Cove Electric was able to be a part of the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission’s new building, which began in 2007, and has given CVRM a fresh start as well.
The Coachella Valley Rescue Mission has expanded to house 150 men, women and children. A larger dining room and kitchen allows the space necessary for the ministry of our 2 daily public meals and food boxes that we distribute to families in need.
The old building was over 75 years old, difficult to maintain and filled to capacity. The property across the street (Manila) is paid in full due to the generosity of valley donors. The campus includes classrooms, counseling rooms, a computer lab and larger kitchen and dining facilities. The Men’s and Women and Family Shelters are also expanded and continue to help those in need with a bed and encouragement to take the steps necessary to end the cycle of homelessness.
Cove Electric utilized lighting designs provided by the architect and engineer to install the best lighting, telecommunication equipment, and electrical systems available that were conducive for the CVRM. This was a very rewarding project.