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also participates in multiple capacities in projects across the nation. Glover couldn’t pass up the unique opportuni- ty to serve those who protect “faith, family and freedom.”


“Our company’s leadership had been contemplating in- creasing our construction management efforts. Then we received an email from Charles that said, ‘Hey, I have a project that I want you to look at.’ We had worked togeth- er several times before, so we were excited to hear him out—and I’m very glad that we did!” says Glover. “At our company, we rely on four guiding principles that we refer to as C4—calling, character, capability and commission- ing—to align the right people with the right projects. This project’s higher purpose is clearly the right fit for us.”


Charles Crowder, President and Owner of CEC Construction Management & Estimating Services, based in Irving, Texas.


One of the developer’s primary focuses for this project is sustainability; therefore, many existing elements in the ex- isting facility will be reused or repurposed. Glover adds: “As we move forward, the environmental impact is paramount. A project of this magnitude lends itself to multiple oppor- tunities to recycle and repurpose existing onsite construc- tion materials, a prime example of which is regrinding the removed concrete masonry unity blocks and using it as base material for walking and jogging trails.”


This collaborative effort also includes research and net- working assistance from community and faith-based or- ganizations, nonprofits, government agencies, service- related individuals and businesses, politicians, and even local citizens.


A DEVELOPER’S CRITICAL DECISION


The Greensburg Veterans Sunrise Center Project involves repurposing an existing three-story, 300,000-square-foot medium-security facility into a rehabilitation campus that caters to the immediate needs of veterans as they re- acclimate to civilian lifestyles.


John Glover, Senior Vice President of Alliance Construction Management, based in Las Colinas, Irving, Texas.


Built in 1969, the building (formerly the State Correctional Institution – Greensburg) is located in the Hempfield Township in Westmoreland County, about five miles south of downtown Greensburg. The correctional facility closed in June 2013 due to state funding issues. Goldsmith, who owned a steam energy plant at the location, did not want to see his investment go to waste. So, he purchased the 96-acre site in July 2015, and then spent the next several


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