Mobil Steel Helps Build Safe Shelter for Women

HOUSTON (September 16, 2010)Mobil Steel International, Inc. helped the Associated Builders and Contractors of Houston renovate a shelter for homeless women last month. Mobil Steel joined more than 100 suppliers, contractors and builders of ABC Houston who put their talents and skills to work repairing the Faith House at Eagle’s Lift Ministries. The two-story house serves as a safe and secure home environment for abandoned, pregnant or abused young women.

In addition to helping build Houston, ABC Houston and Mobil Steel are committed to serving the Houston community. In the past, ABC members assisted Boys & Girls Harbor and Habitat for Humanity with building projects.

“It is very satisfying for Mobil Steel employees to use our treasure and our talent to help people in our community,” said Leonard A. Bedell, president and CEO of Mobil Steel. “As a business, we are blessed to work in Houston and the United States where we help build a robust economy. For those who need a little help to enjoy the benefits of our economy, we are happy to give them a hand and help them along their way to success.”

About Mobil Steel International, Inc.
Mobil Steel International, Inc. fabricates steel used in some of the world’s essential industries: chemical, manufacturing, petroleum, communication, clean fuels, and power utilities, as well as the commercial industry. Mobil Steel’s South Wayside facility in Houston has a production capacity of more than 1,000 tons per month in its 80,000 square feet of plant and office facilities under roof, providing flexibility to manage multiple projects. The 8.5-acre site is located within major freeway access to the refining and petrochemical complex in Harris and Galveston counties. Mobil Steel is quality certified by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). For information about Mobil Steel International, Inc. visit their website at www.mobilsteel.com.

Cutline: Associated Builders and Contractors members renovate the Faith House at Eagles Lift Ministries, a homeless shelter for abandoned, abused or pregnant young women. ABC member Mobil Steel International, Inc.participated in the community service project.