RUSH Construction, Inc. president, William Chivers, is well known for his eagerness to grow and support his local community of Brevard County. With this reputation, it makes perfect sense that he would offer help when hearing about a local Boy Scouts Troop’s struggle. Troop 360 of Mims was meeting in a 1930’s home donated by Mims United Methodist Church, and the building was in dire need of repairs. Chivers, and all of RUSH Construction, Inc., were quick to help.
Space Coast Living tells the story of how RUSH Construction, Inc., and the Boy Scouts of America worked together to refurbish this 1930’s home into a safe meeting place for the Troop. On one of the days of the refurbishment, the entire RUSH team, as well as RUSH joint-venture partners at LINK Contracting, Inc., came together to attempt having the building ready by Christmas. With the help of Managers, directors, and other team members…they did just that.
“This Scout house will be used by Boy Scout Troop 360 and it’s related Webelos and Cub Scout Packs, all sponsored by Mims United Methodist Church, as a place to hold their weekly meetings,” explained George Mikitarian, President and CEO of Parrish Medical Center and proud parent of a Scout. “These meetings are where the adult leaders work with the scouts to improve their leadership abilities so that they may become productive members of our community”
With the helping hand of so many community members, this building is a reminder that great things can be accomplished when a community comes together. To learn more about Troop 360’s building renovation, read the whole article in SpaceCoast Living Magazine.