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Sign up to Participate in the Chapter - Committees always welcome new participants. Many have on-going members who will continue to serve the chapter, but there is always room for another volunteer. Please choose a committee below that you would be willing to commit some time and energy to – most meet periodically for meetings that last no more than 2 hours, and all are FUN and INFORMATIVE. •Education – Plans Educational Events

  • Membership – Recruits and Retains Members
  • Program – Plans Meetings, Topics and Speakers
  • Awards – Recognition for outstanding achievement
  • Golf – Organizes the Golf Tournament
  • Communications – Monitors and updates social media websites as well as updates the new chapter site.
  • Scholarship – Administers and Awards Scholarships
  • Sponsorship –Seeks Sponsors  for Chapter Events
  • Community Service – Administers Community Related Events
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To Get Involved: - Contact: centralindiana@cfma.org

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September Is Suicide Prevention Month

One Act Can Save a Life!

The suicide rate in construction is about 4x greater than the national rate. Since September is National Suicide Prevention Month, we are asking everyone to do one thing to help change this staggering statistic. From educating yourself on the signs that someone is at risk to making a donation of any amount, no act is too small, especially if it can save a life.


New Website On Line Now!

The Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention will be relaunching www.preventconstructionsuicide.com. Here, you will be able to get help, get informed, and get started on your path to STAND Up for Suicide Prevention. 

"Talking about mental wellness and suicide prevention is an issue that has been shoved under the rug because of the stigma associated with it. It's time to start the dialog with our employees so they become comfortable talking about it; until then nothing will change." –David James, CPA, CCIFP

HOW TO INCORPORATE INTO YOUR WORKPLACE

The Suicide Prevention Integration Checklist is a tool to help construction companies build mental health promotion and suicide prevention into the workplace. This has been designed for company leaders to evaluate who within their organizations will be responsible for each item, and who needs to be involved in the implementation.

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Local Roots - National Reach

John Thompson and Paul Thrift began laying plans for their future business partnership while attending Indiana State University. Those plans came to fruition in 1986 with the founding of Thompson Thrift. Since that time, Thompson Thrift has grown from a locally focused real estate development company into an integrated, full-service development and construction company with a national scope. Thompson Thrift's commitment to Excellence, Service and Leadership has been and will remain a hallmark of the company as it moves forward into the future.

At Thompson Thrift, each project is regarded as a partnership with our clients and we promote a working environment in which communication and service are essential. We embrace a philosophy of transparency in conducting business and are proud of the culture of customer service we have developed. We stand behind our work and much of our success has been built on the business of repeat customers and referrals.

Our business model provides us with the in-house capabilities necessary to acquire a site, design a building, construct the building and lease, sell or manage it. Our seamlessly integrated menu of services and functions affords our partners the resources to reach their project goals, regardless of the job's size or complexity.

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