Community Involvement

Adolfson & Peterson Construction employees believe in the power of volunteerism to better our communities and our world. Every year hundreds of AP employees generously donate their talents, energy and thousands of hours of their time to charitable organizations around the country.

Construction Career Training Program

The Construction Career Training Program (CCTP), established by David Adolfson, is a collaboration of 22 faith-based and secular partners that provide construction industry job opportunities and community support for well-screened ex-offenders.

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MS 150

Since 2001, AP has participated in the annual MS 150 two-day bike ride starting in Duluth, MN to raise money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

March of Dimes WalkAmerica

Each year AP matches the monies raised by employees throughout the company for the March of Dimes WalkAmerica and supports a team for the Denver WalkAmerica event. The funds raised by this event are used to support the March of Dimes mission of preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality.

Christmas Crusade for Children

Each year AP employees support our local police forces' Christmas Crusade for Children, providing gifts and cash donations to fill the holiday wishes of needy children.

Bonfils Blood Center

Over the past five years, AP has been proud to sponsor an annual blood drive for the Bonfils Blood Center, and encourage employees, their family and friends, as well as many of our subcontractors to donate.

West Valley Child Crisis Center

AP supports the West Valley Child Crisis Center through hands-on volunteer efforts. The WVCCC is a safe, nurturing, home-like environment staffed by quality care providers that provides temporary shelter for children who are victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment. The Center interacts with the community to increase awareness of, and work to prevent, the cycle of child abuse.

Wycliffe Associates

AP supports our employee volunteers as they give of their time to construct buildings for Wycliffe Bible Translators, an organization committed to providing access to Scripture to everyone in the language they understand best.