Rosendin donation allows night practice MCC ballpark
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Rosendin has donated its expertise to install lightning components at Mesa Community College’s softball facility.
Rosendin representatives say the donation gives local softball players access to lighting in the batting cages for the first time in the school’s history, allowing players to practice after dark, according to a press release.
“Rosendin was eager to continue our partnership and bring light to Mesa Community College’s softball facility,” said Christi Sova, Rosendin project manager, in the release. “We look forward to seeing the facility get put to use over the years and further assist players as they perfect their craft without limitations.”
When Rosendin employees discovered the problem, they reached out to Mesa Community College to donate all necessary labor. Rosendin’s team of skilled electricians completed the project in early May, giving local college softball players the ability to utilize the facility during the cooler evening hours.
Earlier this year, Rosendin worked to provide an identical lighting solution to Mesa Community College’s baseball facility. Together, Rosendin and Mesa Community College continued the partnership to provide lighting to Mesa Community College’s softball facility.
Rosendin is a partner in projects across the East Valley, including an $800 million data center in Mesa, semiconductor manufacturing facility in Chandler, as well as schools, government buildings, transportation lines, healthcare facilities and an entertainment facility.
To date, Rosendin has a $4B portfolio of work that includes complex mission-critical data center facilities for some of the largest high-tech, social media, and co-location corporations in the country, the release states.