By Carrier proudly supports the communities we serve! The Carrier family has always valued giving back to others. By Carrier gets involved in many communities activities and causes, including:
- Greg Warren Field House @ Farmington High School
- Food Share
- Breast Cancer
- CT Children’s Hospital
- Salvation Army
- Toys for Tots
- School Tours Program
Youth Design Contest
Students enrolled in design or drafting courses in school are given the opportunity to win scholarships and awards for their skills. Students in grades 10 – 12 are asked to build a scale model home with presentation drawings, based on specific criteria we set each year. The first place winners are awarded a $1,000 cash prize and $1,500 college scholarship!
Greg Warren Memorial Field House – Farmington High School
“As the Town Council Chairman in Farmington, I have found one of the great strengths of our community is the willingness of individuals, families and businesses to give back to the community. During my tenure in office, the Carrier family has always been willing to pitch in when needed. Whatever the need, they have been willing to step forward and give back to our community. Their assistance and leadership, both financially and with volunteer sweat equity made the Greg Warren Field House a reality. This structure will serve the citizens and young athletes of Farmington, as well as those citizens with disabilities, to enjoy Farmington sports events for generations to come.” – Mike Clark
“The Greg Warren Memorial Field House at Farmington High School would not have been completed in the summer of 2011 if not for the donations of equipment, Labor and financial support of By Carrier Inc. and all their Divisions. Technical knowledge, contacts and experience were a tremendous help with an all-volunteer work force. Greg Warren himself would say “It’s amazing what you can get done when no one takes the credit” By Carrier Inc. are friends for life”. – Scott G. Zenke
Codes and Standards Committee
Johnny Carrier is a member of the Connecticut Codes and Standards Committee, which reviews and recommends the building code for the state. He accepted to serve on the residential building seat in August 2017, upon recommendation from the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of CT to the Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services.
The 21-member committee is comprised of stakeholders from various industries, who review and recommend building codes to the Legislative Regulation Review Committee. This process determines the overall set of building codes that are followed by all towns in the state. As a member of the Codes and Standards Committee, Johnny also hears appeals, when proposed building codes are denied by the State Building Inspector or fire marshal’s office.