We applaud the coalition for doing more than open houses this year and giving people tools to help stretch their food dollars.
To NorthEast Fabricators of Walton for its part in helping bring health care to under-served residents of Ghana.
The company is building eight mobile medical units for Odulair Inc. of Wyoming, a subcontractor for Belstar Development of Miami, which has been hired by the government of the West African nation to overhaul its medical system.
NorthEast has been been building boxes since 1997, but this is the first time the company has gone beyond the basics.
“We’ve never done all the finish work,” owner Bill Brodeur said. “All the interior, all the finish work, we did this for the first time. It’s never been done here before. The guys collectively did a great job putting this whole thing together.”
It’s good to see a local company expand its abilities, and seeing it to help improve health care is even more heartening.