CAM Helps Flint With Water Crisis

The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and several CAM Members recently delivered large quantities of clean drinking water to the Food Bank of eastern Michigan.

📅   Thu February 25, 2016 - Midwest Edition


The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and several CAM Members recently delivered large quantities of clean drinking water to the Food Bank of eastern Michigan.
The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and several CAM Members recently delivered large quantities of clean drinking water to the Food Bank of eastern Michigan.

The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and several CAM Members recently delivered large quantities of clean drinking water to the Food Bank of eastern Michigan, in an effort to aid the citizens of Flint and surrounding areas currently undergoing a severe contaminated water crisis. The water was delivered on Feb. 1.

Contributors included CAM, Bloomfield Hills; L.S. Brinker Company, MBE, DCBE, WCBE, Detroit; Fontanesi & Kann, Company, Ferndale; Glasco Corporation, Detroit; CAM Workers' Compensation Plan, Clinton Township; Comprehensive Risk Services, Novi; and C.L. Rieckhoff Co. Inc., Taylor.

In this joint effort, the companies were able to deliver a total of 40,992 bottles of water to Flint citizens in need. This equated to 1,512 cases of 16.9 oz. bottles (36,288 bottles) and 784 cases of gallon bottles (4,704 bottles).

Founded in 1885 as the Builders Exchange of Detroit and Michigan, the Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) is the oldest and largest construction association in North America. CAM's Membership is comprised of general contractors, specialty/sub-contractors, equipment and material suppliers and service firms.