Laguna Beach, CA: Deconstruction & ReUse Network, Inc. (DRN) is thrilled to announce Rudy Carrasco has joined the organization as a project manager in its San Francisco region. DRN is an environmental and social benefit 501(c)(3) dedicated to promoting and empowering deconstruction practices and the reuse of quality building materials through collaboration.
In his role as project manager, Rudy Carrasco will assist property owners with planning and oversight of their projects, while networking with local organizations and municipalities to expand awareness of DRN’s services throughout the San Francisco area.
“Rudy brings valuable experience with building materials and construction management to our team,” said Lorenz Schilling, president of DRN. “He also understands the powerful impact the practice of reuse can have in the community. I am confident his enthusiasm and passion will serve our clients well and help us grow in the Bay Area.”
DRN has representatives throughout California that provide deconstruction and reuse solutions for property owners and work with city leaders and building industry professionals to facilitate reuse of donated surplus salvage. Additionally, the DRN team develops community outreach programs and oversees local marketing efforts to expand awareness for the organization and the ReUse industry at large.
DRN facilitates charitable reuse of surplus property and building materials through partnerships with many Habitat for Humanity affiliates throughout California, and the Baja California community building organization, Corazón.
About Deconstruction & ReUse Network:
Deconstruction & ReUse Network is an environmental and social benefit corporation 501(c)(3), whose mission is to promote and empower deconstruction practices and to grow a greater reuse network for quality building materials through partnerships with complimentary operations and organizations. Deconstruction & ReUse Network currently serves Northern and Southern California with partnerships that benefit Habitat for Humanity and Corazon. More at www.reusenetwork.org
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