Adaptive Construction Solutions Joins!

Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc. (ACS) is a Service-Connected Disabled Veteran owned and staffed company. They recruit, train and integrate Veterans into selected industries. Their focus is on presenting exciting, yet stable careers that provide security for the Veterans and their families. Their multifaceted services provide innovative methods to assist businesses with labor shortages and workforce development. What is similar amongst every member of the ACS team is a focus on providing opportunities for Veterans who seek to earn their own success as they transition out of the military.

Adaptive Construction Solutions provides innovative workforce development solutions by leveraging the experience and competence of Veterans from the US Armed Forces. ACS operates a registered group non joint apprenticeship for ironworking. The program is credentialed by NCCER and approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Currently, ACS is focused on providing opportunities to transitioning Service Members and the Veteran community. Eligible Veterans are authorized to utilize their GI Bill benefits to receive a monthly housing allowance in addition to their competitive wages. The combination of income provides journey level compensation during the apprenticeship. The Texas Gulf Coast Workforce Board and its affiliate, Workforce Solutions has provided ACS guidance and resources. The collaborative effort has created opportunities for hundreds of Veterans in the region.

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