We are community builders,
and nothing brings people together more than music.
We are a local company, everything we do is in this city and for this city. Richcraft is proud to partner with Senators Sports & Entertainment, Live Nation and the Canadian Tire Centre (CTC). The CTC has been at the centre of the biggest sports and music events in Ottawa. As the new title sponsor for upcoming shows, we are proud to stand alongside the fans.
Habitat for Humanity's signature gala celebrates 10 years
Habitat GO works with community partners, donors and volunteers to build safe, decent and affordable homes to help break the cycle of poverty. The homes are sold with an interest-free mortgage to selected partner families. This year, Habitat GO is building five homes in Orléans and Overbrook that will serve five families, with a combined 11 children. Its number of builds to date is approaching 52.
From left, Monica Singhal (Richcraft Homes) with Sarah Grand, Valerie Campagna, Alex Taggart and Angela Singhal (Richcraft Homes) at Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa’s Steel Toes and Stilettoes gala evening, held at the Canadian War Museum on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
Rotary Club opening Peace Park in Stittsville
The Ottawa-Stittsville Peace Park is an addition of a path and labyrinth to the existing W.J. Bell memorial park in Stittsville. It will become a part of an international network of similar Rotary Peace Parks.
A number of boulders adjacent to the parking lot now bear plaques acknowledging the contributions of major sponsors and donors to the project. These plaques were unveiled as part of the opening ceremony. These include plaques for the Regional Group, Phoenix Homes, Minto, Mattamy Homes, Tartan Homes, Richcraft Homes and the Rotary Club of Ottawa – Goulbourn.
Richcraft Homes Waiting Area
In 2008, the foundation recognized a generous $250,000 donation by Richcraft Homes by unveiling the Richcraft Homes Waiting Area in the new Surgical Day Care Unit at the General Campus. On hand at the celebration were members of the Singhal family.
Left to right: Kris Singhal, President and Founder of Richcraft Homes, his wife Manju Singhal, Kevin and Monica Yemm, Jeff Smith and Angela Singhal. Photo credit: Miv Photography
Celebrating Brewer Pond
Brewer Park Pond is once again part of the Rideau River. The transformation is complete and it is now up to Mother Nature to let things take their course and let the pond and shoreline flourish and grow.
Algonquin Centre for Construction excellence
The new building identifies Algonquin College as the focal point for skilled trades programs in eastern Ontario, attracting the best in educators, researchers and students, while serving as an expression of the environmental stewardship that is possible within our cities.
Rehabilitation of Brewer Pond
The goal of the Brewer Pond restoration project is to create a backwater wetland that aquatic species from the Rideau River can access. In addition to providing habitat to a range of wildlife species, this reconnection will help to prevent further fish kills in the pond. This new reconnection of Brewer Park Pond to the Rideau River has the potential to create the habitat that is twice as large as the previous habitat in Orleans.