Case Study

USO South Texas


Yearly since 2012, Rosendin Electric has partnered with the USO South Texas in hosting an annual golf tournament which helps raise funds for the USO South Texas Chapter in Corpus Christi. This year’s event was held at the North Shore Country Club in Portland, Texas, on October 3rd.

Over twenty golf teams participated and included many Rosendin Electric customers, colleagues, vendors, and employees contributing to the event’s success. Sponsorships collected also provide for active military personnel and veterans to participate in the golf event. For the 3rd year in a row, funds raised from the golf tournament cleared over $10,000 for the USO South Texas Chapter.

As part of its work and contributions to the USO South Texas, Rosendin Electric was invited to attend the USO’s ‘Stars on the Water’ event held on October 2nd in Corpus Christi. The event was held on the USS Lexington which is docked in the Corpus Christi Bay, and included a steak and lobster dinner, music, silent auction, and fashion show. Many local and state-elected officials and major corporations were in attendance. The event raised more than $63,000 for the USO South Texas Chapter. Rosendin Electric, along with several other major corporate sponsors, were recognized by the USO at the event for their support and contributions made in 2013. The USO South Texas has again invited Rosendin Electric to attend next year’s ‘Stars on the Water’ event due to the Company’s continued efforts from this past year.

More About the USO

Monies raised for the USO help provide for vital programs and services to support the troops and their families. The USO operates more than 160 USO Centers at airports, on military bases, and in combat zones around the world. To meet the changing needs of today’s military, the USO continues to evolve and expand their program offerings for wounded, ill, and injured troops, as well as their families and caregivers, including the families of the fallen.

As a charitable organization, they are dependent upon the generosity of individual and corporate donors and more than 16,000 volunteers worldwide to demonstrate America’s appreciation for the service and sacrifice of the brave men and women of our armed forces.

The project was a tremendous success for Hensel Phelps, due largely to key team partners like Rosendin Electric. They were a pleasure to work with and their can-do approach was an asset, particularly to the Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) process. I look forward to working with Rosendin Electric in the future and I am confident their team will deliver a great experience.
— Thai Nguyen, LEED® AP, Director, Virtual Design & Construction, Hensel Phelps