Henkels & McCoy Central Region Donates PPE to Aurora Fire Department
Henkels & McCoy, Inc. (H&M), an industry-leading utility infrastructure construction and maintenance firm, donated 3,000 masks to those on the frontline at the Aurora Fire Department. Fire Chief David McCabe noted that there has been a great demand for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation will be put to good use by the Fire Department during their day-to-day activities as they serve the Aurora community.
Since the outbreak, Henkels & McCoy has been working with hospitals and other organizations on the frontline to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“One of H&M’s core values talks about sharing our time, talents, and good fortune both in and outside the company. During this unprecedented time, stewardship is more important now than it’s ever been. We are proud to be giving back to the City of Aurora and the Fire Department.” said Bill Herdegen, Operations Vice President of H&M.
About Henkels & McCoy, Inc. — Henkels & McCoy is an industry-leading utility construction firm providing infrastructure construction andmaintenance services for the power, oil & gas pipeline, gas distribution, and communication markets. Henkels & McCoy has been recognized with an E. I. DuPont Safety Excellence Award and is a founding member of the ET&D Partnership. Learn more at www.henkels.com.
Left to Right: Lieutenant Dan Bateman; Assistant Chief of Operations/Training, Dan Osman; Procurement Manager for H&M Central Region, Carl Miller; and Private Tyler Assell.