Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Named in the Top Ten

Our hometown, Mount Pleasant, SC, recently received one of the All-America City (AAC) awards, a title that's given to only ten cities across the United States. Each year, the National Civic League selects cities that demonstrate innovation in the areas of improving education, job creation, community revitalization, reduction in crime, work with youth and much more.

Each AAC finalists tells their community story, lists two of their most pressing challenges and three outstanding community projects. This year, we had the privilege of hearing the Town of Mount Pleasant called out in Kansas City!

Great things that are taking place in this incredible town of ours. . . but it's also a reminder of the many opportunities we have to give of our time, gifts and resources. Want to get involved in a great ministry or charity? Here just a few to consider, but there are many more that would love our helping hands and support!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Congrats Dave on Celebrating Your 5th!

Your role as a key player on the Structures team for the past five years remains true as clients regularly attest to your ability to problem solve, communicate clearly, and manage jobs. With candidness and extreme care, you oversee every detail and aspect of the job as if it were your own. Each year the skill and perspective you provide as Project Manager instills confidence and gratitude in our clients’ building process. Thanks for all you do and will continue to do- Congratulations!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Let Freedom Ring

The city of Charleston is known for its preservation and celebration of historical events and society, so why should the 4th of July be any different? Celebrating the anniversary of our nation's independence stretches far beyond Historic Downtown Charleston and far exceeds any sparkling display of loud booms and lights I've ever seen.

The Structures family is thankful for the freedom we have in this country and the freedom to enjoy 4th of July celebrations from many locations in town. The USS Yorktown, located at Patriot's Point, did not disappoint this year by providing great music and a colorful array of bright lights that could only merit genuine "oohs and aahs". If you didn't make it over the bridge to Patriot's Point, you may have seen firework shows light up the beautiful Sullivan's Island or James Island sky. Many found themselves at Joe Riley Stadium, home of the Riverdogs for a fun-filled evening for the whole family! Delighted fans and onlookers definitely enjoyed a nighttime display after the minor league baseball game.

Hopefully you took advantage of the opportunity to feast on hotdogs and spend time with friends and family while enjoying the warm summer night in celebration of independence and freedom on this 4th of July, we sure did!