Our reputation of skill, integrity, and responsibility, combined with the College’s rich, 85-year history of training tomorrow’s leaders, make this partnership so special to all of us here at Hub Steel.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) September 03, 2020
On Wednesday, Suncoast Projects, LLC dba Hub Steel, announced a strategic partnership with Orange Technical College-Westside Campus. This strategic partnership focuses on the college’s welding program and training tomorrow’s manufacturing workers.
John Meacham of Hub Steel, says “we are thrilled to partner with Orange Technical College, one of the most advanced and well-respected leaders in technical education”. Meacham further states “our reputation of skill, integrity and responsibility, combined with the College’s rich, 85-year history of training tomorrow’s leaders, make this partnership so special to all of us here at Hub Steel.”
Orange Technical College’s apprenticeship program provides an atmosphere of unified learning and skills development, through classroom instruction and on-the-job experience, assuring a lifelong earning opportunity to a diverse community.
Vuishnu Persaud, Program Director and Senior Welding Instructor, says “having a partner with the technologically advanced equipment that young apprentices and / or recent graduates have access to at Hub Steel, has been a part of making our welding program the success that it is”. Persuad further states “I would like to personally thank John Meacham and the entire Hub Steel team for their continued partnership with the welding program at Orange Technical College-Westside Campus”.
About Suncoast Project, LLC dba Hub Steel:
Hub Steel is a client driven steel fabricator with a focus on structural steel for commercial projects. Based in Groveland, Florida, the company was founded as a miscellaneous shop for small to mid-sized work. Hub Steel has since grown into a full-sized fabrication shop capable of complex and large projects. Hub Steel enjoys a reputation of skill, integrity, and responsibility. Past projects have included public schools, hotels, fitness centers, mixed use retail, and even art sculptures.