BION is thrilled to announce that they have been nominated by the membership of the American Subcontractor’s Association of Metro Washington (ASAMW) for a Subby Award in the category of Subcontractor of the Year. The award is a tremendous honor, bestowed to exceptional firms in the DC Metro construction industry. “BION is extremely honored to have received a nomination for Subcontractor of the Year from American Subcontractor Association Metro Washington,” said Josie Geiger, BION Vice President. “We consider ourselves fortunate to partner with
Join us as we run and walk to support CASA CIS.
September 23, 2013, BION will celebrate our 5th year. John Fitzgerald, BION partner, reflects on the past 5 years. “The first 5 years have been a blurr of sleepless nights worrying whether we have made the correct decisions during our job planning, work schedules, health insurance decisions, everything being based on having the responsibility of not only our families but our extended family. All of which consist of the BION employees counting on us to make the right decisions as
It’s official! Don and Josie completed their first race (just don’t ask them their time!). It was great fun for all involved and Team ‘Run Strong’ exceeded their initial goal by raising $2,016! Proceeds from the 5th Annual Star Kid 8K Race benefit the pediatric heart program at Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children. To date, this year’s Star Kid 8K Race has raised over $94,000. Don and Josie would like to thank all of their generous sponsors and those who came out
BION’s own Don Ripley and Josie Geiger are planning to run in the Star Kid 8K Race to benefit Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children. Each year, more than 300 children with heart defects receive life-saving treatment through the work of Inova’s expert medical team. From the most fragile newborns to growing teens, Inova provides cardiac care for all in need. Proceeds from the 2010 Star Kid 8K will go directly to helping these special cardiac patients. The race will be held
BION’s own Josie Geiger joined thousands of others in a charity walk to benefit breast cancer. More than 2,900 participants raised $6.5 million dollars for research, awareness and access to treatment. The walk consisted of two days and a total of 39.3 miles; day one was 26.2 miles with day two ending after 13.1 miles. The walk took participants from the Washington Monument, past the Capital Buildings, the White House, through Georgetown and even past the Mormon Temple! It was often