Friday, July 29th, 2011 by Francine Maglione
Complete Basement Systems has been helping anyone with a basement flooded in Denver, CO, as well as performing foundation repair in Colorado, for years, and now they would like to help future Colorado engineers achieve their professional goals. On June 27, the Professional Engineers of Colorado Education Foundation held a fundraising golf tournament at the Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course in Castle Rock, CO, and Complete was there to help.
Staff members from Complete Basement Systems worked a booth at the golf tournament giving out extra prizes to excited participants. Proceeds from the tournament benefited the Professional Engineers of Colorado Education Foundation (PEC-EF), which supports engineering and scientific educational activities of the National Society of Professional Engineers—Colorado, including Bridge Building for high school students, MATHCOUNTS for junior high school students, and other educational programs and scholarships.
"We are proud to attend and help out with the Professional Engineers of Colorado Education Foundation as they help future engineers realize their talents and interest in engineering," said Rod Martin, owner of Complete Basement Systems in Colorado."
The PEC-EF is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers - Colorado Chapter. The NSPE-CO’s mission is to promote the ethical, competent and licensed practice of engineering, and to enhance the professional, social and economical well-being of its members.
Complete Basement Systems serves all of Colorado including Denver and Fort Collins performing foundation repair and fixing any basement flooded in Denver, CO, and the surrounding areas. Complete is located in Aurora, CO. For more information or for a free estimate, call 1-303-805-8751 or visit www.basementsystemscolorado.com.