Volunteers from CyrusOne and HITT Contracting converged at the INMED Opportunity Center in Sterling last month to give the center a makeover.
“These volunteers renovated and improved our functionality in ways that we could not readily afford,” said INMED Opportunity Center Executive Director Cecilia Capece. “They sanded, stained, painted, steamed, waxed, wired, caulked, plumbed, created tables and installed a storage closet. When our staff, students and program participants return to the Opportunity Center [after the holidays], they will be amazed by this heartfelt gesture.”
“Since our expansion into Northern Virginia in 2014, the company’s focus on supporting the communities we serve with both our time and resources has led to numerous volunteer and philanthropic opportunities. We’re thrilled to partner with our friends at HITT to work on behalf of the Opportunity Center and look forward to continuing our support of this important organization,” stated Chris Napier, director of data center operations for CyrusOne.
HITT, which constructs many of CyrusOne’s data centers, also enlisted support of its subcontractors, including Critical Project Services, Rock Spring Contracting, Sparkle Painting Co., Rosendin Electric, W.E. Bowers and N. J. Sullivan Co., to complete the fast-track renovation in record time.
The INMED Family & Youth Opportunity Center is designed to provide education, services and resources to help Loudoun families raise healthy, responsible and resilient children, build a sense of community, and achieve economic self-sufficiency. Learn more at opportunitycenter.us.