At Hirschi Masonry we live by the philosophy “Expect More”.
Expect More doesn’t merely guide how we treat our customers. It also describes our commitment to the communities our team members live and work in.
As part of our commitment to the community, Hirschi Masonry and our team members support organizations, projects and causes that do outstanding work to make our community a better place to live.
Over the years our team has participated in a variety of different charitable and community service projects.
Recently, our team members performed fantastic work in helping to build the Nevada State Veterans Memorial on the grounds of the Grant Sawyer Building. This is a world-class monument to the brave men and women who serve and have served our nation – to help protect it and keep it free.
The work of our team was recognized by Nevada’s Governor Brian Sandoval and Lt. Governor Mark Hutchison during ceremonies at the site.
One unique and very gratifying aspect of this particular project was the teamwork it entailed and the sense of community it engendered. Multiple contractors worked on the same scope of work, including the masonry work.
At times, our team members worked side-by-side with workers from other masonry contractors. Lt. Gov. Hutchison even noted during his speech that the various contractors and their employees put aside the competitive differences in order to make this project the best it could possibly be for our veterans.
The expansion of the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth’s Drop-in Center was another project in which Hirschi Masonry team members’ work played a vital role. This facility is helping homeless youth to get a much better start on life.
In addition to these and many, many other community service projects, Hirschi Masonry also assists organizations like HomeAid Southern Nevada, Project 150, Vogel Alcove, scouting and many others with all of the great work they do in the community.
It is because of the success that results from the efforts of the Hirschi Masonry team members that allows us to carry out that commitment to the community.
All members of the Hirschi Masonry team can have the satisfaction of knowing that the work they do is helping needy children, the homeless and others in our community who need a hand up or a fresh start.