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Balfour Beatty Construction golf benefit raises more than $33,000 for student scholarships

Balfour Beatty Construction, the fifth largest general builder in the nation and one of Florida’s largest construction managers, raised $33,500 at their 20th annual golf benefit held March 10 at the Grand Oaks Golf Club in Davie, Fla. The funds were given the next day to the Palm Beach State College Foundation to be distributed for student scholarships.

From left: DBOT member David H. Talley; Student Trustee Keneisha V. Dale; DBOT member William Berger; Clint Glass, senior vice president of Balfour Beatty Construction; Suellen Mann, executive director of the Foundation; Dr. Dennis P. Gallon, president of PBSC; DBOT Chair Carolyn L. Williams; and DBOT Vice Chair John W. Dowd, III.

“Golf was the perfect venue for all of our partners and subcontractors to show a strong commitment to giving back to the communities they serve,” said Clint Glass, senior vice president and business unit leader of the Florida division. “Raising $33,000 was amazing, and knowing the money raised will be used to improve the lives of students for years to come is extremely gratifying.”Glass presented the check to the Palm Beach State College Foundation during a District Board of Trustees meeting on March 11.

“Clint and his team at Balfour Beatty are shining examples of the powerful ways that corporations can invest in and support the local communities in which they do business,” said Dr. Dennis Gallon, president of Palm Beach State College. “They have been long-time supporters of the College, and we cannot thank them enough for their continued support.”

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