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Contractor, associates donate 400 toys for Christmas

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PULLMAN, Wash. – More than 400 toys were donated this week to the Pullman Child Welfare Association by contractor Skanska USA Building, its employees and affiliated companies.

Skanska crews are building the PACCAR Environmental Technology Building on the Washington State University Pullman campus.

“We asked our 90 crew members working on the project to donate one toy, and we’ve seen an outpouring of generosity,” said Frank Young, a senior superintendent on the building project. “We are thrilled to have over 400 toys to donate that will hopefully bring lots of cheer to Pullman kids this holiday.”

In addition to crew members, the following companies participated in the toy drive:
• Skanska USA Building
• LMN Architects
• Coughlin Porter Lundeen
• PAE Engineers
• Swift Co.
• Garco Construction
• Western Partitions, Inc. (WPI)
• University Mechanical, Inc.
• McKinstry
• Valley Electric
• J&S Masonry
• Motley & Motley
• Rubenstein’s Contract Carpets

 

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