Aloha Construction was recently honored with the Torch Award from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The award honors companies who demonstrate excellent ethical practices within their business and is given to a small spread of companies every year. Each nominated company must go through a rigorous screening process, and Aloha Construction passed all of these tests, which ended in it receiving the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
Aloha was chosen based on its passion, dedication, and willingness to improve the community it works in. The Torch Award Program began in 1996, and companies who receive it have gone through the very close inspection of the BBB. The ethical standards of any company who is nominated must be very high, and the leadership within the company must adhere to ethical practices, both, in work and their daily lives. Winning the award shows just how dedicated Aloha is to providing quality work and to improving its community.
Aloha Construction is a construction and general contracting company that was built in 2008. It is family-owned and operated and has finished more than 20,000 projects, to-date. The company operated out of Illinois and Southern Wisconsin and is the top contractor in these regions. Aloha is a member of the National Roofing Contractors Association, the Building Trades Association, and the Chicago Roofing Contractors Association and is fully insured, bonded, and licensed.
Aloha is also involved in giving back to the communities it serves in, and its president and chief executive officer, Dave Farbaky helped to create the “Building Better Communities” campaign. This campaign worked to fund organizations that give children with cancer an opportunity to go camping. Aloha has also helped younger athletes by offering them sports sponsorships. The company is an all-inclusive contractor that has built a positive reputation over the years and plans on continuing to do so.