“Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them.”
​RUSH Construction, Inc. was featured on the cover of the Summer 2020 issue of SpaceCoast Business magazine:

The advice columnist Ann Landers, who enriched and provided guidance to the World War II generation, once said: “Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them.”
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All successful leaders, especially entrepreneurial leaders, are opportunistic. The ones who do succeed, not once – but over decades – allow for the evolution of their businesses and themselves, adding timely recognition, hard work and due diligence.The best leaders also are not afraid to take risk in seizing opportunity, even when it is disguised as something less significant than “hard work.”

Catch this issue's feature article, " ​The Growth & Diversification of RUSH Construction"!
​"Lunch atop a Skyscraper" photograph (1932) re-imagined on the cover of SpaceCoast Business Magazine. Left to right: Tony Landry, Mike Lapinski, Eduardo Rabel, William Chivers, Bob Dillow, Al Forbes, David Dapore
Jason Hook Photography
An Inside Look: RUSH Marine's Riverfront Promenade Project featured by City of Cocoa Government
Video from City of Cocoa Government's Facebook page.
Located in Cocoa, Florida, RUSH Marine's Riverfront Promenade Project is expected to wrap up at the end of June, and the City of Cocoa has released a video summary offering an inside look at this exciting Brevard County project.
​RUSH Facilities was On-site Assisting Air Force One as it Arrived for Historic Crewed SpaceX Launch
​​RUSH Facilities assisted Air Force One as it arrived at the Shuttle Landing Facility to be a part of the historical crewed launch of SpaceX Falcon 9 Crewed Dragon Demo-2. What a historic moment!
Meet Matt Barnes, Project Engineer at RUSH Construction, Inc.
​A Project Engineer at RUSH Construction since June 2019, Matt Barnes is responsible for assisting in the design phase of medical facility expansions.

With extensive experience in the construction industry, Matt chose to work for RUSH because of its strong reputation in the community and core values of safety, integrity, and quality.

Originally from Southern California, Barnes spent most of the decade prior to joining RUSH traveling around the country building CNG fueling stations. Recently moving to Flori​​da, Matt married his wife, and together they enjoy going to the beach and fishing in their free time.