I had the pleasure of working with Joel Berrettini during the construction of Sharp Packaging’s new office and manufacturing facility in Sussex, WI. While Joel’s contractual relationship was directly with Sharp, he made every effort to communicate directly with me during our general construction of the building itself. The Sharp project was a fast track Design/Build project and required a very high degree of communication between all parties on the site. Joel’s commitment to this project and to staying actively involved in following all the areas where work was either on-going or about to occur, allowed him to continually stay a step or two ahead of the game. He worked well with the other trades on the site and his workmanship and attention to detail was exceptional. The systems that Joel laid out for the Client’s and then designed and installed are all highly technical in nature. As the building construction rapidly came to a close, the pace on the jobsite ramped up considerably. As the start of the IT and tele/data systems came on-line, Joel’s capabilities really began to shine and the results of his systems design work became evident. He is technically extremely capable, communicates well, results driven and not at all afraid to put in the hours needed to get the job done. I do look forward to working with Joel again in the future.
Berrettini came up with a complete redesign of the TV system layout for the whole restaurant. The new layout maximized the viewing areas and ensured that every guest could see the TVs without having to move or turn around, and it helped land him the contract.
Joel was amazing, He was here three days wiring everything. He even installed my TV in the garage. If I ever have an issue, he can access my system from his office and fix it, do updates and add features from Wisconsin. I found out later on, he got everything donated too.
When Joel Berrettini first contacted us, it was clear that he had a heart for our military. He was extremely motivated to assist us, in any way that he could, and has been extremely generous with his time and resources.
The man cave is one of my favorite things about the house,” Masson said. “Anything that makes my life easier or more convenient is a huge help for both functionality and my state of mind. It all comes back to the wonderful people who made this all possible, who’ve given me back a lot of freedom to live comfortably.
The intercom feature and the ability to easily regulate the temperature of the house are two features that have made a huge difference. I live on one side of the house, and my mom, who is also my caregiver, lives on the other side. Being able to communicate with her through the built-in intercom on the Elan touch panels is extremely helpful. Not using standard light switches and remotes is a big change for me, but one for the better. I used to have to put on my prosthetic arms to press the buttons on a remote, but with the touch panels and iPad, I can touch the icons to initiate commands whether I have the prosthetics on or off.
This home will allow me to be more independent. It probably sounds so simple to someone else, but I can’t describe the feeling of being able to do something yourself that you once couldn’t. The simplest task can be enjoyable and you want to do it again and again, just because you can. I feel I have been blessed a thousand times over and beyond of what is enough.