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FABCON Announces April Staff Additions and Promotion

FABCON is pleased to announce several new staff additions and promotions that took place in April. Bella Jorgensen – Marketing Communications Specialist (MN) Sean Finnerty – Production Supervisor (KS) Shaun Lovelace – Plant Manager (KS) Angela Van Strander – Associate Project Manager (PA) Audie Medina – QA Manager (KS) Michael Berg – Promoted to Project Manager (MN) Read More

FABCON Announces March Staff Additions and Promotion

FABCON is pleased to announce several new staff additions, as well as two internal position changes. Berni Rakauskas – Environmental Health and Safety Manager (Mahanoy City, PA) Michelle Peterson – Senior Recruiter (Savage, MN) Dave Fennell – Drafter (Mahanoy City, PA) Jeremy McCartney – Drafter (Mahanoy City, PA) Brian Katchur – Plant Engineer (Mahanoy City, Read More

FABCON Announces February Staff Additions and Changes

FABCON is pleased to announce the addition of two new employees, as well as several transitions that have been made within the company. Sam Gray – Director of Construction Operations In his role, Sam will oversee FABCON’s Field Operations and Project Management departments as the Director of Construction Operations, where he will provide coompany-wide oversight to these departments. Read More

FABCON 2017 Trade Show and Conference Schedule

FABCON will be attending the following trade shows and conferences in 2017: April 3rd-6th – Data Center World – Los Angeles, CA – Booth #1049 April 27th-29th – AIA Conference on Architecture – Orlando, FL – Booth # 1481 September 14th-15th – Construct CSI – Providence, RI – Booth #535 October 23rd-25th – Critical Facilities Summit – Minneapolis, Read More

Feature Brief: FABCON Precast Concrete 101

When choosing the right building material for your project, it’s important to understand the benefits of construction materials being specified for the project. In the feature brief ‘FABCON Precast Concrete 101′, we take a closer look at the benefits of working with precast concrete and the common misconceptions surrounding this versatile building material.

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