TRUCKEE, Calif. - McEneaney Construction is the business behind the High Fives Foundation CR Johnson Healing Center. For the last two years, Brian and Kevin McEneaney have donated their time and skilled craftsmanship to the High Fives Foundation. McEneaney Construction has donated endless hours building saunas, conference tables, workspaces, installing athletic equipment and much more to make the CR Johnson Healing Center a place where disabled athletes may rehabilitate. -
"We live in a small community and we believe in helping where we can. High Fives has an important mission and we want to see them succeed," said Brian McEneaney, an owner of McEneaney Construction. "I see the athletes that come to the Healing Center and how much it helps them."-
McEneaney Construction started helping the High Fives Foundation in the fall of 2010 when owner Brian McEneaney met Roy Tuscany, president of High Fives, through a mutual friend. Most recently McEneaney Construction completed a 1,500-square foot expansion of the Healing Center increasing the space for High Fives clients and the community.-
"We are so lucky to live in this community of Tahoe that has embedded the concept of helping out your friends and neighbors. The work, time, and effort donated from Kevin and Brian is truly priceless as they have helped us transform our ideas of the perfect healing center into a facility that is real. High Fives is so lucky to receive the support from McEneaney Construction," said Tuscany.
McEneaney Construction is a family-owned, general contracting firm with more than 20 years of experience in residential and commercial construction including building custom homes, commercial buildings and remodels.-
McEneaney Construction is currently building Kelly Brothers Painting commercial facilities. For more information visit www.mceneaneyconstruction.com or call Kevin McEneaney at 530-386-7742 or Brian McEneaney at 530-386-7743.
High Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based 501.c.3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community. Formed as a way to "pay-it-forward" by the founder from his own recovery to help injured athletes, the Foundation has helped 34 athletes to date since its inception in 2009. Visit visitwww.highfivesfoundation.org.