Hunt with Heart 2017

Summit was proud to support the 5th Annual Hunt with Heart Sporting Clays Tournament on December 2, 2017.  We were joined by our sister company, Spitzer Industries.  The Hunt with Heart Tournament raises money to help enhance the lives and provide financial support for young people battling severe, life altering or life threatening illness.  For more information on Hunt with Heart, click here http://www.huntwithheart.org

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Summit was a sponsor for the LSU Construction Management Alumni 2017 Fall Golf Classic.  The Mission of the Construction Management Alumni Chapter (CMAC) is to encourage a professional standard of excellence among the students in Construction Management at Louisiana State University.  CMAC has funded scholarships, student association activities and technology enhancements.

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Summit Industrial participated in the Pipeliners Association of Houston (PAH) Fall Clay Shoot on October 20, 2017.  Our Team, along with our sister Company, Spitzer Industries cooked for the participants!  The mission of of PAH is to advance pipeline engineering and operating practices.  For more information about PAH, click here: http://www.houstonpipeliners.net

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Summit Industrial participated in the GPARMC 2017 Clay Shoot in Denver, CO as the “Team Flurry” sponsor on September 8, 2017. This event was very well attended by over 350 industry professionals. Summit Industrial raffled off a shotgun as a door prize, with the winner being Adam Ludwig with DCP Midstream. Summit Industrial wants to thank all of the volunteers, sponsors and shooters who made this such a wonderful event, and we look forward to next year’s clay shoot.

Harvey
Summit Industrial’s Houston office team has been out in full force helping residents throughout the Houston metro area that were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Our team members have been helping in Katy, Atascocita, Kingwood, League City, The Heights and Memorial areas. With so much to be done, our team enthusiastically dug in and has done whatever is needed. They have been removing household goods and furniture, gutting homes, cutting trees, washing clothes, serving meals, volunteering at local churches and shelters as well as, financially assisting individuals and families. The Summit Industrial team will continue to assist those devastated by Hurricane Harvey. One of Summit Industrial’s core values is “We treat everyone with honor, dignity and respect.” We care about each other, our employees, our clients and the communities that we live & work in.

 

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Summit employees continue to assist those in need during these trying times.  Friends and family of one of our Rigging Teams collected and shipped donations from Utah to be distributed to the community of Sea Drift.  Two employees have lost their homes due to flooding….but instead of focusing on themselves, they are spending their efforts gathering supplies for others.  Summit employees continue to display one of our core values, “We treat everyone with honor, dignity and respect.” We continue care about each other, our employees, our clients and the communities that we live & work in.

Hurricane Harvey

August 29th, 2017 by Summit Industrial

Summit Industrial is extremely saddened by the devastation Hurricane Harvey continues to unleash on Houston and the Gulf Coast Region. The situation is still rapidly evolving and it appears that there will be many more days of terrible weather and significant rain amounts. Our thoughts and prayers are with our employees, clients, associates, vendors, and subcontractors as they endure the obstacles they face during this period.

Please stay vigilant, prepared and safe as the weather event is not yet over. Remember to be patient and work together with your family, neighbors and community so southeast Texas, Houston and the Gulf Coast region can quickly get back on its feet.

Jeff Johnson
President and CEO

Riverdale

Summit Industrial sponsored and participated in the GPA-Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Annual Summer Golf Tournament on August 4, 2017, at the Riverdale Golf Course in Brighton, Colorado.   Justin Richards represented Summit Industrial at the event and participated in the Golf Tournament with other industry professionals.  The Tournament is a fundraiser for The Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Sponsorship Program.

The GPARMC is committed to supporting and encouraging students to follow an engineering degree program and enter the oil and gas processing industry. They currently support eight local universities with annual scholarships awarded each November. Over the course of the 19 years, they have granted more than $400,000 in scholarships and assisted over 200 students in their academic efforts.   For more information about the GPA Rocky Mountain Chapter, please click here:  https://gparmc.org/about-us.

Walk Me Home….

July 12th, 2017 by Summit Industrial

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Summit Industrial was pleased to sponsor the 2017 National Foster Parent Association’s Walk Me Home 5k Run in July.  Walk Me Home….to the place I belong is the signature fundraising and awareness event for foster care in America. This year thousands and thousands of walkers participated in Walk Me Home events across the country, raising funds to support the life-changing programs and activities of foster care associations throughout the United States.  NFPA and its Affiliates support the over 513,000 children in foster care nationwide.  Click here for more information:  http://nfpaonline.org/

ACIT

Pictured is Summit Industrial’s Business Development team Riley Hornback and Justin Richards along with Assistant Project Engineer, Jace Weber, as well as two members of LyondellBassel’s Bayport Operations Team. Summit Industrial sponsored the 1st hole at the Association of Chemical Industry of Texas and served fajitas to all participants of the tournament. ACIT works to enhance the economic health of the chemical industry as well as supply students with scholarships who plan to work in the industry.