Americans Celebrating Construction Appreciation Week Lessard Builders Proud to Celebrate 1st Annual Construction Appreciation Week
Construction Appreciation Week
You see these people in highlighter colored vests working on our highways. You see them in your neighborhood or down the street working on new homes. They’re responsible for the skyscrapers in our cities, our national infrastructure and many comforts of our everyday lives. You these people working outside on the hottest days of summer and the most frigid of winter. So who are we alluding to? The men and women who have made a career in the construction industry!
Please join us this week in celebration and appreciation of the men, women and companies nationwide in the American construction industry. We’d like to take this moment to say #ThanksForBuilding to the men and women who work as part of the construction industry.
Some Dream, Others Build
The American construction industry has existed as a backbone of American society since the very earliest settlers arrived. In our nation’s infancy it was these hard working people who labored to transform America from a large wooded forest into a civilized, organized country. Today most work done by the Construction industry occurs ‘behind the scenes’, yet the industry’s presence is something we feel throughout America. Construction workers are responsible for building us better highways and hospitals, new homes, our workplaces and schools. The construction industry may not be glamorous, but the men and women who work in construction make an impact through their work that reaches far beyond the job site.
Building homes and businesses is our Lessard family heritage and construction has been our family trade for four generations. We swing our hammers, sketch out custom home plans and work on the construction site with a smile each day. The Construction industry has given Lessard Builders a way to help hundreds of families and to also revitalize the Delaware communities where we work and live. Therefore we are forever grateful for the construction industry and for the skilled men and women who work in construction across America. To all our construction brethren and sisters, we appreciate your hard work every single day. Thank you!
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