Construction Junction

Construction Junction works to support and promote conservation through the reuse of building materials, striving to keep usable building materials out of the landfills and provide them to the community at very low cost.  In addition to employing 29 people, the nonprofit supports Goodwill training programs in its warehouse, providing training to people with barriers to employment.  In 2011, Construction Junction launched its CJ ReGives program, which provides free building material and furniture to local social service, environmental, and arts -focused nonprofits.  In 2014, the program made donations to over 35 local organizations.

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