Impact Services Corporation
Rodriguez is proud to team with the Project User, Impact Services, for the Rebuild Philadelphia initiative. To be qualified as a Project User, Philadelphia-based nonprofits were required to meet specific criteria, including successful design and construction of projects totaling at least $ 1 million, experience working with communities, and demonstration of Rebuild's commitment to diversity and inclusion, among others. We are proud to work hand in hand with Impact Services to make a difference in our community. Learn more about the Rebuild opportunities we are currently pursuing.
Rodriguez has been a user of Zoho technology since our inception in 2007. Our entire operation from human resources to customer relationship management to project management is run utilizing Zoho technology. For this reason, Rodriguez is now a Zoho Business Partner. We believe that, in order to make the best informed decisions, an organization must be able to effectively and efficiently organize and analyze data. We also believe that you do not have to spend a fortune to manage data and information. Zoho is a privately held company that focuses on delivering cost-effective solutions without the need to waste money on Super Bowl ads. Zoho's commitment to its clients and employees is in perfect alignment with Rodriguez's mission. We look forward to helping our clients use Zoho software to run their operations.
Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
(GPHCC) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting the advancement and economic growth of Hispanic businesses and professionals in the greater Philadelphia region. We accomplish this through educational programs, and a broad range of services and special events. The GPHCC proactively serves a diverse membership—consisting of entrepreneurs, Latino businesses, Latino professionals, corporations and government—with the overriding goal of helping these critical constituencies capitalize on the many opportunities their diversity, enhanced by our Latino multicultural mix, offers.
Sustainable Business Network
SBN’s mission is to build a just, green, and thriving economy in the Greater Philadelphia region. We accomplish this by educating and growing a broad base of local, independent businesses and educating policymakers and the public. For the Greater Philadelphia region, SBN wants to be an effective resource for dynamic, independent, locally-owned businesses that are committed to improving their environmental and social impacts as well as their profitability.
The Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners is a priority initiative of SBN working to advance the local GSI industry, innovation, and the local economy as it relates to GSI. Members include locally-based engineering firms; landscape design, build, and maintenance firms; and material suppliers whose services and products pertain to GSI. We also welcome non-profit organizations, developers, and land and property owners committed to green stormwater infrastructure into our network.
Building Industry Association of Philadelphia
Since it was established in 1937, the Building Industry Association of Philadelphia has built a network of professionals to promote residential construction in Philadelphia, including multi-family and mixed use development. Our membership has grown to encompass the whole range of industry specialists – builders, real estate developers, subcontractors, designers, finance experts, brokers, product manufacturers, and others. For more than 78 years, we have joined forces to share ideas and create opportunities that will have a positive impact on the city’s housing market.
Society of American Military Engineers
SAME brings together professional engineers and those in engineering-related fields to improve and increase the engineering capabilities of the nation. SAME, the premier professional military engineering association in the United States, unites architecture, engineering, construction (A/E/C), facility management and environmental entities and individuals in the public and private sectors to prepare for—and overcome—natural and manmade disasters, and to improve security at home and abroad.
Mosaic Development Partners
Future City Philadelphia
Future City has been redesigned and uses the engineering design process as a framework to guide students through the creation of their cities. Within this framework, students apply specific project management methods to keep their projects on track. This new structure gives students a real world learning experience they can apply to future challenges in school, work and life. The mission of the Discover Future City Competition is to provide a fun and exciting educational engineering program for middle school students that combines a stimulating engineering challenge with a "hands-on" application to present their vision of a city of the future.