Dayton, OH (PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Lewaro Construction is acquiring Karrington Company, leveraging it as their new facility maintenance division, effective March 1, 2014.
Lewaro Construction offers a range of construction related services and is making an effort to expand its services. The company currently offers general contracting, design build and pre-construction services for government and private customers.
Karrington Company is a service company specializing in maintenance, installation, and management since 2005. Karrington’s experience with education, healthcare, and government facilities make it an attractive expansion to Lewaro’s current span of offerings.
After the acquisition, Karrington’s owner, Mark Parks, will become President and a member of the Board of Directors at Lewaro Construction. Lewaro Founder and CEO Phillip P. Moore also appointed George Weber as the new Vice President of Operations and as well as a member of Lewaro Construction’s Board of Directors. Moore intends to continue building the strengths of his executive and management teams.
Moore states, “George’s promotion to Vice President of Operations is well deserved and in recognition of his contributions to the successes of Lewaro Construction. It reflects my confidence and trust in George’s professionalism and personal integrity. Equally, I believe Mark’s extensive network, sharp business acumen and diverse skill set will be an invaluable addition to Lewaro’s executive team. I am excited about the energy Mark and George will bring to both our Board and executive suite.”
Lewaro Construction is always seeking new partnerships and new clients. The company can be found online at http://www.lewaro.com and has offices in Dayton, Cleveland, and Charlotte.
About Lewaro Construction
Lewaro Construction is a construction management company based in Dayton, OH, focusing on efficiency and quality in its efforts. Offering construction, pre-construction, general contracting, and design/build services, Lewaro principally serves large-scale organizations and government associations. Some of their past projects include the construction of new elements for the City of Dayton, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and the University of Dayton.