2014 Galecke Open Sponsors

Thank you to our 2014 sponsors

2014 Sponsors

ACR Supply Company
Walter E. Adams
Allegion
Andres Construction Services, LLC
Aramark Inc.(Corporate)
Aristotle Capital Management, LLC
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Bagby Elevator Company Inc.
Bahl & Gaynor, Inc.
Win Bell
Boyle & Lowry LLP
Christopher R. Bright
Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. (BRW)
Robert A. Campbell
Carpet Services Inc.
Christus Health
Clark Security Products, Inc.
Constellation New Energy
Michael R. Corboy
Corporate Floors, Inc.
Oscar D. Cruse
Dallas Area Rapid Transit / DART
DeSoto Janitorial Supply
Fidelity Advisor Charitable Gift Fund
Dan Gerard Flaherty
Fourth St. Performance Partners Inc.
John A. Gates
Geneva Capital Management, Ltd.
Grant Thornton LLP
David S. Gruber
Gulf Energy Mechanical Inc.
Halff Associates, Inc.
HCBeck, Ltd.
Health Care Service Corp
Holmes Murphy & Assoc., Inc.
Francis P. Hubach, Jr.
Christopher J. Hughes
Robert E. Hyde
Interstate Battery Systems
Jackson Walker L.L.P.
Jessie's Housekeeping
Jesuit College Preparatory School
Jones Lang LaSalle
Kane, Russell, Coleman, & Logan PC
KSWRP
Douglas J. Lattner
Lincoln Property Company
Mario Sinacola Companies
Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites - Las Colinas
Moon Capital Management LP
David G. Morales
Joseph C. Murphy
Joseph O. Neuhoff, Jr.
NTX Contractors
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Pace Realty Corporation
Palladium USA
Nathaniel W. Parker
Perkins+Will
John G. Romeo
Timothy P. Rooney
RSM US LLP
Shermco Industries, Inc
Gregory Shortell
Supreme Roofing Systems, Inc.
TDI
TechScape Inc.
The Catholic Foundation
Thompson & Knight Foundation
TIAA-CREF
Trammell Crow Company
Tri Dal Utilities, Ltd
Tri-Win Outsourcing, Inc
Charlie Tusa
UMB
Vaughan Nelson Investment Management
Eugene E. Vilfordi
Wheeler Pump Co., Inc.
Joseph Pete Wilbert
Willis North America Inc.
Thomas M. Zellers

 

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