Aloha Construction has earned an award for Marketplace Ethics by the BBB. This 2017 Torch Award is a testament to Aloha Construction. Aloha Construction has a reputation for being ethical and fair to its employees. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has recently recognized Aloha Construction for its service to the Zurich, Illinois community and those living in the surrounding areas.
Steve J. Bernas, the President, and CEO of BBB noted about Aloha Construction and its new award that Aloha Construction recognizes the importance of its customers, employees, stakeholders, and community members. The BBB’s 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics recognizes those companies that do their best to treat customers and stakeholders with a level of respect.
Farbacky’s company also earned the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics because of the charity work they have done and forward-thinking mentality and company culture over the years. This Zurich, Illinois, construction company attained their goal of providing 20 thousand plus roofing opportunities in Illinois.
This company is also intent on providing their customers and stakeholders with quality service so that customers are assured of their work. Farbacky’s company issues a 10-Year Craftmanship Warranty as a part of their business contract. This Craftmanship Warranty exemplifies a construction company that believes in doing quality work and striving to keeps its BBB A+ rating. Being an ethical company and making sure that the company’s principles are always upheld is important to Farbacky.
As the CEO of Aloha, Dave Farbaky has been an excellent example of treating employees fairly and being generous to employees who do their best. Farbacky treated his top company employees to Maui, Hawaii. Mr. Farbacky is a CEO who truly appreciates the efforts of his employees.
David Farbacky is also a philanthropist who believes in doing good works for other people. Dave Farbacky and his staffers have supported the community by being part of the Chicago Bulls Vip Ticket Giveaway. Farbacky and his company gave out 12 box seats to a child who had a congenital heart condition. The child and 12 of his friends were able to enjoy this unique sporting event.