Experienced laborer John C. Luna has served DLG Construction in Hampstead, New York, since 2004. His work entails completing a diverse range of tasks while operating under tight deadlines and strict professional requirements. Preliminary responsibilities often include ordering supplies, clearing land, and managing heavy objects and potentially dangerous machinery, including concrete mixers, stonecutters, and crushers. Over the course of his career in construction, John C. Luna has completed projects involving the construction and deconstruction of buildings. In repairing or constructing buildings, his experience with plumbing, as well as heating, cooling, and electrical systems, often comes into play. Beyond his efficiency at tasks requiring strength and stamina, John C. Luna exercises exceptional interpersonal skills, excelling as a leader and team player.
John C. Luna supplements his career in the construction industry by volunteering at a local food pantry, bringing meals to individuals with disabilities or of advanced age who are homebound. An animal lover, he also performs charitable work by facilitating the rescue of abandoned or abused animals. He also participates in charity runs to raise money for organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
A longtime resident of New York, John C. Luna graduated from Ward Melville High School on the north side of Long Island in East Setauket. Now a resident of nearby Mineola, he enjoys socializing with his friends and engaging in a variety of outdoor activities, including surfing, snowboarding, fishing, and tennis. He also counts photography, painting, landscape design, car restoration, and traveling among his hobbies.