ValCon Masonry is a woman-owned, Class A contractor with a loyal team serving the Hampton Roads, Virginia Peninsula, and northeast North Carolina area. The company was founded in 2011 by Cassandra Kramer, who has more than 30 years of experience in the Commercial Masonry industry (bricklaying, stonework, and the like).
The Town of Pulaski, located just southwest of Radford, is undergoing a large-scale downtown revitalization in an effort to preserve the historic buildings in the commercial district, encourage economic development along Main Street, and attract visitors and customers to local businesses.
Mountain Top Timber Products provides quality wood chips to the paper and pulp industries and various other markets. The demand for the high-grade chips produced by Mountain Top has given the company the opportunity to expand operations and double in size – creating roughly 15,000 tons of wood chips per month.
Virginia Community Capital has a mission to support development and job growth throughout Virginia. You’ll find an example in the greater Richmond area, where we have been working alongside numerous partners to rebuild the Jefferson Davis Highway corridor, which starts in the south of the city and extends well into Chesterfield County.
This year Virginia Community Capital was named 2018 Best for Overall, 2018 Best for Community and 2018 Best for Customers by scoring in the top 10 percent of all B Corps of the B Impact Assessment. See our score and learn more about the other honorees — we’re in great company. bthechange.com
In 2017, VCC and the nationally recognized Center for Rural Entrepreneurship (CRE) announced the launch of LOCUS Impact Investing (LOCUS), a new social enterprise to empower place-focused foundations to invest their capital locally to build prosperous, vibrant communities.
Pinecrest School, now in its 61st year, is a non-profit, independent preschool-through-sixth grade located just outside of Washington, D.C. Pinecrest has two buildings on campus, the most recent built in 2004. The second structure, however, is deteriorating and in need of a safer, more energy efficient replacement to accommodate a larger student population.