Elliott Chauvet

C.O.R.E / Project Engineer

Elliott Chauvet

Who, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? And why?
My great uncle Maurice Chauvet fought in WWII at the age of 21. He was one of the 177 French men there on D day in 1944. Maurice survived the war and went on to become a film advisory for many movies about the war. I met Maurice many times throughout my childhood. He died when I was 12 years old, and my young comprehension never really understood what it was my uncle had gone through as a young man. Now, I realize the significance of the lifelong impacts the war had on his life. I think sitting down for dinner with him and hearing his stories would be almost invaluable.

How did you get into construction?
I got into construction at a young age. I would always help my father around the house with various projects. I always enjoyed the finished tangible product at the end, it is almost like a trophy for your time and work. As I continued my studies, I pursued construction management and ultimately graduated with a degree in Building and Construction Technology which brought me here, to Commodore Builders.

Who or what inspires you?
My father inspires me. He moved to the U.S. from France as an immigrant to chase his dream of becoming a pilot. He has flown the largest commercial jet in service and many more. His dedication to his career and goals is what inspires me to do the same.

What is one thing on your bucket list, and will you accomplish it?
The biggest thing on my bucket list is to move to Tahiti for a year or two. I went there a couple of years ago and fell in love with the island. The culture and lifestyle are so appealing to me that I would love to live there for some time.

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