New York, NY (PRWEB) April 12, 2017
Eastman Cooke Construction CEO Peter Morandi will be honored at ACDS’ Annual Golf Classic on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Hempstead Golf & Country Club in Hempstead, New York.
Morandi, a distinguished member of the nonprofit agency’s Board of Directors, will be recognized for his longtime commitment to charitable causes across the New York area. Since being appointed to the ACDS Board, Morandi has provided valuable insight and expertise on safety matters and construction initiatives to ensure the best possible care for the hundreds of developmentally disabled children and adults the agency serves.
As CEO of Eastman Cooke, Morandi has cultivated an award-winning corporate culture and has grown the company’s revenue significantly, making Eastman Cooke one of the leading general contracting and construction management firms in New York City. Major clients include Hospital for Special Surgery, NYU Langone, and Audi of Queens.
“I’m thrilled to be recognized by ACDS and contribute to a cause that has transformed the lives of many families across Long Island,” Morandi said. “Thanks to Executive Director Michael Smith and his outstanding staff for this great honor. I look forward to continued collaboration with my fellow Board members to spread the agency’s mission and broaden vital services for individuals with special needs.”
About Eastman Cooke Construction
Eastman Cooke Construction is a leading, full-service general contracting and construction firm based in New York City. Providing creative, tailor-made solutions, Eastman Cooke’s commitment to exceptional service has been meeting the needs of clients across all sectors since 2009. Frequent projects include ground-up construction and renovations of large office buildings, corporate interiors, retail stores, schools, hospitals, laboratories, nonprofit facilities and more.
Fore more information, visit http://www.eastmancooke.com/.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, ACDS, located in Plainview, NY is dedicated to providing lifetime resources of exceptional quality, innovation and inclusion for individuals with Down syndrome, autism and other developmental disabilities and their families. A provider of programs and services in and around Long Island since 1966, ACDS currently serves over 1,000 children and adults, delivering services that include Early Intervention and preschool special education programs, respite and recreation programs for children, teens and adults, adult Medicaid service coordination, day habilitation and eight supervised group homes. For more information, please visit acds.org or call 516-933-4700.