On March 30th Ridgemont hosted the 2nd Annual Invitational Team Bass Tournament benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
This year we had several teams participate in the tournament, in addition to the ten Skeeter Pro Staff Anglers who teamed up with Wounded Warrior veterans. In total Ridgemont helped raise over $16,000 to donate to the Wounded Warrior Project.
It was a great day filled with great company, competition and more! We would like to thank everyone who came out to participate and cheer on our veterans, we can’t wait to see everyone back again next year.
Ridgemont participated for its 3rd year at the Form Follows Fitness 5K this year. We love volunteering every year and helping prep the runners with snacks, hot chocolate and puppy kisses from our friendly mascots. This year we had a team of 4 runners who completed the 5K and we are so very proud of them. We are already looking forward to next year!
Here at Ridgemont we value the importance of community. As a community we are here to lend a hand to one another and support each other. At this time there are many members of our community in need of food and basic necessities.
From Wednesday January 23rd through Friday January 25th Ridgemont collected donations to the North Texas Food Bank and Genesis Women’s Shelter. for the families who have been affected by the government shutdown.
Our generous group gave $300 in individual donations and Ridgemont generously matched it dollar for dollar! So, in addition to the items that were donated by individuals, we were able to go purchase $600 worth of food and diapers.
Ridgemont collected a total of 541 pounds of food, which will provide 451 meals to families in need.
This holiday season Ridgemont had the pleasure to participate the Salvation Army’s Annual Angel Tree Program. Ridgemont sponsored six children this year and we would like to wish them a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
As part of the TEXO Challenge Cup, Ridgemont participated in the TEXO YCC Tailgate this past weekend. It is always a great event that raises money for the North Texas Food Bank, but this year we are especially proud of our employees who participated.
-Brian Kirby and Kyle Smith advanced all the way to the semi finals in the washer tournament
-Dan Tolleson placed 3rd out of 35 competitors in the brisket category
-Kevin Lassiter won the chili competition
-Brian Thompson helped raise $10,400 for the North Texas Food Bank which equates to 20,800 cans!
We couldn’t be more proud of our employees who participated and we are grateful that they are doing things to help better our community during this holiday season.
Hearts and Hammers is a non-profit organization formed in 1986, with a mission to repair the homes of low income families in the Dallas Metroplex. Teams are organized by volunteers, which are then assigned to a home project. Home repairs vary depending on the homeowners needs and services.
This year Ridgemont participated in their third year volunteering with Hearts and Hammers. It was a pleasure working alongside Gensler Architects and Manhattan Construction for the second year in a row. Thank you to Hearts and Hammers and all of our volunteers for coming out and making difference in our community.
Ridgemont superintendent, Mike Van Slyke, participated in the 7th annual Clays for Camps Clay Shoot presented by the Planning, Design, Construction & Real Estate team from Children’s Health System of Texas.
Contributions from the clay shoot will benefit the Children’s Camp program and help send over 500 children to camp. Children’s Health participates in 26 camps each year. Each camp is designated to accommodate specific medical conditions.
Campers can participate in traditional camp activities such as horseback riding, swimming, fishing, canoeing, archery, challenge courses, craft activities and more. Ridgemont is proud to sponsor Children’s Health and help these children experience the joy of camp.
This year’s Clay for Camps event raised $410,000 for the Children’s Health System of Texas through generous donations and sponsorships.
We are so thrilled to have raised over $7,800 for The Wounded Warrior Project. Thank you to everyone who participated in our 1st Annual Bass Fishing Tournament and donated money to this very worthy organization.
Our Assistant Project Manager Kevin Brannum recently participated in the Panther Den Urban Design Competition with other members of The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth . The team worked together on the day of the competition to put together a site plan, a proforma, and a presentation to give to the judges.
It was a very successful event at the TEXO Tailgate this year. Ridgemont raised over $7,000 and for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and donated 14,160 cans to the North Texas Food Bank. We couldn't have done with without the help of Campbell Glass, Pavecon Ltd., 4-K, Dallas Mechanical Group, KDC Real Estate Development & Investments, Beez Cleaning Services, Hennon Plumbing, Atmac Plumbing, Fabulous Floors & AEG Electrical.
Other honors of the day:
-Derek Lomas from SLS Landscaping took 1st Place in Brisket on Team Ridgemont
-Kevin Roberts and Marti Mason took 2nd place in Chili (they cooked the recipe in honor of the late Missy Thompson)
-Reese Goewert took 3rd place in Chili
Thanks for a great day TEXO!
Ridgemont, along with Gensler Architects and Manhattan Construction helped rebuild a house in Dallas with Hearts and Hammers. Our project was among many Hearts and Hammers projects that went on as an effort to rebuild this area of the community. We were honored to be part of such a great project.
Each year Ridgemont hosts a blood drive with Care BloodCare. It is always great to see so many of our employee's come out and give back to the community and help save lives one donation at a time.
Ridgemont was honored to be part of the Kidstruction Week this year and give back to Children’s Medical Center.
Ridgemont recently participated in the Children's Red Balloon Run & Ride today with several other companies in the industry as part of the Kidstruction program. The companies join together at the event to "build strong tomorrows" for kids by supporting the Children’s Health mission to make life better for children. At the event the children could do everything from creating their own custom hard hats and building sand castles to designing their dream room to taking photos on a real life tractor.
Ridgemont was recently honored by Amerisure and Mullis Newby Hurst with a donation to a charity of our choice to honor our long term partnership. Ridgemont chose St. Jude's Children's Hospital as our charity to give to. We are thankful to be in business with companies who help us give back to the community.
Ridgemont had two team's (Men's B and Coed) compete in NAIOP's Low Hoop Slama Jama Basketball Tournament. Both team did great and the Coed Team won their divisions championship game. Proceeds from the event will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Dallas.
Ridgemont had a team recently participate in the Form Follows Fitness 5K. It was a great event sponsored by many companies in the AEC Industry. Our team did such a great job in the run and we can't wait for next year's event!
Ridgemont recently participated in the BMW Dallas Marathon, Corporate Relay. The whole team did outstanding and finished in 35th place out of 231 Corporate Relay Teams. Final time was 3:51:16.
Ridgemont and Gensler partnered up this year for the SPCA of Texas Bark + Build Competition. The team created their unique doghouse the "Dog Den" which was handcrafted to resemble a tipi with a modern influence.
This signature event brings shoppers and pet lovers together to raise awareness for homeless pets, and to help these wonderful animals find a forever, loving family. Each dog house was auctioned off in a raffle at Northpark Mall in Dallas. All money raised went towards the SPCA of Texas' mission to rescue, heal, and find loving homes for animals.
Ridgemont was recently awarded the Top Project Award at the 2016 Topping Out Awards.
Proceeds from Topping Out benefit the Architecture Chapter of the University of Texas at Arlington Alumni Association. In addition, Topping Out proceeds also benefit members of the Topping out Partnership Program for charitable based educational programs.