Stonebridge Builders is proud to announce its recent contract award to remodel the Comitis Crisis Center's Commercial Kitchen. The Comitis Crisis Center is located in Aurora, Colorado, and seeks to serve socially-alienated infants, children, teenagers, young adults and adults; to be a viable alternative helping agency, helping people explore and understand themselves in their relationships to others and their environment; to assist them in solving their problems at crisis points and throughout everyday life; to provide preventative counseling in an attempt to alleviate the possibility of a crisis situation.
This project carries certain complexities because it is essential that the Comitis Center remains operable and able to provide meals for its recipients. Roberta Hayes-Holmes, the Director of Development/Contracts and Grants Management has been instrumental in coordinating auxiliary kitchen facilities during the project. Additionally, Stonebridge Builders has developed a creative project plan that will minimize resident disruption and has also contributed funds to assist with food and beverage supplies during the kitchen down-time.
Ms. Hayes-Holmes states “We are really excited to work with Stonebridge Builders, and are appreciative of Stonebridge’s efforts to be extremely accommodating, considering the circumstances of doing a renovation project in the middle of a homeless shelter. We are thankful for Stonebridge’s donation to assist us with providing meals while the kitchen is down. I especially enjoy my interactions with Pat Quinlan, who has been anything but a typical contractor. My conversations with Pat are always productive and lively.”
More information on Comitis, including donation options, may be found at the following web site: