Monday, 24 June 2013

Former Combat Troops Help Endangered Species

LOS ANGELES, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This is the second in a series of reports by Business Matchmaking about companies "doing well, while doing good."

The late Johnny Carson once said, "With all the pressures around us, maybe we should be on the list of endangered species."

Man is not among the 289 threatened and endangered animal and plant species in California alone. But, one construction company is dealing efficiently with their protection since killing, injuring, capturing or even harassing one can be extremely costly.

Tens of thousands of dollars in fines and, in some cases, job shutdowns loom when trucks roll in an area where desert tortoises quietly survive. The same would be true if the victim was a bald eagle, certain birds, beetles or butterflies, garter snakes, red-legged frogs or the essential plants in the state's wetlands that make a major contribution to California's environmental survival.

Par Electrical Contractors, Inc. is approaching its 60(th) year as a leading outside electrical contracting company. It is one of the founding four companies that created Quanta Services, one of the world's most respected construction combines.

In California, PAR has launched an initiative that enables it to effectively and efficiently fulfill its construction obligations, protect the environment and, at the same time, support a cause that is paramount to their civic commitment.

"We are determined to create opportunities for veterans, including disabled veterans, whenever possible. First, it is the right thing to do for those who have served our country. At the same time, military training provides vets with a wide range of skills and discipline that helps us take care of business on time, on budget and without environmental consequences," said Stephen Adams, Exec. VP of PAR Electrical Contractors for California and the rest of the western region of the country.

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