We are stronger together.
Barriere’s Culture of Care has been prevalent during National Community Action Month, serving up Southern hospitality during a time of crisis. Our employees continue providing essential infrastructure services that keep the Gulf South connected while extending our logistical expertise and shared values to boost morale and meet a need in the communities where we live and work.
To show gratitude to our healthcare heroes and support local restaurants, our Northshore and Baton Rouge Asphalt Groups delivered a total of 300 meals to St. Tammany Parish Hospital and Baton Rouge General Hospital.
The Baton Rouge Asphalt Group also united with Associated Builders and Contractors Pelican Chapter and 39 other Chapter members during the Workforce Feeding Frontlines event. The team cooked, packaged, and delivered food to thousands of workers at four local hospitals as well as nonprofits focused on feeding those in need.
Barriere’s LaPlace-based Construction Group and Second Harvest Food Bank, South Louisiana’s largest anti-hunger network, partnered up with St. John the Baptist Parish to safely host their third food distribution together. The drive-through event provided nutritious shelf-stable meals to 450 pre-registered families in need. Parish President Jaclyn Hotard and Bert Wilson, Barriere President, Asphalt/Material Operation and Second Harvest Board member, showed up in support of one of the Parish’s largest food distributions to date. Barriere is partnering with its client Entergy for an even larger distribution next month.
“I just appreciate Barriere fully embracing that Culture of Care and not just talking the talk, but walking the walk.” –Jaclyn Hotard, St. John the Baptist Parish President