Our Legacy is Built on

Community Involvement

We are aware of the impact made by being active in our neighboring communities. Whether it’s donating, coaching or volunteering, ACI Const. Co., Inc.’s team knows the importance of local communities.  We take pride in giving back to the communities where we live and work.

ACI is very fortunate to have a board presence and long-standing relationship with more than 20 community organizations, all in Northwest Ohio.

ACI supports various businesses, schools, and non-profits such as:

  • Marathon Center for the Performing Arts

  • Findlay Family YMCA

  • 50 North

  • Blanchard Valley Health Foundation

  • City Mission of Findlay

  • The Arts Partnership

  • Miracle Field

  • Fostoria Community Hospital Foundation

  • Seneca County Habitat

  • Bascom Fire Department

  • University of Findlay

  • Tiffin University

  • Arcadia Local Schools

  • Fostoria City Schools

Non-Profit Organizations that we support include:

  • Hancock County Habitat for Humanity

  • Seneca County Habitat for Humanity

  • Fostoria Habitat for Humanity (ACI actively involved with building numerous homes through the program.)

  • St. Francis Senior Ministries

  • Findlay Family YMCA

  • City Mission of Findlay

  • Hancock Handlebars Bicycle Club

I believe being supportive and involved in local community groups is an investment into the future.

Richard Kirk


ACI is also involved in numerous Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development boards including:

  • The Findlay-Hancock County Alliance

  • Fostoria Economic Development Corporation

  • Wyandot County Economic Development

  • Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce

  • Hardin County Economic Development Alliance

  • Putnam County CIC

  • Wood County Economic Development

  • Marion Chamber of Commerce

  • Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Allen County Chamber of Commerce

  • Ottawa Chamber of Commerce

  • Carey Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Ada Chamber of Commerce

  • Kalida Chamber of Commerce

  • North Baltimore Chamber of Commerce

Community Partners