Veteran Owned Firm Grateful for Memorial Day and National Military Appreciation Month
Veteran Jerry Shoemaker is the President and CEO of RHSI, bringing the leadership gained from his military background to our well established engineering firm.
As a Veteran-owned company, we have provided various services such as Design and Construction Management as well as A/E Services for the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Hospital and the Kerrville Veterans Hospital in Texas. Through our years of experience, we are proud to provide quality work for our Veterans. Our Department of Veteran Affairs projects are highlighted at www.rhsitx.com, under the Portfolio/Projects tab.
Mr. Shoemaker's 23 year career with the U.S. Navy includes being a Civil Engineer Corp Officer as well as a Certified Acquisition Professional and Contracting Officer with the U.S. Navy & Department of Defense.
Jerry's affiliations include the Society of American Military Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineering Advisory Council for the College of Engineering at TX A&M-Kingsville, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, and the Institute of Supply Management.
During National Military Appreciation Month honoring all of our service members, as well as the solemn Memorial Day honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice, we salute everyone who has served. As a Veteran-owned firm, we hold the military close to our hearts.
Posted by Laura Alcott on 31st May, 2016 | Comments | Trackbacks
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