Cornell Petrisor, founder of Cornell’s Quality Construction, Inc. and Tile & Marble Quality Service, Inc., takes pride in supporting local organizations. Among others, Petrisor contributes to The Millionair Club Charity, which helps people who are homeless find employment. The nonprofit provides meals, as well as eye care and shower and laundry facilities, to those who look for work through its referral service. Cornell Petrisor also contributes to the Washington State Department of Services for the Blind, a government agency with a goal similar to The Millionair Club Charity. Helping people who with visual impairments lead active lives, Department of Services for the Blind provides job assistance and programs for adjusting to sight loss, and offers programs for children as well. Petrisor also helps protect his community by giving to the King County Sheriff’s Office, which has recently faced unfortunate budget cuts. Donations from individuals such as Cornell Petrisor go a long way toward keeping the greater King County area safe. As dedicated to his business as he is to his community, Cornell Petrisor takes a hands-on approach to running his firm from the first phone call. By personally providing an estimate for the job, hand-selecting the material and overseeing all work done until completion, Cornell Petrisor ensures every single aspect of the project is completed according to his high standards. As a testament to the quality of his work, Cornell’s Quality Construction, Inc. earned an A+ ranking from the Better Business Bureau. Cornell Petrisor also won the 2003 Oregon and Washington Better Business Bureau’s American Spirit Award and the Pillar of Strength award. To stay current on industry trends and network with colleagues, Cornell Petrisor is a member of the National Association of Home Builders, and the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. Through his charitable efforts and professional endeavors, Cornell Petrisor works hard to make the greater King County area a better place.