In 1971, M. Jack Pleason, owner of Tuhavi Corporation, had a vision for a construction and restoration company that gave exceptional customer service while having a reputation of excellence within the community. Jack and his team take the utmost pride in the quality of services, products, workmanship, professionalism, and customer satisfaction that is provided to clients in Tucson, Green Valley, and surrounding areas.
Our mission has always been to provide honest work and give the finest products and service possible at prices that are fair.
Jack is a native Tucsonan that has been building his business for over 30 years. He is a licensed and bonded contractor, a member of the Better Business Bureau, and in also involved in the Tucson community. Tuhavi Corporation is locally owned and operated and their work consists of projects that include custom construction, remodeling, restoration, and small to mid-size commercial development projects. Through Tuhavi, Jack has managed to build strong ties to his customers that have lasted for decades, and in some cases from one generation to the next.
Jack and Tuhavi Corporation have an outstanding reputation with local banks and suppliers and only use only the finest quality building materials. Additionally, Jack is known for having an exceptional eye for detail and believes in providing not only superior materials, but regular follow up and extraordinary customer service. Through faithfulness to these basic tenets, Tuhavi receives many referrals from both insurance companies and the many loyal and satisfied clients the company has served.
The Origin of “Tuhavi”
Tuhavi is the name of an important Kachina in the Hopi Indian history. Tuhavi or the Paralyzed Kachina represents the tale of a man who is paralyzed and a man who is blind. Together they completed each other’s needs.
The Tuhavi is the paralyzed man, while normally the blind man is the Mud Head (Koyemsi). The Mud Head becomes the paralyzed Kachina’s legs, and the paralyzed Kachina becomes the Mud Head’s eyes. Together, they are able to hunt and live.
This is one of the most sought after and desirable types of Mud head.
Artist: Alvin Navasie