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Being awarded the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics has solidified Aloha Construction’s reputation as a company that is ethical and fair to its employees. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) recently recognized Aloha Construction for its service to the Zurich, Illinois community and those living in the surrounding areas. The CEO & President of BBB, Steve J. Bernas remarked that Aloha Construction recognizes the importance of its employees, stakeholders, community members, and customers. BBB’s 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics concentrates on companies, which do their best and always believe in treating their customers with respect.

The company also won the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics based on their charity work and by creating a work culture that emphasizes a forward-thinking mentality. In 2017, the Zurich, Illinois, based construction company reached the goal of creating 20 thousand plus roofing opportunities in their home state of Illinois. The company is also intent on providing their customers and stakeholders with quality service so that they can feel more at ease. Part of the attraction with hiring a company like Aloha Construction is that they provide a 10-Year Craftmanship Warranty as a part of their contract with the customer. A 10-year Craftmanship Warranty guarantees that a company like Aloha Construction believes in its quality of work and its determination to live up to its good name. Plus the BBB has given them an A+ rating.

Dave Farbaky, the CEO of Aloha Construction, has led by example over the years with his fair treatment of employees, and his generosity to those that strive to do their best. By treating some of his top company employees to an excursion to Maui, Hawaii, he has solidified himself as a CEO that truly recognizes the value of his employees.

Mr. Farbacky also believes in doing good works as a philanthropist. Over the years, Farbacky and his company have supported their community with a Chicago Bulls Vip Ticket Giveaway. In 2018, Farbacky’s company doled out 12 box seats to a child who had a congenital heart condition. This child and his friends experienced fun and unique event.