Aloha Construction is a licensed, bonded, and insured general contracting firm located in Illinois. It was started by its Chief Executive Officer Dave Farbaky a decade ago and now has an office in Lake Zurich and another one in Bloomington. This company has always prioritized being ethical and treating its customers fairly and honestly which was recently recognized when this company was given the BBB Torch Award.
At Aloha Construction they remain accountable to their customers by doing the work that was agreed to correctly, working hard, and using materials of the highest quality. Dave Farbaky also believes in giving back to those in the communities in which his company operates. For that reason, his company has sponsored several youth sports teams and has provided support to nonprofits helping people in need. He recently published a list of six of the organizations they support so that others could support them as well.
Aloha Construction is a sponsor of the Central Illinois Flying Aces USHL hockey team. In addition to being this team’s corporate sponsor, they are also fans of the team. This company is also a sponsor of the Kane County Cougars which is a youth baseball team. Dave Farbaky’s company sponsors the Lake Zurich high school football team which recently almost had an undefeated season, only losing their final game to Batavia in the playoffs.
Another sports team that Aloha Construction sponsors is the Illinois State University athletics program. They have partnered with both the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. They also support the Children’s Oncology Services, Inc.’s Camp One Step. Each time one of this university’s basketball teams has an assist Aloha Construction will donate $5 to the Camp one Step program.
Aloha Construction recently partnered with OMNI Youth Services. They gave a family with four girls the opportunity to go on a shopping spree at Learning Express. They had 90 seconds to grab whatever they wanted and were able to grab about $7,000 worth of new toys during this time. Finally, Dave Farbaky also recommended supporting the Bloomington Boys and Girls Club like his company does.