BRACE Integrated Services, a BRACE Industrial Group company, is the synergy of ICI, BRACE-ESI and Basic Industries; three trusted brands within the Commercial and Industrial Services sector. This strategic initiative positions the company to tap into the growth potential of the markets we serve on a sustainable basis pulling together a more complete services offering throughout the United States.
By bringing together the KNOWLEDGE and EXPERTISE of these trusted brands, our extensive portfolio of services and the leading experts in PERI-UP scaffolding under one roof, this new business alignment enables greater focus on the needs of our customers and changing technology in the industry. Through these efforts and our HANDS ON MANAGEMENT TEAM we enable our customers the ability to achieve their goals by implementing solutions.
BRACE services some of the most demanding markets with rigorous timeframes and safety requirements. We know our customers are under considerable pressure and must be supported by a reliable and capable partner. We pride ourselves on using the best quality materials and products that can be constructed to adapt to various extreme conditions.
We have many flexible solutions to make your project successful. From bidding and estimating to project management and installation, with locations across the nation BRACE can get your project off the ground with a SAFE and EFFECTIVE SYSTEM.
Ronald McDonald House Charities, Kansas City, Missouri
The latest addition to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City’s (RMHC-KC) “campus” near Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri opened its doors Thursday, February 12, 2015. This third Ronald McDonald House, named the Wylie House is located at 2525 Cherry Street. Free lodging is offered here to the families of children needing medical care. Together the three homes and Ronald McDonald Family Room inside of Children’s Mercy Hospital can accommodate up to 87 families at a time. At a cost of about $5.6 million, this newest house is 21,000 square feet and was largely tailored by designer Jennifer Bertrand of Olathe. Ms. Bertrand’s family has benefited from Ronald McDonald House Charities due to complications with her 5-year-old son, Winston. The donor sculpture was contributed by Chris Duh of Shawnee.