Gilbane Building Company Charity Golf Tournament in Chicago Raises Record Amount

The 11th annual Midwest charity golf tournament had a record-breaking year bringing in donations for local charities

Chicago, IL – August 21, 2018 – Gilbane Building Company recently held its 11th annual charity golf tournament at the White Deer Run golf course in Vernon Hills, IL. More than 140 golfers joined Gilbane to help raise over $60,000 for local charities in Chicago and Milwaukee.

“I am proud to see all of the hard work and support from so many of our subcontractor partners that is directly impacting our community. Our team is honored to have a part in giving back to the communities where we live and work. It was amazing to see the Gilbane Cares mission in action through the funds raised at this year’s outing!” – Kevin Connolly, Senior Manager of Business Development at Gilbane Building Company

The Gilbane Midwest team chooses local charities each year to benefit from their annual golf outing. This year’s recipients include the following well deserving organizations: ACE Mentor Program in Chicago and Milwaukee, One Small Voice, Horizons for Youth and Canstruction Chicago.

About Gilbane Building Company

Gilbane provides a full slate of construction and facilities-related services – from pre-construction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, general contracting, design-build and facility management services – for clients across various markets. Founded in 1873 and still a privately held, family-owned company, Gilbane has 46 office locations worldwide. For more information, visit

Gilbane has two permanent offices located in Chicago, as well as an extensive knowledge of the Chicagoland market including construction processes, area subcontractors/suppliers, local M/WBE contractors, and familiarity with Chicago jurisdictional authorities. With 40 years of success in the highly competitive Chicagoland market, Gilbane is committed to continuing the strong tradition of excellence in the Chicago construction industry.