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Office Highlights

  • August 4, 2017 | Internship Program

    Today we put our interns to the test with a friendly game of Intern Jeopardy. Our winner this year was Karl Heuchert, a CM student from CalPoly. We’d like to thank all of our interns for their hard work and contributions throughout the summer!

  • June 27, 2017 | Giving Back

    Proud to unveil our latest AbbVie and Heart of America Foundation collaboration at McKinley Institute of Technology in Redwood City. The library renovation features all-new bookshelves, furniture, paint and flooring for a very deserving local school.

  • June 27, 2017 | Wellness. Life. Balance.

    We held our Annual Wellness Fair in Redwood City today. It was a fun-filled “day at the fair” with plenty of food, games, massages and prizes; one of many company sponsored events designed to promote wellness in the workplace.

  • April 29, 2017 | Giving Back

    The Redwood City office continued a 27-year partnership with Rebuilding Together April 29, 2017. Arlene Moon was born in Indiana in 1925, and has lived in the Menlo Park house she shares with her daughter and son-in-law since 1975. Arlene, now in her 90s, owned a beauty salon in Chicago, before changing careers to be a security guard at various biotech firms and banks in the Bay Area. Her favorite memories of her home are her grandchildren visiting, and having parties in the backyard. When asked how the home repairs will affect her daily life, Arlene replied she will “feel safer.” Together with our subs and volunteers, we worked together to help Arlene and her family feel secure in their home, and to provide a safe and comfortable environment for many more years of fun and happy family gatherings.

  • April 12, 2017 | Wellness. Life. Balance.

    Continuing our efforts to #giveback we are about to kick-off another Good Tidings / Leroy Nieman Art Studio. The newly transformed space will be unveiled May 19 for the East Oakland Youth Development Center; complete with new cabinets, shelving, track lighting, fresh paint, custom murals and furnishings to create a relaxing space for children to be creative.

  • March 3, 2017 | Wellness. Life. Balance.

    Studies show that dogs have enormous health benefits for people; lowering blood pressure, aiding recovery from heart disease, and improving our psychological well-being and self-esteem. So today it was “Cuddle with a Puppy Day” – courtesy of Pound Puppy Rescue.

  • February 15, 2017 | Wellness. Life. Balance.

    The Healthiest Form of Projection is Art” -Fritz Perlz. Our Wellness program hosted a painting session to help bring out our Team Member’s inner-Picasso and restore balance in the workplace.

  • November 3, 2016 | Giving Back

    Bill Butler took time out of his busy schedule to share his knowledge with the Boy Scouts Webelos Troop at our St. Leo’s Project. The boys have now earned there Build-It Pin.

  • June 28, 2016 | Giving Back

    A brand new art studio was unveiled on June 28, 2016 thanks to a generous donation from the Good Tidings Foundation and the construction expertise of W. L. Butler Construction, Inc. The Leroy Neiman Art Studio is part of an expansion for the Rock Teen Center in north Phoenix, which also recently opened a music recording studio for teens.

  • June 23, 2016 | Giving Back

    W. L. Butler joined forces with AbbVie and Heart of America Foundation to refurbish two under-resourced school libraries in the Bay Area by improving designs and layouts; providing new furniture, technology and library books; and providing books for students to take home. The team unveiled the new and improved libraries at Grant Elementary in San Jose on Tuesday, June 21 and Garfield Elementary in Redwood City on Thursday, June 23. Both projects were similar in scope; requiring demolition/replacement of the existing flooring, adding fresh paint and installing new book shelves.

  • May 20, 2016 | Think Green

    We kicked off our 2nd Annual Green Fair today with over 15 sustainability-focused businesses. Among them… Aquarium of the Bay provided education about protecting the bay fisheries, Body Technique provided massages, Commute.org offered commute assistance services, Earthquake Supply Center had disaster kits on hand, Farm Fresh to You discussed the importance of organic produce, Fusion Jerky had samples to try, High Definition Solar shared their solar electric systems, LittleGreenCycle Food Truck served an organic lunch, Motostrano had electric bikes to test ride, MultiPure shared water conservation tips, My Open Road demonstrated its  patent-pending mobile technology, PG&E discussed energy efficiency programs, Recology shared recycling and composting tips, the Fire/Police Department provided community outreach, Renewal by Anderson shared their energy efficient doors and windows, Solar Express Lighting demonstrated their SolaTube interior lighting systems and Towne Ford had several electric cars on display.

  • April 26, 2016 | Giving Back

    At the 926 Woodside Ribbon Cutting today, Bill Butler presented gifts to the Redwood City Fire and Police for their outstanding emergency response back in October 2013. Fire Chief Stan Maupin obtained a new fire training/equipment trailer for junior firefighters and Deputy Chief Gary Kirby accepted a $2,000 check on behalf of the Police Activities League for Youth.

  • January 26, 2016 | Giving Back

    Our President, Frank York, joined Alice Cooper, MBH Architects and the Good Tidings Foundation to kick off another LeRoy Neiman Art Studio community project.

  • November 25, 2015 | Giving Back

    The Redwood City office donated 1,700lbs of turkeys (100 total) to the Menlo Park Senior Center on the eve of Thanksgiving.