Ft. Myers-based Tri-Town Construction LLC says it has established Tri-Town Trust, a fund that will support nonprofits in Southwest Florida, with the Community Foundation of Southwest Florida. The initial trust donation is being made to Hope Clubhouse for the gardens it is installing at elementary schools for students with mental illness.
Recent company donations include the Bonita Historical Society, to which Tri-Town donated the labor for a new roof, and Habitat for Humanity, to which Tri-Town donated five roofs. The company sponsors nonprofit events throughout the year and regularly donates goods and services to children in need.
Going forward, the remodeling, roofing and emergency services contracto will focus on supporting nonprofits serving children’s needs and environmental organizations, the contractor says in a statement.
Founder and owner Marc Devisse, working from a home office with a staff of three, established the company in 2006 and now employs a work force of more than 40 people. The company’s Fort Myers headquarters recently doubled its space on Alico Commerce Drive to 4,000 sq. ft. The company has also increased its fleet of vehicles.