Karen Sinko, Karen Clifford and Barb Clark manned the 6th annual Change the Luck of a Child Telethon benefiting the Ronald McDonald House Charities at CBS 3 and CW Philly On March 24th - sharing this particular spotlight with news anchors Chris May and Jessica Dean during the televised broadcast. Elliott-Lewis, who provides mechanical service to Ronald McDonald House's two Philadelphia locations, presented a check for $5,000 to the charity. Joining CBS's Kathy Orr, at the check presentation were Karen Clifford, Karen Sinko and Barb Clark and our two favorite McDonalds - Fran, Elliott-Lewis's Director of Marketing, and Ronald.
Thanks to positive reviews from its employees, Elliott-Lewis was named one of Philadelphia’s Top Work Places again this year, breaking into the Top Ten for Mid-Sized Companies for the first time. Elliott-Lewis is one of only 18 companies to have landed on the annual listing of best places to work every year since the programs’ inception 6 years ago. Read more about that here. More than 35,000 employees were surveyed to determine this year’s results. Read comments from our valued employees who voted us into the Top Ten. Employees from Sautter Crane and A A Duckett, Inc, part of the Elliott-Lewis Family of Companies, were included in the annual survey.
Please be our guest! Free tickets to the Expo are available for Elliott-Lewis friends and customers from any Elliott-Lewis sales person or by contacting Fran McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. And stop by on March 17 at 3:30 to hear Elliott-Lewis's own John Fenstermaker, facilities manager of the Independence Blue Cross Building at 1900 Market, present on the amazing energy-efficient, one-weekend package unit changeover process that Elliott-Lewis has been doing at this facility.
National Public Radio reports Economists are advising young people to seek careers in the trades rather than 4-year colleges. There are terrific opportunities for talented individuals in HVAC. Learn your trade, and then give us a call - Elliott-Lewis is always looking for the best and the brightest in this field. http://www.npr.org/…/economists-say-millennials-should-cons…
(PHILADELPHIA) The G. Fred DiBona, Jr. Building at 1901 Market Street, which houses the offices of Independence Blue Cross, received two TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards from BOMA Philadelphia (Building Owners and Managers Association) on September 17, 2014. The G. FredDiBona Building was named the Best Renovation of the Year and received a TOBY Best of the Best Award for its Lobby. Elliott-Lewis is the general contractor for the renovation of several floors, the mechanical systems, the common areas, cafeteria and the new lobby. Elliott-Lewis also provides the Facilities Management for the Building. Considered by many to be the most prestigious and comprehensive awards program in the commercial real estate industry, BOMA’s TOBY awards recognize quality in buildings and reward excellence in building management. Winners of the local TOBY competitions move on to be judged at the regional level with winners of that competition proceeding to the International TOBY award competition. During the competition, all facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated. Buildings are judged on everything from community involvement and site management to environmental and “green” policies and procedures. Congratulations to Elliott-Lewis’ entire Blue Cross Building team, which is headed by John Fenstermaker. [...]
Elliott-Lewis was a sponsor at the Philadelphia School District' E! Day, held at the School of the Future in Philadelphia on August 8, 2014. The Education Day 2014, held in memory of E. Steven Collins, provides educational workshops for parents and students. Elliott-Lewis provided bookbags with the company logo to high school students who participated in the event. Left to right Amir Khan, Director of Urban Marketing and External Relations for the event co-sponsor, Radio One; Fran McDonald, Elliott-Lewis' marketing director; Karen L. James, Philadelphia School District; and Steve Jones, Program Director of Elliott-Lewis' Community Outreach Program at the E! Day event. Members of Philadelphia School District's FAST program (Families and Schools Together) prepare to hand out Elliott-Lewis book bags.
Sheri Hocknell (left,) Brian Haley and Keith Ollkowski represented Elliott-Lewis at the BOMA World Showcase held on April 24th. Elliott-Lewis represented Italy at the event. Laura A. Masapollo (right) Property Manager from Brandywine Realty Trust, was the winner of Elliott-Lewis' Italian Picnic Basket. Laura also took home one of the Italian chef's hats Sheri, Brian and Keith wore. Her dog, Shashrimi, seems less than amused with his new "cappello."
Fifty employees at multiple Elliott-Lewis locations signed up to participate in Get Walking!, the six-month long program that utilizes the Walking Works web site of health-partner Independence Blue Cross . In addition to organized walks over the lunch hour Monday,Wednesday and Friday, participants are encouraged to walk whenever they can and record their steps on pedometers they received in their registration kit. Also included in that kit were maps of local walking paths and trails near the Black Lake Place office. Walkers who complete their goal for the month are qualified to win a $25 VISA gift card drawn at random each month with more prizes slated for the end of the program in November.
Fran McDonald, Barb Clark, Carolynn Kelly and Linda Horocofsy delivered a check for $5,000 from Elliott-Lewis to Ronald McDonald after manning the phone bank at the 5th annual Ronald McDonald House Charities Telethon hosted by CBS 3 and CW Philly on March 25, 2014. Can you spot the ladies of Elliott-Lewis on set fielding calls as they collect funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities?
Violation notices went out to any building required to Benchmark its energy and water use on January 15th and fines start on February 15. If you received a violation notice - Elliott-Lewis recommends you find help here.