Deepening its commitment to the region’s economic vitality, Mid Hudson Construction Management (MHCM) has officially joined the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation’s (HVEDC) Board of Directors. MHCM’s Scott Travis, vice president and COO, will represent the business in this prestigious appointment.
“MHCM has a long history within our region,” said HVEDC President & CEO Michael Oates. “We’re looking forward to having Scott actively involved in the HVEDC and to collaborating with him to move the right developments forward and in a way that contributes to economic vitality in the seven counties our organization touches.”
With more than 20 years in business, MHCM has developed some of the most preeminent projects in the Hudson Valley. From Abilities First to Our Lady of Lourdes High School, as well as the newly revamped Firehouse Lofts and Hudson Valley Hospice, MHCM’s dynamic portfolio covers a wide range of projects. But at the heart of each lies the same objective: to better the community it serves and the lives of those who live there.
“As a family-owned business, we greatly value the power of teamwork,” said Travis. “As our projects and impact in the region has grown, we want to grow our community involvement as well.”
The announcement comes on the heels of MHCM joining the Orange County Partnership (OCP), the center for economic development in Orange County. As members of the OCP, MHCM will look to continue deepening its roots in Orange County.