Homestead's Seminole Theatre: A Little Project with a Whole Lot of Heart!
"A little project with a whole lot of heart!" That's how Kristina Sosa, Project Engineer, described the challenges of Homestead's Seminole Theatre restoration on the occasion of its grand reopening last week.
Thanks to the MCM team's dedication, the complete restoration of this local cultural treasure was completed after only seven months of construction! Many sleepless nights and the Herculean efforts of our MCMers Juan Campos, Wayne Smith, John Jackson, Joshua Yates, Glenda Secola, Arezki Djerroud and Kristina ensured the historic theater was ready for the highly-anticipated ceremony. In addition, the team's hard work, along with the commitment of all our sub-contractors, earned us widespread recognition from Homestead City Officials.
"MCM and Jorge Munilla are awesome!" exclaimed Homestead's Mayor Jeffrey Porter. "Pat yourselves on the back; this is a great theater." Vice-Mayor Steve Shelley also publicly thanked MCM for "working tirelessly to fulfill the Mayor's promise to the Homestead people."
As all Homestead residents were invited to participate, the ceremony was very heartfelt, with locals recounting their good old days at the theater, originally built in 1921. The festivities continued well into the entertainment-filled evening, which included acrobats, fire-breathers, hula hoop artists and lots of bright neon colors.
We congratulate our Seminole Theatre Team on another happy client and a job well done!
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