Hercules Fence is pleased to announce that the company has supported numerous non-profit organizations in 2019 in keeping with our goal of improving the security of our customers, enriching the lives of our employees and bettering the community and country we live in. (more…)
We are proud to announce we have been awarded a $1.9 million contract to complete the second phase of Ocean City’s Boardwalk Access Control Project. This project came about as a result of the concern that unauthorized vehicles could access certain areas of the Boardwalk, which presented a security concern. As a result, Ocean City planned to create a multi-step plan to address this issue. The first phase of this plan was completed prior to last summer and we hope to complete this stage before Memorial Day.
Hercules Fence is proud to announce that it partnered with Kee Construction to create enclosures for endangered whooping cranes! These endangered whooping cranes were relocated to the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) in late December. This facility, which is 3,200 acres, is being used to house whooping cranes for the first time. (more…)
Hercules Fence was proud to team with Hourigan Construction to support Goochland Cares with the construction of their new facility. Our team offered a temporary fence and a small wood dumpster as donations. This facility will have a huge impact on Goochland Families in need and houses medical and dental offices, a food pantry, counseling for families in need, and also a shelter for abused women.
While Hercules Fence takes pride in its residential and commercial fence services, we also take pride in our community involvement. With several different locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, Hercules Fence has the ability to become involved in several different projects and charities. While some of this work involves donating time and money to restoration projects, other instances involve us sponsoring events taking place in our communities.
In launching its eighth annual school supplies drive, the Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington (AOBA) set out to benefit students at the John Burroughs Education Campus. Hercules Fence was proud to be one of the many contributors who partnered with AOBA to support this school and help set its students up for a future of success and learning in the 2014-2015 academic year.