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Corestruction All Decked Out for 2013 Cottages For Kids

December 3, 2013 by SoWal Staff

The Corestruction team of Matt Parenzan and John Giles have created a unique cottage this year for the annual fundraiser, Cottages for Kids, benefiting Children's Volunteer Health Network (CVHN). It's all about kids being outdoors and the deck-themed cottage is open air and lots of fun.    

The team at Corestruction has helped to build cottages in past years, and this marks the 2nd year they've created a cottage on their own. Last year they were the proud builders of the Harry Potter themed Little Hangleton.  

Little Hangleton from Cottages For Kids 2012

Corestruction was founded in 2006 as a licensed Certified General Contractor and Developer based in Grayton Beach. Their services range from high-end custom homes, commercial buildings and tenant improvements, to affordable housing and renovations. Their primary construction area lies along Scenic 30A with current projects in WaterColor, WaterSound Beach and Grayton Beach. 

"We don’t just build things. Anyone can do that. We pride ourselves not only in the buildings we construct, but the way we build them and the relationships that we form. We envision the end from the beginning," says Matt Parenzan. "Our success in building is based on innovation, preparation, proper scheduling, skill, quality and initiative."

Find out more about Corestruction at www.corestruction.com, 850-855-1429.

To learn more about Cottages for Kids and to donate to Children’s Volunteer Health Network, visit www.cottagesforkids.org

Cottages for Kids 2013 event held in Rosemary Beach throughout November was a great success, thanks to Corestruction and all builder teams!

Proceeds from the Cottages for Kids support CVHN’s ongoing efforts to make sure every child in the community has access to the health and dental care they need and deserve.

 

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