Broaddus & Associates has always taken an active role in the communities where we live and work. As a part of this commitment, our firm has developed a strong portfolio of managing projects for non-profit organizations. These entities are faced with the incredible task of providing valuable services to our communities, and must be supported by facilities that enhance their missions. Our firm is proud to have served these organizations in a variety of roles, including project management, planning and consulting on new and renovated facilities. We have worked with groups serving a diverse set of community needs, including cultural awareness, arts, social services, youth development, and education.
Our firm engages our services in a manner that maximizes project and fiscal transparency. This allows donors, board members, employees, and other members of the community to stay abreast of the project’s progress. These initiatives include participation in community meetings, board of directors updates, the creation of project information web sites, and financial reporting that ensures a culture of communication necessary on non-profit projects. Our firm understands that non-profit organizations must work hard to generate the contributions necessary to provide services. When the need for a capital improvement project arises, Broaddus & Associates serves as an additional steward of the funds allocated. Our firm ensures that inefficiencies are eliminated, schedules are met, and the very best value is achieved within the budget. The successful execution of projects for non-profit groups should be a reflection upon the manner in which those entities operate.