Mario Valle, Senior Relationship Manager for PBS Contractors, Southwest Florida’s Concierge Builder®, has been recognized by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office for his volunteer work. Valle has volunteered more than 350 hours while participating in the Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Deputy Program, more than double the agency minimum expectation.

Valle has worked hard to integrate himself among the night shift in District 2, earning the trust of his co-workers along with offering valuable bilingual skills when necessary.

“Giving back to the community is so important to our company,” says Russell Budd, CEO of PBS Contractors. “We are so proud to have Mario recognized for his hard work and dedication.”

“Mario is a tireless volunteer in our community, and we are fortunate to be one of the organizations that benefits from his time and talent. As an auxiliary deputy who has also gone through our Crisis Intervention Team training, he works closely with our Patrol deputies to keep Collier County safe. He also has a special ability to engage our community and foster partnerships. He is a tremendous asset to our agency” said Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk.


Since 1986, PBS Contractors’ mission has been to construct more than just superior custom residential and commercial spaces – their purpose statement is We Build Better Lives for Our Team, for Our Clients, and for Our Community. Consisting of 28 Fundamentals, THE PBS WAY is what separates them from other builders and earned them the reputation of “Southwest Florida’s Concierge Builder®.” Located at 4395 Corporate Square in Naples, please visit or call (239) 643-6527 for more information.