IHC is committed to making a difference in the communities where we live and work. It is our intent to become a stronger corporate citizen by making the most of our unique resources, both human and financial, to strengthen communities we affect daily and during our project operations. Our community involvement reflects our values and is part of our commitment to the public trust. Our purpose is to give back to the friends and neighbors who have treated us so well during the time we've spent in their communities.
|2003||Town of Elizabeth||Bandt Park Public Restroom Facility||Donation of the concrete for this facility enabled the Town of Elizabeth to remodel an existing rundown facility into a new more appealing bathroom.|
|2000||National Multiple Sclerosis Society||Great-West MS 150 Bike Tour||The donation we made to this event supports the MS Society's mission of ending the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.|
|2000||ARTBA-TDF||Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program||This program helps the children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty pursue higher education.|
|1998||City of Strasburg, Colorado||Helipad Donation||Construction of the new helipad eliminated the old one that was too close to the firehouse, too close to overhead electrical wires, and had to have roads shut down in order to be used.|
|1998||Agate School||Sidewalk Donation||IHC designed and built 200 ft of concrete sidewalk for the school.|
|Softball Marathon||This donation benefited children and adults with disabilities that receive services or programs from Easter Seals.|
|1997||Boy Scouts of America
and CCA, Inc.
|Peaceful Valley Scout Camp Charity Project||90 ft of pipe laid, 1400 ft of new road, 125 tons of rip rap - 18 firms, 15 pieces of equipment and 18 volunteers involved.|
|1997||University of Northern Colorado||Sidewalk Donation||CO/WY ACPA and IHC designed and constructed a decorative concrete sidewalk in front of the Butler Hancock Athletic Building to honor the 1996 & 1997 NCAA Division II National Football Champions.|
|1994||El Arenal, Jalisco, Mexico||Pedestrian Bridge||IHC donated the design, labor and materials to build a pedestrian bridge over a busy roadway that allowed school children and their parents easier access to and from their school.|
|Late '80s||MI & CO DOTs||Wildflower Seeding||Donation of materials and labor for beautification of project locations upon completion of contracted projects.|