Starting out in the Marine Corps, Chuck was attached to the 2nd SRIG Engineering Battalion where he acquired the skills to manage and maintain construction projects. His passion for the field allowed him to be promoted three times while in service. While maintaining the work ethics developed on the family farm, he was rewarded by taking those skills to many other countries throughout the globe including Japan, Norway, Belize and Germany.
After the Marine Corps, Chuck wanted to better develop his skills in construction and pursue it as a fulltime career. While maintaining a full time status as student and employee, he acquired a degree in Architectural Engineering Technology from ITT Technical Institute and Construction Technology from Purdue University (via IUPUI).
Chuck's accumulative education and strong passion for construction is proven by the many success stories of commercial projects he has built all over the state of Indiana. His maintenance background gives him the foresight to develop projects that will be cost effective and maintainable for the lifecycle of the project.
In an effort to improve and share his passion of construction, Chuck has participated in many construction-related actives such as Habitat for Humanity, The American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE), and continuously volunteers for construction improvements ministries with Grace Missionary Church in Camby, Indiana.
The same honesty and integrity that has contributed to many of his construction successes has also graced him with a wonderful wife and two young children. His family, native “Hoosiers”, also enjoys traveling in their spare time.