Wurster Construction was invited, through Hendricks Regional Health, to participate with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to fulfill a wish for a Hendricks County teenager who suffers from cancer. The Brownsburg teen was diagnosed with a tumor on his spinal cord about two years ago.
Several businesses including LIDS, Wurster Construction and BSA LifeStructures donated their time, talent and services to make this specially designed half court that was constructed with a surface that will minimize the stress. Ben Imel was the Wurster construction Project Manager and he worked tirelessly after hours and on weekends to encourage trade contactors to donate time materials and labor to construct the court and an extensice sidewalk required by the neighborhood association. Wurster Construction is proud of Ben Imel for his “above-and-beyond” efforts. Ben truly represented the “Wurster Way” values of Honesty, Integrity and Commitment to the Copeland family and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Subcontractors who donated their time and materials include Weihe Engineers, Concrete Connection, Inc., Brandt Construction, Swinney Brothers Excavating, Inc., Ray’s Trash Service, IMI and Runyon Rental.