5 Ways to Celebrate National Construction Appreciation Week

Tomorrow is the first day of National Construction Appreciation Week. During National Construction Appreciation Week, which runs from September 16-20, 2019, we will be “celebrating the people who build America!” As specialists in hardscape design and retaining walls in Massachusetts, we know all about working hard to help build America at MAX13 Construction. That’s why we would like to provide you with some ideas for ways that you can celebrate the men and women who work in this field. 

National Construction Appreciation Week is sponsored by I Build America, a movement founded in 2016 by HCSS CEO Mike Rydin. The campaign aims to tell the story of construction workers, build pride, educate the public, and recruit the next generation of construction workers. This year is the second year that America is celebrating National Construction Appreciation Week.

There are more than 11 million hardworking men and women who work to build America every day. The work they do impacts the lives of every single American in a positive way every day. From the roads you drive on to the house you live in, a construction worker has created something to make your life easier.

Five Ways to Thank a Construction Worker

Would you like to show some appreciation to construction workers for the hard work they do this week? Here are five ideas for you to use!

  1. Shout out thanks on social media to a construction worker/company that has influenced your life. Make sure to tag them, so they see it. This will make the day of the person you are thanking. It could also bring them new business when your connections see how much you appreciate them.
  2. Give out gift cards to local coffee shops because construction workers wake up too early.
  3. Just say, thank you. Find a construction worker on your way to work or while you’re out running errands and thank them for the work that they do. For a profession that often feels undervalued, a simple thank you can go a long way.
  4. Surprise some workers with freshly baked treats. Do you pass by a construction project on your way home in the afternoon? Bake some cookies and plan to stop and offer them as a sign of appreciation for all they do.
  5. See if you can pay it forward. Ask a worker at a local restaurant or store if you can pay for something that they can offer to a construction worker when they come in.

Has the team at MAX13 Construction created a hardscape design or done other work for you that you love? We would love to have you shout out your thanks and tag us on social media in honor of National Construction Appreciation Week. It would mean the world to us!


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