GRIFFITH, IND. — Rhonda Orange of F.E. Moran Fire Protection, Griffith, Ind., office, was nominated for a 2012 Influential Women of Northwest Indiana award in the construction “Up and Coming Women” category. The Influential Women of Northwest Indiana non-profit celebrates the region’s most successful women in their industry.
The Influential Women of Northwest Indiana awards were established in 2011, recognizing two winners from each of the 11 industry categories. Nominees come from the business, construction, economic development, education, financial, government, healthcare, law, marketing/media, non-profit, and service/tourism industries. Each industry has a winner in two categories: “Influential Women” and “Up and Coming Women.” F.E. Moran Fire Protection’s Ms. Orange was nominated for the Construction industry’s “Up and Coming Women” category.
Orange has been an asset to the Griffith, Ind., office of F.E. Moran Fire Protection since 2007 as the branch manager. She graduated with an MBA from Purdue University in 2006 and has brought her business expertise to the contractor.
Allen Metcalfe, president of F.E. Moran Fire Protection said, “Rhonda has been the cornerstone of Fire Protection’s office in Griffith, developing a business plan that has been continuously growing year after year. [She has also] assembled a dynamic and professional staff. Rhonda’s key attribute is her ability to ‘lead from the front,’ always willing to do what needs to be done to be successful and inspiring her team to achieve even greater opportunities.”
F.E. Moran Fire Protection has been providing solutions to the commercial, healthcare, education, tenant build-out, industrial, retail, and residential industries since 1970. Over the past four decades, F.E. Moran Fire Protection has established itself as a knowledge leader, protecting facilities from catastrophe. The contractor’s experienced project managers and industry-knowledgeable designers provide F.E. Moran Fire Protection with the expertise to find smart solutions with reliable results.