- Time: Feb. 5, 2018, 11:02 AM
Another successful turnout for Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. golf tournament supporting organ failure and transplant patients at Nora’s Home
Houston (February 5, 2018) – Nearly 120 golfers teed off for a cause at Hermann Park Golf Course on Friday, November 17, 2017, participating in the 4th Annual Nora’s Home Golf Classic presented by Satterfield and Pontikes Construction, Inc (S&P). Proceeds from the event benefited Nora’s Home, a hospitality home for organ failure and transplant patients traveling to receive care at the Texas Medical Center. S&P executives presented a check to Nora’s Home in the amount of $75,000 on Friday, January 19, 2018.
Major tournament sponsors included: CFI Mechanical; Diversified Thermal, Inc.; Gonzales Commercial Electric; Hart Plumbing Southwest; and Merit Professional Coatings. Also joining as team sponsors were: Alliant Insurance Services; Construction Specialties; Destin Drywall and Paint Inc.; Jomar Electrical; Myrex Industries; Plumbers Local Union 68; Radley Staffing; Sendero Industries, LLC. and Texas Saffire, LLC.
The event featured the late Ron Bukowski being honored with the S&P Spirit Award for his exuberant love of life, family, and his consistent commitment to improve the community.
As general contractors of Nora’s Home, S&P expects to complete construction of a 15,500-square foot phase two expansion in April 2018. “We are pleased to be a part of this very worthwhile project,” stated S&P President/CEO George A. Pontikes, Jr. “Nora’s Home provides important support that these families need, and we are honored to be a part of that effort.”
Established in 1989, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. is an award-winning general contractor and construction manager. S&P is recognized as one of Engineering News-Record’s Top 400 Contractors and Top 100 Green Builders in America.
About Nora’s Home
Opened in 2013 as the first transplant hospitality home in the Gulf Coast region, Nora’s Home welcomes patients and their families at any stage of the transplant journey. The hospitality home aims to ease burdens many patients face by helping reduce the immense expense and stress incurred while undergoing transplant care by providing affordable lodging in a loving, home-like environment. Located at 8300 El Rio Street in Houston near the Texas Medical Center, the self-supporting facility includes 16 private bedrooms and baths, a fully-equipped kitchen, community room, meditation room, education center, and provides free shuttle services to and from the medical center. A Phase two expansion to double capacity from 16 to 32 family suites is currently underway. For more information, visit www.norashome.org, call 832-831-3720 or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.