International Construction Company Supports Wake Education Partnership “United for Success: Courageous Leadership for Our Schools and Our Communities”



[USPRwire, Thu Sep 13 2007] Ann Denlinger, president of Wake Education Partnership, an independent advocacy organization dedicated to making world-class schools possible in Wake County, has named Balfour Beatty Construction, an international construction company with locations in Durham and Charlotte, as a sponsor for its 2007 Annual Meeting to be held Thursday, Oct. 11 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center on the North Carolina State University campus. As a sponsor, Balfour Beatty Construction will aid the organization in recognizing community leadership in public education and celebrate being a united community that embraces success for all students. To register for the event or for more information, visit http://www.wakeedpartnership.org/events/annualmeeting/registration.htm.

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http://www.mckimmon.ncsu.edu/mckimmon
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News Facts:
• Ann Denlinger, president of Wake Education Partnership, an independent advocacy organization dedicated to making world-class schools possible in Wake County, has named Balfour Beatty Construction, an international construction company with locations in Durham and Charlotte, as a sponsor for its 2007 Annual Meeting to be held Thursday, Oct. 11 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center on the North Carolina State University campus.
• As a sponsor, Balfour Beatty Construction will aid the organization in recognizing community leadership in public education and celebrate being a united community that embraces success for all students.
• To register for the event or for more information, visit http://www.wakeedpartnership.org/events/annualmeeting/registration.htm.

Quotes:
“We look forward to working with Balfour Beatty Construction,” said Denlinger. “The annual meeting will be a great opportunity for the community to become active in the Wake County Public School System.”

About Balfour Beatty Construction:
Balfour Beatty Construction is an internationally recognized commercial contractor offering a full range of commercial construction services to support clients in both the private and public sector. With headquarters in Dallas, Balfour Beatty Construction offers comprehensive construction services to clients coast-to-coast, including offices in Charlotte and Durham. The company is dedicated to creating relationships with clients and vendors, while providing a variety of services including construction management, general contracting, cost consulting, design-build, preconstruction and scheduling services. For more information on Balfour Beatty Construction, visit http://www.balfourbeattyus.com.

About Wake Education Partnership:
Wake Ed is an advocacy organization dedicated to making world-class schools possible in Wake County through business and community involvement. The Partnership plays a critical role in bringing people together, raising the level of discussion through capacity building, and brokering information and relationships around key issues in public education. Programs for 2007-08 focus on retaining effective teachers, developing effective education leaders, and ensuring healthy schools for all students. For more information, please visit http://www.WakeEd.org.

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