Taitem in the Community

Taitem is a Corporate Sponsor and fields a team each year for the AIDs Ride for Life around Cayuga Lake.

Our employees support the United Way each year with donations and volunteers. Here at the annual Day of Action.

Ithaca’s Architecture 2030 District, working to create a groundbreaking high-performance building district. Taitem’s Ithaca offices are part of this movement.

We learn and give back with this group of local employers and leaders dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion and sharing best practices in the workplace.

As one of 650 Chamber members, Taitem helps support our thriving local economy and networks across the business community. Here with Chamber President, Jennifer Tavares.

Taitem was ranked third for our size in CNY’s Best Places to Work 2015.

Mainstage sponsor in partnership with HOLT Architects and TG Miller PC, we enjoy the great shows each season.

A weekend full of music, art and fun. Taitem participates and marches in the Ithaca Fest Parade every June.

Over the years, our work has been published in the ASHRAE Journal including, Energy Audits, Improvements In Small Office Buildings.

Our tough turtle team takes on Ithaca’s original adventure obstacle course race each year.

In addition to various sponsorships over the years, Taitem participated in the AIA Design Firm Crawl in Ithaca, October 2016.

The Cancer Resource Center is here so that no one has to face cancer alone. Our team supports their mission each year their 5K walk/run.

With over 100 active members, Trumansburg Chamber of Commerce helps strengthen businesses in the community.

Our electric vehicle charging station, at our Albany St. location, is open to the public

Taitem supports our riders on the Cornell Cooperative Extension – Bike to Work Day. Ithaca Journal captured a photo of Jan biking to Taitem that day. Jan bikes in daily, as do several Taitem employees. Photo Credit: Ithaca Voice

Here’s President Lou Vogel joining the Sustainability Center Parade on trumpet. June 9th, 2016

Taitem wears red in honor of Women’s Day March. March 8th, 2017

Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers was named in honor of current Ithaca resident Dorothy Cotton, a civil rights pioneer. Taitem supports their community events.

Taitem participates each year in the Peter De Mott Peace Trot. Photo Credit: Ithaca Journal