Its always a pleasure to get the opportunity to help the Veteran Community in Colorado Springs! Today was no different as our Owner/CEO, Matt Greene, served on the industry panel for a Veteran Outreach event put on by the Pikes Peak Post of the Society of American Military Engineers and the Mt. [...]Read more S.A.M.E. & Mt. Carmel Veteran Outreach
Josh Curtis is a former Air Force NCO that joined the MAVericks team a couple months ago thanks to the help from the Pikes Peak Workforce Center and getting vets hired in Colorado Springs. Since joining the team Josh has been instrumental in a handful of projects from commercial concrete work [...]Read more Josh Curtis stepping up to the MAVericks mission
Walter Brower, local citizen and decorated military veteran of three wars (WWII, Korea, Vietnam), passed away on July 11, 2018, at the young age of 98. His darling wife, Margaret, recently reached out to MAVericks to see if we might be interested in inheriting some of Walt’s old [...]Read more Local Vet’s Legacy Continues to “Build”…
It is truly a community effort to help our veterans in the Colorado Springs area. A huge thank you to Josh Osborne with Colorado Springs Fence Company for braving the snow and giving fence training to one of our dedicated veterans, David Wintermute. THANK YOU JOSH!!Read more Thank You to Josh Osborne with the Colorado Springs Fence Company!
Thanks to AWI, our most recent hire, David Wintermute, is currently installing a chain link security fence at a Navy installation in the midwest with one of our Air Force vets, Scott Heberling. This is our first military sub-contract through Tribal One, and we hope to perform many more!Read more MAVericks’s 1st Commercial Fence Installation!
Wow! Completely humbled…and beyond excited…for MAVericks to be selected for this year’s American Warrior Initiative (AWI) in Colorado Springs. Over $50,000 raised for us to train & equip more military vets so they can get on their feet and continue their service. [...]Read more $50,000 Award from the American Warrior Initiative