PITTSBURGH — Burns & Scalo has announced the addition of two new team members and the promotion of three fundamental employees.
Rick Dunderwas hired as the sales/estimator for the residential division. He has a solid background in both residential remodeling and new construction. He also has five years of experience in both inside and outside sales, which will allow him to make a quick and impactful transition. Dunder will focus will on assisting residential homeowners with their roofing needs.
Hannah Shanerjoined Burns & Scalo as a receptionist and marketing/human resources coordinator. She attended Washington and Jefferson College, where she majored in business administration and psychology and completed a concentration in human resource management. Aside from her core office maintenance duties, Shaner will be applying the skills and knowledge she gained during her 2012 summer internship with Burns & Scalo’s marketing department to assist with both marketing and human resource functions for the company.
Jim Fischerhas been promoted to project manager. Prior to this new role, he worked as a repair and maintenance foreman for Burns & Scalo Ohio. His wealth of knowledge and experience in key areas such as roof service and repair, field supervision, and safety/loss prevention have made him a key employee since joining the company in January. As project manager, Fischer will ensure that Burns & Scalo’s stringent workmanship standards and customer experience is upheld.
Stuart Greifinger has been promoted to operations manager for Burns & Scalo North Carolina. Prior to his promotion, he served as project manager, where he developed a track record of successful job management and quality workmanship. In his new role, he will focus on ensuring operational excellence and career development for all projects and personnel in North Carolina.
Brian Novakhas been promoted to project manager. He joined the Burns & Scalo team in June as a project foreman. During his tenure at the company, he has exemplified quality craftsmanship and dedication to ensure a consistent customer experience. Using his extensive background in roofing and leadership, he will be responsible for managing several high-profile projects in North Carolina and the development of Burns & Scalo’s field workforce.
“I have no doubt that Rich and Hannah will be excellent additions to the Burns & Scalo team,” President Jack Scalo said. “At the same time, Stuart, Brian and Jim have already accomplished a great deal for our company. I am excited to see the value they all bring to their new positions and how they will continue to enhance the Burns & Scalo customer experience.”
For more information, visit www.burns-scalo.com.
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