Con-Real believes in never underestimating the power of future generations to change the industry. From internships to educational projects, Con-Real is always looking for opportunities to give students the resources needed to succeed. On Thursday, April 19th, Con-Real was thrilled to host the students of O.D. Wyatt High School at both our office headquarters and two of our ongoing construction project sites.
Starting out with a tour of I.M. Terrell in Fort Worth, students enrolled in the construction pathway were given the opportunity to tour the site and see Con-Real’s team at work. Following the tour, students were welcomed at Con-Real headquarters and given the opportunity to get first-hand advice from Con-Real staff- even our President/CEO himself, Gerald Alley. Students were then provided with lunch and taken to the site of Texas Live! Where they were given a tour from our experts managing the project.
This program was organized by Con-Real’s Director of Public and Client Relations, Gina Alley. Students and staff alike had a great time asking and answering questions. This event was just one of the ways Con-Real stays involved in the community, and we look forward to continuing this tradition in the future.