donors like Jason Hope have empowered SENS to perform further research. With the funds from donations like Hopes, they can enlist the expertise, equipment and research hours necessary to determine exactly how the banishment of glycation end-products can change the way we age and perhaps even dramatically extend the average lifespan of a human being.
One of the blocks that the SENS Foundation hopes to overcome through their research and outreach is what De Grey describes as the “pro-aging trance.” This phenomenon is based in the idea that aging is something to be respected and desirable. He believes that this idea comes from an intrinsic fear of aging; that by seeing it as something unavoidable and even beautiful, we will be less afraid of experiencing ourselves as we move closer to death. But De Grey believes that this approach to aging is counterproductive, as it keeps us as a human race from actively finding ways to fight aging. De Grey and the SENS Foundation believe that aging should be treated like any condition that lessens the length and quality of life—we should do everything we can to combat it, learn about it, and find ways to prevent it.
In the service of this important mission, Hope’s $500,000 contribution also permitted the foundation to establish an important laboratory program in the United Kingdom. This glucosepane-related project began at a Cambridge University lab during 2011. Scientists worked to identify compounds that would break up harmful glycation end-products. The school’s biotechnology and chemical engineering department oversaw the program, and William Bains served as its director. Partnerships like these between the SENS Foundation and other organizations and institutions has been a hallmark of their approach, highlighting the organization’s core belief that only by working together will the scientific community and the world at large find a way to battle aging in a meaningful way.
Fellow investor Peter Thiel co-founded PayPal in the past, and currently serves as the chairman of the Thiel Foundation. He strongly praised Hope’s first contribution and repeatedly donated his personal earnings to SENS. Both men recently gave more than $1 million to help the foundation thrive in its goals. Hope has also worked to raise awareness of anti-aging research and help attract additional donors to the organization, as he believes that the mission of the foundation is vital to the advancement of the human race
The Arizona philanthropist speaks about his reasons for supporting this nonprofit in a section of his website devoted to philanthropy. He said that conventional health care providers only seek to manage heart, lung and Alzheimer’s diseases after these conditions have triggered harmful symptoms. Hope wants to stop the illnesses from developing in the first place. He believes that these medical conditions bear a considerable amount of responsibility for premature aging. And he believes that foundations like SENS and their distinctive approach to tackling aging are the key to uncovering new limits to what the human body is capable of achieving. He believes that traditional medicine cannot stop diseases from occurring, but that prevention is the only key to making real change.
Hope also encourages everyone, no matter their level of income or availability, to find ways to support philanthropic causes they believe in. According to Hope, it begins with identifying one’s personal passions, finding ways to make a difference either on the local, national, or global level, and then committing to give either time or money (or both) to support causes that are important. He suggests seeking recommendations from friends and trusted members of the community to find organizations and causes that are truly worth supporting.
Like Aubrey de Gray, Hope thinks that scientists genuinely have the potential to reverse aging. New medications could accomplish this by targeting specific cells, according to the businessman and philanthropist. He notes that researchers need to use stem cells to maximize their progress in developing such medicines. Hope has also made donations to help people with specific age-related diseases. For instance, he supports the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
This talented investor and entrepreneur began his life in Tempe, Arizona. After high school, he attended financial classes at a state university. Hope successfully earned a master’s degree in business administration. He founded multiple technology-related startups after graduation and became well-known throughout the industry. His Phoenix-area companies prospered; Hope accumulated enough wealth to start making major philanthropic donations.
He currently resides in Scottsdale and provides consulting services to businesses. His wise advice helps clients succeed in a wide range of industries. The experienced consultant takes an interest in education, politics and the internet of things. Hope reads books about the latest technologies and their potential impact on society. He also enjoys running and carefully tracks his progress.
Hope’s philanthropy extends beyond anti-aging research. He also gives to an assortment of medical and educational nonprofits that benefit people in Arizona and around the globe. They include the Andre Agassi Foundation, which focuses on transforming public education for the better by preparing students for college and beyond. Hope also supports Family Health International, an organization dedicated to improving lives of people all over the world through locally-driven solutions and programs. Other foundations that Hope supports include the Arizona Science Center, the Boys and Girls Club, Teach For America and the Worldwide Orphans Foundation. Many of these organizations maintain offices in Phoenix or a nearby city, as Hope prefers to be able to work locally with organizations he supports for a hands-on approach to philanthropy and charitable work.
Students can directly request grants for their goals and projects by completing a short form on Hope’s website. He provides funding to each person who submits an appealing and innovative idea. These donations range from $500 to $5,000. The concepts must involve modern technology, and beneficiaries need to be attending university or high school classes. His website also encourages other people to become philanthropists and provides a few tips to help them get started.
Aloha Construction is the definition of success. It is a company with highly trained and certified employees, not only dedicated to serving customers but also committed to helping their community. Aloha Construction’s high ethical standards has not gone unnoticed by the media, as there is a lot in the news about the company, especially after the Better Business Bureau named Aloha winner of the Torch Award for Marketplace ethics in 2017.
The Torch Award has been honoring companies that demonstrate a high degree of professionalism, community service and ethics in their day to day operations since 1996, and 2017 was Aloha Construction’s time to shine in the light of this prestigious Award.
To qualify for the Torch Award, Aloha construction company’s leaders had to demonstrate and communicate a commitment to ethical practices among themselves and all employees,and actively interact with other organizations in the construction industry and in their community, among other requirements.
Over the years, Aloha construction has been very active and diverse in its community actions, sponsoring educational ventures, sports clubs as well as specific individual and family activities the community.
Aloha is a family-owned company based in Lake Zurich, Illinois, and provides roofing services, siding replacements and gutter construction in all of Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. Aloha’s employees are properly trained and certified to serve their customers, and they do follow-up on post-work support to ensure customer satisfaction.
The company also serves customers with interior renovations and repairs, especially with floor, window and door replacements. They respond to calls from present and potential clients eagerly and dispatch professional teams to conduct on site assessments promptly. There is never any waiting for clients when it comes to Aloha Construction Company.
With such tremendous community involvement, high ethical standards, and professional outlook,it is no surprise that the company was singled out by the Better Business Bureau to receive the Torch Award for Marketplace ethics in 2017.