HICKSVILLE, N.Y. – Long Island-based Godsell Construction Corporation has been donating equipment and building materials to help residents of Rockaway and Seagate recover from Hurricane Sandy.
“Employees from the area told us that their neighbors needed help,” explains company president Arthur Godsell. His firm sent trucks to deliver generators, space heaters, and building materials.
The homeowners will receive additional support as they begin reconstruction, according to Mr. Godsell. He notes that the bulk of the work will probably start in the spring as insurance payments arrive and the weather warms up. “People needed help and we were, thankfully, in a position to give it,” he says.
Godsell Construction Corporation performs construction and renovation work, operating in the New York metropolitan area since 1968. Projects include office space, showrooms, hospitals, medical facilities, nursing homes, and retail complexes.
Based in Hicksville, Long Island, Godsell Construction Corporation is a union carpentry contractor, employing approximately 75 workers. Among its well-known clients are Cushman & Wakefield, Tishman Speyer, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, Winthrop Hospital, Rockefeller Center, and many of the larger general contractors in the New York metropolitan area.
For more information, contact Arthur Godsell at (516) 939-0280, or firstname.lastname@example.org.