Touch a Truck with Community Fire Company of Rising Sun, Inc.

Touch a Truck with Community Fire Company of Rising Sun, Inc.

The Community Fire Company of Rising Sun, Inc. hosted a Touch-a-Truck event on August 28, 2021. Comer Construction was proud to participate with several pieces of equipment, including our new brand skidloader! We also provided giveaways and activities for the kids.

The Community Fire Company of Rising Sun, Inc. has three stations to serve the needs of the community. 

Check out our photos from the event and their post below: 

Comer Construction Joins National Night Out in Harford County

Comer Construction Joins National Night Out in Harford County

Earlier this month, Comer Construction joined other local organizations in celebrating “National Night Out.” This annual event, celebrated on the first Tuesday in August, brings communities together to promote police-community partnerships.

The Harford County Sheriff’s Office hosted the event at the Equestrian Center on Tollgate Road. State and local police officers were in attendance, along with other first responders and community organizations. The Maryland State Police Helicopter also made an exciting visit!

Comer Constructions’s area included giveaways and activities for kids and adults. We brought several pieces of equipment, including some vintage pieces. Kids loved getting on the excavator! Check out the photos below. 

You can read more about it on the Bel Air Patch. Also, make sure you follow our Facebook page to get details on Comer Construction and other Touch a Truck opportunities in the future. 

COMER CONSTRUCTION WELCOMES HARFORD COUNTY OFFICIALS TO ANNUAL MEETING

Comer Construction held its Annual Meeting recently at the Darlington Volunteer Fire Company where employees gathered for an afternoon of educational presentations from local county officials on important topics in our community, including the opioid epidemic.

Erik Robey, Director of Legislative and Community Affairs with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office led the afternoon’s discussion, followed by officials from the Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy and Harford County Health Department.

As part of the discussion on the county’s opioid epidemic, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office brought its H.O.P.E. (Heroin Overdose Prevention Effort) House, a mobile simulation of a young person’s bedroom that highlights some of the places drugs can be hidden and other potential signs of drug use. Employees had an opportunity to walk through the H.O.P.E. House and also received training on Narcan nasal spray, a life-saving medicine that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and were given the nasal spray to take home with them.

Following the educational presentations, employees enjoyed dinner provided by MISSION BBQ.

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Comer Construction Raises Awareness About Damage Prevention at Touch A Truck Day

Comer Construction recently partnered with Miss Utility — a free, one-call notification center for proposed excavation plans — for Touch a Truck Day on August 12 at Prince George’s Stadium in Bowie. Comer Construction and other area contractors, brought heavy machinery and other work vehicles for children to explore in an effort to generate awareness about damage prevention. Comer Construction has participated in this event for the past two years.

Children from the Prince George’s County area and beyond, had the opportunity to explore heavy machinery and other vehicles in a safe environment. Children received backpacks, t-shirts and other small items from Miss Utility and participating contractors. The first 500 children ages three to 12 also received an additional Touch a Truck drawstring bag courtesy of the Bowie Baysox and had the opportunity to watch that evening’s baseball game versus the Portland Sea Dogs.

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Comer Construction Sponsors Md. Washington Minority Companies Association Annual Meeting

Comer Construction, a women-owned minority business enterprise, joined more than 75 companies today at the Md. Washington Minority Companies Association 14th Annual Spring Breakfast Meeting/Business Showcase Expo. As a Bronze Sponsor of this annual event, Comer Construction had the opportunity to meet with other local and regional contractors to continue our efforts to expand diverse supplier outreach efforts and identify other diverse suppliers for potential new business opportunities.

For more than 30 years, Comer Construction has provided quality and dependable construction services in site preparation areas of land clearing, grading and earth moving, sewer and water installation, and road and storm drain construction. We are certified as an MBE and DBE by the Maryland Department of Transportation and as an MBE and WBE by the City of Baltimore.

To learn more about our services, please visit our website: http://www.comerconstruction.com/.