GREEN BAY, WI –– Bayland Buildings success is built on a history of safety, community involvement and teamwork. Now, with 30 years of experience, Bayland Buildings is recognized as one of the most competitive and respected building firms in Wisconsin. Bayland is proud to have built countless structures across the Midwest, from agricultural and industrial to commercial.
On Wednesday, August 11, Bayland Buildings hosted a Golf Outing at Irish Waters in Freedom as a thank you to their respected customers and in gratitude for the partnerships developed over the last 30 years. It was not only a day full of fun and networking for customers but more importantly, Bayland focused on giving back to the community. Throughout the outing Bayland and guests raised funds in support of a local non-profit, Hope’s House. There were a variety of games, and additional fundraising efforts, in which Bayland then presented Hope’s House Executive Director, Gina Peotter with a check for funds of $6,252.00. Hope’s House is a non-profit organization that gives back to its own Green Bay community by providing kids and families who have gone through death of a loved one with grief support.
“By the generosity of Bayland and their clients, these funds raised will help our non-profit get through the rest of 2021,” said Peotter.
Bayland Buildings prides itself on the partnerships developed with their customers, the relationship they have with the community and the safety of their employees. Bayland looks ahead to the next 30 years and anticipates many more opportunities to give back!
To learn more about Hope’s House, visit their website at www.hopeshousewi.com
About Bayland Buildings Inc.
Bayland Buildings, Inc. is a 100% employee-owned, Commercial and Agricultural General Contractor founded in 1991. Built on a simple principle of providing customers with a seamless experience, without compromising overall quality. Bayland is recognized as one of the most competitive and respected building firms in Wisconsin and currently employs over 200 dedicated people.