Waiting to become human pink ribbon

EMCOR Croup Inc. subsidiary The Poole & Kent Corporation's employees will be donning pink hard hats at The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000168" title="Johns Hopkins Hospital" href="/topic/health/healthcare/johns-hopkins-hospital-PLCUL000168.topic">Johns Hopkins Hospital</a> in Baltimore, MD and forming themselves into the shape of a giant human pink ribbon in a “Call to Action” in support of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAI0000012" title="Breast Cancer" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/breast-cancer-HEDAI0000012.topic">Breast Cancer</a> screening and awareness. 100+ employees from The Poole & Kent Corporation and other organizations will be participating in the event. The Poole & Kent Corp. was awarded a contract for The Johns Hopkins Clinical Building redevelopment project in 2007 and has been on-site since that time, installing the mechanical and plumbing systems for the project---one of the nation’s largest healthcare projects under construction.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox / October 5, 2010 )

EMCOR Croup Inc. subsidiary The Poole & Kent Corporation's employees will be donning pink hard hats at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD and forming themselves into the shape of a giant human pink ribbon in a “Call to Action” in support of Breast Cancer screening and awareness. 100+ employees from The Poole & Kent Corporation and other organizations will be participating in the event. The Poole & Kent Corp. was awarded a contract for The Johns Hopkins Clinical Building redevelopment project in 2007 and has been on-site since that time, installing the mechanical and plumbing systems for the project---one of the nation’s largest healthcare projects under construction.

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