[ About us ]     [ The President ]        

     Evan Scott Piper, President and owner of Piper Companies has been in business from the tender age of 13, starting out in the automotive business (see articles 1, 2) where he developed his business savvy. He built Piper Automotive & Marine Service, Inc. while still in high school and at the age of 17 he started out in the

construction business, selling heavy equipment. He went on to Florida International University where he graduated with a degree in Business Administration. Piper Construction has grown and is a major player in the residential and commercial construction and maintenance industry across Florida.


     Evan has since added Piper Medical, Mobility & Accessibility, Accessible Vehicle, LLC., Piper Industrial Complex, LLC. under his belt and is poised for expansion.

As a member of NMEDA National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association and an ASE Master Technician, Evan is able to assist in the continuance of independence and enhancement of the lives of the disabled community through services offered by Piper Medical, Mobility & Accessibility to adjust motor vehicles to allow for accessibility, mobility, and control for the wheelchair bound drivers and passengers. Evan himself is in a wheelchair after surviving an airplane crash in year 2001 where he suffered a T-12/L-1 spinal cord injury. However the inconvenience of mobility has never stopped him from doing what he wants to do. (see articles) Evan is also a member of RESNA - Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America.

As a loyal member of the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce since 1993 and an active member of the City of North Miami Beach Planning & Zoning Board for over 8 years (see articles), Evan has continued to contribute to the development of his community and never falters when called upon to share his expert advice in the construction business. Evan is a State of Florida Licensed General Contractor and a recipient of the coveted Redevelopment Award of Excellence presented by North Miami City Council in April 1988 for converting a residential property into a state of the art commercial building.