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Coalition, which evolved into the Sacramento Urban


League. If


Teichert had a project in a disadvan- taged neighborhood, Henry found a way to hire local residents.


The Teichert Foundation continues the legacy of Adolph Jr., Henry and Lou. One of its signature activities was the


establishment of the


first Boys & Girls Club of Greater Sacramento in 1996.


“Since its inception,” Fred says, “the Teichert Foundation has contrib- uted more than $10,000,000 on a competitive basis to nonprofit agen- cies that add to the quality of life for our communities. From the fragile beauty provided by symphony or- chestras and the protection of our amazing natural resources to the joy of teaching a youngster how to read or helping others by volunteering at food banks and shelters, the Teichert Foundation has tried to support the company as a good neighbor wherev- er it goes.”


Asked about its most important project, Fred replies, “The Teichert Foundation firmly supported me as one of the founders of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento, an agency that helps young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to develop their in- terests and skills and attitudes in an environment of caring adults and solid values. We hope our actions and grants will contribute to happier people, great families and a success- ful workforce of tomorrow.”


Author Bio: Colorado-based Vicki Speed is a contributing writer with over 25 years of experience, specializing in the AEC industry.


CALIFORNIA’S INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNER


Since its inception, Teichert Construction has built infrastructure.


Every one of its business lines—heavy civil construction, rock products, concrete products and land development—all relate and connect to each other.


From 2001 to present, the company has built a number of major public works projects, including the Stockton Crosstown Freeway, March Lane Grade Separation & I-205 Mountain House Interchange, I-80 Donner Summit/Emigrant Gap roadwork expansion, the state-of-the-art Sacramento Airport Terminal B Project, and ongoing work on levees throughout the northern part of the state. Two projects keeping crews busy in 2016 include the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District’s EchoWater Project, a monumental effort to significantly upgrade a wastewater treatment plant in Sacramento and the city’s installation of new water mains and residential water meters.


Complementing Teichert’s public sector work are major projects for private clients, including Empire Ranch in Folsom, Wallis Ranch in Dublin, Mountain House in Tracy, Westfield Galleria at Roseville regional shopping center and Restoration Hardware’s distribution facility in Patterson.


During this same time, Teichert Inc. has also added a number of new operations to its portfolio, both by acquisition and by startup, which have grown the company’s market geography as well as its service and product offerings.


POWERED BY THE BLUE BOOK NETWORK - SACRAMENTO & CENTRAL VALLEY / FALL 2016


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