Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 10, 2013
Celebrating its fiftieth anniversary and the third year in a row that the company has been honored by ENR as the largest heavy highway construction company in Texas, and #14 in the nation, Webber LLC, has positioned itself as an industry leader. Along with a new executive team, the company is moving toward the future with the launch of a cutting edge website designed to showcase, among other things, current projects and markets as well as career opportunities, news and the mission, vision and values that propel the company.
Webber has assembled a highly talented management team with over 100 years of combined industry experience. Tim Creson, the company’s President and CEO emphasizes that while "Most leaders will say that the people are what makes their company successful, at Webber, we are taking actions that prove we stand behind the statement. The best way to improve our bottom line, serve our customers, and ultimately have a positive impact on our industry and community is by creating a highly talented and motivated team."
Webber's executive management team includes Manuel Costa, the Company’s Executive Vice President, Tim Muller, Senior VP of Operations, Curtis Van Cleve, VP of Business Development, Jeff Cormican VP and CFO, Mario Menendez, VP and General Counsel, Mitch Beckman, VP of Human Resources, Brian Salerno, VP of the North Texas Region, Ivan Svec, VP of the South Texas Region and Francisco Vique VP of the Design-Build Department. With all of the growth in recent years, there are certainly some new faces at Webber.
However, the company attributes its continued success to a skilled and talented work force and a commitment and dedication to quality performance, and customer satisfaction. In honor of the company’s 50th anniversary, Webber has placed banners recognizing this achievement on all job sites and decals on all work vehicles. "We are extremely proud of this achievement and are laying groundwork for another half century of industry excellence," says Curtis Van Cleve.