Masters Construction and Development’s involvement in the Community
Since the inception of Masters Construction and Development in 2005, Rock Angell, Bruce Jonas and the Masters Construction Team, have made giving back to the community a cornerstone on which the company is built.
Team members are encouraged to introduce social causes in which they would like to make an impact, through monetary contributions, fund raising, or direct participation, and the team then works together to achieve those goals.
Left to right: Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, SOT Director Joe Anania, VP and Director Bruce Jonas, Governor Charlie Christ, SOT Chairman Martin Boire, Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Charles H. Bronson, Director of another Nonprofit Group, and CFO Alex Sink.
At the core of Masters corporate philosophy is the principle that the success of an organization is directly related to its ability to “give back”.
Daytona 500 Nascar race where Support Our Troops was one of the organizations that benefited from Nascar Sponsorship.
Masters Construction is a proud sponsor of “Real Estate Lives”, (REL), with Bruce Jonas and Tara Harris serving on the Board. The mission of REL is to help Hillsborough County’s real estate and related professionals rebound and rebuild their lives through emotional support, industry training, networking opportunities, and a specialized online job board.
Bruce Jonas provides great insight at a commercial real-estate industry meeting in September, 2013.
Masters Construction and Development is also a member of the following professional organizations within the community: BOMA, CREW, C12, FCGAR, Lifework Leadership, NAIOP, REIC, USGBC, FCA and Tampa Chamber of Commerce
There is no question that Masters Construction cares about Tampa Bay.
Several members of our team are Tampa natives, and many have children that will inherit what we all leave behind.
By infusing Master’s cooperative team spirit outward into the community, it is our hope that what we leave behind will benefit the next generation and reflect positively on our organization’s culture.