LA FERIA, Texas – The Texas Workforce Commission is to recognize Noble Texas Builders for having military veterans comprise at least ten percent of its workforce.

A “We Hire Vets” ceremony will be held at the Noble headquarters in La Feria on Thursday, March 31. Aaron Demerson, the TWC commissioner representing employers, and Charles Catoe, director of program operations at the Texas Veterans Commission, are slated to attend the ceremony.

Under the TWC program, employers whose workforce is composed of at least ten percent military veterans are eligible to receive a “We Hire Vets” employer recognition and decal.

Rene Capistran, president and CEO of Noble Texas Builders, is a military veteran.

“In keeping with our diversity and inclusion strategy, the hiring of our military veterans is a key component to our company’s long term sustainability,” Capistran told the Rio Grande Guardian International News Service.

“Veteran men and women provide an experience that is often hard to find in today’s workforce. Thanks to Texas Workforce Commission and the Texas Veterans Commission, we are able to highlight this effective practice.”

Capistran said Noble is honored to receive the Texas Workforce Commission’s “We Hire Vets” recognition. 

“Hiring Veterans is integral to our company culture, and as a veteran of the US Navy, I know how important it is to provide opportunities to those who have dutifully served our country,” Capistran said.

“We are incredibly proud of our US Veteran team members who bring skills of leadership and teamwork to every project. They understand how to pursue goals, make timely decisions in the field, and strategize building solutions for our clients.”

Another military veteran associated with Texas Noble Builders is economic development consultant Mario Lozoya. 

“Texas Workforce Commission, along with Texas Veterans Commission, have a program where businesses are recognized if and when their workforce is composed of at least ten military veterans,” Lozoya told the Rio Grande Guardian International News Service.  

“Noble Texas Builders is being recognized as a military friendly company as we have met the minimum of ten percent military veteran hire. Our veterans are a key component to our sustainability plan. We are honored to have so many friends joining us for this prestigious designation.”

Noble Texas Builders was established in 2015 in the Rio Grande Valley and is headquartered in La Feria, Texas. The company provides general contracting, design-build, construction management, facility maintenance, and development services. 

Capistran said its services are designed to exceed the expectations of our clients. For more information, visit https://nobletx.net/ or call 956-277-0708.

The Texas Workforce Commission is a state agency whose aim is to help Texas employers, workers, and communities prosper economically. For details on TWC and the services it offers in coordination with its network of local workforce development boards, call 512-463-8942 or visit www.texasworkforce.org

Editor’s Note: For more information on the “We Hire Vets” program, visit texasworkforce.org/texas-operation-welcome-home.


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