2014: A Year in Review

2014 was a year of big changes for Rebuild Nation. With a new year on the horizon, it’s time to reflect on where we’ve been, what we’ve accomplished, and what the future holds. I’m so proud of the team we’ve assembled and I’m confident that we will continue to develop our skills and grow as a company.

A while back we made the decision to move our headquarters from a humble office in Royal Oak to a space in Detroit. Our office is in North Midtown, across from the Fisher Building. The interior is still a work in progress; each week we add something new (or old, in the case of our vintage whiskey barrel). It’s a true reflection of our company: modern, creative, unique, and full of life.

It has been an absolute joy to be a part of the Detroit community. The residents and business owners have a bottomless passion for building, rebuilding, and celebrating our great city. I live downtown, so I see firsthand the incredible progress this city is making every day.

In addition to relocating, we also doubled our staff this year. Each new hire brought us a diverse array of experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm for the work we do. We’re a tight-knit group, and I feel so lucky that I get to come into our office every day and work with people whom I respect and admire.

Looking ahead, 2015 is going to be a year of progress and expansion. Late this year we launched a marketing strategy that we hope will add even more valued clients and staff to our roster. We also look forward to getting even more involved in the ever-growing Midtown business community.

On behalf of all of us here at Rebuild Nation, I want to thank everyone who has contributed to our success this year. We hope that this holiday season brings you and your loved ones great joy and you find your own successes in the new year.


All the best,

Josh Gershonowicz
Rebuild Nation