Repairs have begun at the Cayman AIDS Foundation office after the building was recently flooded out from a broken toilet pipe.
Lucxela Contracting Services lent a helping hand to the AIDS Foundation, laying out tiles to replace the flood-destroyed wooden floors.
Mr. Smith said he is grateful for the community support and for the help offered by the contractors.
“I got to give thanks to that and also for other companies that reached out and donated things that was needed as well so special thanks go out to everyone that got involved in helping us out,” Mr. Smith said.
The building for the non-for- profit organisation was not insured and as such Mr. Smith said he is grateful of the assistance of the contractor in helping with repairs despite the budget.
Interior builder Yianni Georgakopoulos said the importance of the foundation to the community sparked his interest in getting on board with the repairs.
“We understand how important this foundation is for the community and the work they do and not having an office is obviously difficult for them so we’re just trying to get them up and running,” Mr. Georgakopoulos said.
The Cayman AIDS Foundation is still seeking donations to help with other repairs and Mr. Smith said the computers that were destroyed in the flood will be replaced.