Workplace Week of 11/23/2020

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On top contractors list

Rudolph Libbe Inc. and GEM Inc., of the Rudolph Libbe Group, are among Engineering News-Record Midwest’s top contractors of 2020. The lists rank contractors, publicly and privately held, based on construction contracting-specific revenue.
Rudolph Libbe Inc. is in 38th place among the top Midwest contractors and sixth in Ohio with more than $320 million in regional revenue in 2019.
GEM Inc. is ranked 12th among ENR Midwest’s Top Specialty Contractors with more than $250 million in regional revenue in 2019.
The Rudolph Libbe Group provides construction and facility services that range from site selection and construction to energy solutions and facility management. The full-service contractor includes Rudolph Libbe Inc., GEM Inc., GEM Energy, Lehman Daman and Rudolph Libbe Properties.
The company is headquartered in Toledo with offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Lima, Ohio; and the Detroit area.

Bank opens operations center
GenoaBank has announced the opening of a new operations center at 622 Main St., Genoa.
Bank employees were previously located in separate buildings.
The 7,000-square-foot facility will serve as a home to support departments including loan administration, card services, operations, and the bank’s growing online and mobile banking division.
“The Operations Center stands as a symbol of our mission to preserve and grow GenoaBank for generations to come,” Chairman, President and CEO Martin P. Sutter said. “We are confident the new workspace will have a positive impact on our ability to collaborate more efficiently across many bank functions, while providing premium office space for our employees. There is genuine excitement about our new facility and, more importantly, even greater excitement about GenoaBank’s future.The building provides the perfect opportunity for expansion as the operations staff has grown to support the nine GenoaBank branch offices. Over the past decade, the bank’s assets and loans have doubled in size. The bank’s high rate of growth, combined with the advances in technology within the financial services industry, resulted in expanding the corporate campus with the new operations center.”

Donation for Habitat for Humanity
During October, Cutting Edge Countertops ran a promotion resulting in a $14,869 donation to Habitat for Humanity. For every purchase made during the month, Cutting Edge Countertops donated a percentage of the sales to advance the Habitat for Humanity mission.
“Many businesses and homeowners have been impacted by COVID-19, and we wanted to do our part to help,” said Brian Burns, Cutting Edge Countertops’ Co-Owner/Founding Partner. “We decided to make a donation to Habitat for Humanity as we are drawn to their efforts to provide affordable housing and their work with homeowners who need home repair assistance.”
Cutting Edge Countertops operates in three states: Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.


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