Nibbi CEO and SF Giants Principal Partner Larry Nibbi to Receive “Good Scout” Award

SAN FRANCISCO, CA., AUGUST 2012—Nibbi Brothers General Contractors CEO Larry Nibbi will be this year’s “Good Scout” honoree at the 34th Annual Construction Industry Lunch-O-Ree on Sept. 12, 2012. The Lunch-O-Ree, which is the largest annual fundraiser for the San Francisco Bay Area Council (SFBAC) of the Boys Scouts of America, brings together leaders in the Bay Area construction industry in support of scouting.

“The Good Scout Award is presented each year to a member of the construction Industry who is recognized by their peers as having provided leadership to their company, the construction industry, and the local community,” explains SFBAC Director of Development David Jarvis. “Larry Nibbi has been stalwart in these categories, and we are truly privileged to have him as part of the San Francisco Bay Area construction community.”

In his 46 years with Nibbi Brothers General Contractors, Larry has helped Nibbi stay true to its core value of social responsibility by playing an active role in supporting the community. He currently serves on the boards of multiple organizations, including Boys’ & Girls’ Towns of Italy, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco, Construction Employers Association, Carpenters’ Work Preservation, HEART of San Mateo County, Friends of SF City Planning, San Francisco Committee on Jobs, and San Francisco Center for Economic Development, to name a few.

Larry also supports the community through his involvement with the San Francisco Giants. As a principal partner in the San Francisco Giants Baseball Organization, Larry was part of the group responsible for keeping the team in San Francisco, as well as helping to raise funds for AT&T Park. Both actions have had a significant social and economic impact on the city of San Francisco and the entire Bay Area.

The keynote speaker at this year’s Lunch-O-Ree will be Larry Baer, President and CEO of the San Francisco Giants.

Founded in 1950, Nibbi Brothers is a builder of technically complex urban projects whose singular objective is getting the job done right. It’s a philosophy that guides every action on every Nibbi project. By relentlessly focusing on the right goals, the right people and the right approach, we help our clients find the best solutions to their project needs. Nibbi’s primary market sectors include commercial, community-based, education, mixed-use and multi-family, seismic/historic and waterfront. We currently are building the new Exploratorium @ Pier 15 ($140M), which is targeting LEED Gold, with possible Platinum, and is striving to become the first net-zero energy (NZE) museum in the world.

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