Building Legacies | Top Schools

Sep 20, 2017

Virginia Living’s Top High Schools & Colleges 2017 recognizes schools for their excellence and innovation in five categories: Arts & Humanities; Science, Math & Technology; Capital Improvements; Faculty Awards and Honors; and Special Needs. After careful and thorough review of each school’s programs and accomplishments, Virginia Living’s editors selected schools that have instituted programs or recently begun capital improvements aimed at strengthening students’ experience in the classroom, in the field and in their communities. We’re delighted to see that 3 of our projects were featured! Emory and Henry College for its Master of physician assistant studies provided through the School of Health Sciences. Dickenson County Public Schools for their cybersecurity program offered at Ridgeview High School. AND for Capital Improvements – Two-Year Colleges – Ernst Hall at Richard Bland College of William & Mary. We’re honored that we can provide new and improved spaces for the growth and success of our youth. We continue to Build Legacies for Thriving Futures.

Headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, and serving clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States, the Branch Group touches all aspects of the built environment through Branch Civil, Branch Builds, and Hopkins | Lacy, our MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing) business unit. As a full-service construction solutions partner, we are committed to exceptional performance and to developing business relationships sustained by mutual benefit and respect.

In 2020, the Branch Group had total revenues of nearly $480 million and a workforce of more than 900 employee owners. Through our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), we ensure that every employee has a vested interest in our success. Visit www.branchgroup.com to learn more.

 

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