M Luis Construction was honored to support Warrior Canine Connection by donating the placement of approximately 200 tons of asphalt and millings at their national headquarters in beautiful Boyds, Maryland. Set on 80 acres of scenic farmland in Montgomery County, WCC Healing Quarters was in need of road repair and drainage solutions so that heavy rains would no longer cut off the flagship training center from staff, clients, and volunteers.

Warrior Canine Connection is a non-profit organization that helps active-duty service members and veterans reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other, utilizing a Mission Based Trauma Recovery model. Active service members and veterans interact with dogs from birth through adulthood, training these dogs to act as highly skilled assistance dogs for fellow veterans. Warrior Trainers benefit from the animal-human connection, while veterans receive the support that a service dog can provide.

M Luis partnered with Corman Kokosing on the project in the fall of 2020. During significant storms, access to the facility would be cut off due to flooding. The work performed eliminated a drainage problem along the driveway to the facility. A pipe, roadway crossing (outlet), and rip-rap ditch were constructed by Corman Kokosing. M Luis graded the roadway to direct the flow towards the new ditch and paved the roadway for a smooth ride into WCC Healing Quarters.

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About Warrior Canine Connection
Warrior Canine Connection is a pioneering organization that utilizes a Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR) model to help recovering Warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other.