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J.F. Kiely Contributes to Water for People

Tue December 29, 2009 - Northeast Edition
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J.F. Kiely Construction Co. contributed to Water For People for the second year in a row by participating in the 4th Annual Water For People event at SoHo on George in New Brunswick, N.J. The event, sponsored by New Jersey American Water Works Association, raised more than $13,000 for Water For People.

Water For People assists people in developing countries to improve quality of life by supporting the development of locally sustainable drinking water resources, sanitation facilities and hygiene education programs. Funds raised at the event will be used for quality of life improvements in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

“Quality of life issues locally and globally are important issues and we are happy to be included in Water For People’s efforts,” said John M. Kiely, president of J.F. Kiely Construction Co.

J.F. Kiely Construction Co. offers utility customers a diversified list of services, including the installation of gas, water, electric and sewer. Founded in 1952, J.F. Kiely’s client roster includes New Jersey Natural Gas Company, South Jersey Industries, American Water Company and Jersey Central Power and Light.

J.F. Kiely employs more than 200 professionals throughout New Jersey. Its specialties include directional drilling, high-pressure tapping, pipe welding and plastic fusion.

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