A Message from DJ Construction’s President
Construction work is a year-round process; ask our field guys about working during the winter months, and you’re likely to hear groans about the cold alongside gratitude for the work. Still, no one is happier than our crews to see signs of spring.
This spring, we’re wrapping up a number of highly satisfying projects. Among them are three sizable church projects that began over a year ago. Clinton Frame in Goshen, Harvest Bible Chapel in Granger, and Twin City Baptist in Mishawaka all were able to open their doors to bigger crowds by Easter. More people translates into more Gospel-sharing, and we’re excitedabout that.
Speaking of highly satisfying work, 26-year employee JC Schrock shares where the Hawks Arts & Enterprise project stands on his personal continuum of rewarding projects. He walked through the Hawks building 10 years ago and saw its potential. His vision is realized today.
You might have read The Elkhart Truth article about our sponsoring Bob Lupton to speak to our local churches and agencies about healthy charity. Lupton is an author, speaker, and community developer whose message continues to resonate with those involved in charity work. If you attended, we trust you found this time meaningful.
As you read through the remainder of the newsletter you’ll find out what our Service Group, led by Robb Huber, has been up to. Bob Schrock, DJ’s CEO and fearless leader, receives a distinguished honor from his Alma Mater, Purdue University School of Civil Engineering. And you’ll find a link to Lead Michiana, a half-day leadership event featuring John Maxwell.
Happy Spring, from all of us at DJ Construction.