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Racanelli Construction Company, Inc. Recognizes February As National Heart Month – Team Members “Go Red For Women” In Support Of National Wear Red Day

Pictured: Racanelli Construction Company, Inc. employees “Go Red for Women” in support of the American Heart Association’s National Heart Month which is held every February.

Racanelli Construction Company, Inc. (Melville, NY,, a leading construction management, general contractor, and design/build resource for commercial, industrial, retail, medical, pre-engineered, and multi-unit residential projects, recently showed his support of the American Heart Association’s Heart Month which is held in February each year. To demonstrate its support, Racanelli Construction employees wore red on the first Friday of February which is the campaign’s “Go Red for Women” Day.

Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and strokes, is the number one cause of death in women. During American Heart Month, the American Heart Association asks women and men alike to join it and its Nation of Lifesavers™ by wearing red to help raise awareness, spreading the word on social channels using the tags  #HeartMonth and #WearRedandGive, and also taking other steps to help save lives. These include learning hand-only CPR, knowing important health numbers such as blood pressure, joining in research studies, and practicing self-care.

Racanelli Construction has been a longstanding supporter of the American Heart Association. The company’s President  Nicholas H. Racanelli served as a Board Member for over 30 years. He was appointed Board Chairman for the American Heart Association’s Northeast Division and remains active in an advisory role.

The participation of Racanelli Construction’s employees in the “Go Red for Women” Day is another example of the company’s commitment to the American Heart Association  and its  broader mission, “to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier  lives.”

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