helped in the planning, sequence and execution of the Expo through the time, talents and resources of their companies.
generously sponsored the Expo through its foundation. ARCO/Murray led the overall project management and coordination of the various partners who made the Expo possible, under the leadership of Principal Joe Pomerenke (ND 05), Project Manager Brian Maloy (ND 12) and Site Supervisor Mike Cote.
led the design of Prototype B and the form work for both prototypes, donating the use of their patented forms as well as the time and talents of Karl Kuhlmann, Dave Williams and Bernie Trout for project coordination and construction training.
Meet the Partners, Donors & Sponsors
Learn more about the organizations who made the E2E Expo possible
JJ White Inc.
Midwest operations provided critical infrastructure to support the E2E Expo Site as well as foundation work for each of the prototype homes, under the leadership of Vice President Larry Pearson and Project Manager Adam Bradley.
CMA Supply Co.
proudly provided the reinforcing steel that brings critical seismic resilience to E2E homes. Special thanks to General Manager Jim Dill.
Buzzi Unicem USA
provided cement for R&D studies by the student team and for the production of the panels for Prototype A, through the efforts of Dave Pedzinski.
Hoosier Concrete Pumping
provided concrete placement services to expedite the construction of the prototypes on the Expo's accelerated timeline, thanks to the personal assistance of Vice President Myron Martin.
Kuert Concrete Inc.
supplied the concrete used to construct the E2E Expo prototypes, with the kind assistance of Tim Miller, Steve Fidler, Jim Sellers, Brad Webb and Charlie Shepherd.
provided the fencing to secure the E2E Expo site, through the efforts of Bruce McDougal.
Walsh and Kelly Inc.
provided all stone material for the foundations and access road at the site, thanks to the generosity of Kevin Kelly.
Weaver Boos Consultants
provided consulting services for the site plan, under the guidance of Mark Foster.
provided funding to support research, development and operations of E2E in the US and Haiti.
provided the first funding to support the development of the E2E Housing Model and critical training and mentoring in social venture strategy and planning. E2E is especially thankful for the guidance of Jennifer Keller Jackson and James Barlow.
The Kellogg Institute
for International Studies at Notre Dame has been a long-time sponsor of E2E's work in Haiti, helping to launch its IDP survey projects and more recently Innovation Incubators in country. E2E has benefited from its Development Advisory Teams and the enthusiasm and passion of Executive Director Steve Reifenberg.
has been a long-time supporter and advisor to E2E, recently helping to fund its launch of full time operations in Haiti through the Office of Research. E2E is grateful for the advise and friendship of Managing Director Michael Sweikar.
at Notre Dame was the incubator for E2E's business plan and a great showcase for this budding social venture, thanks to the enthusiasm and wisdom of Director David Murphy.