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  • By Kandice Bell
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  • Jul. 01, 2017 - 5:42 AM

Spancrete expands sales team in Georgia

Spancrete has announced the addition of two new business development managers to its team in Newnan – Edward Lee and George Wolfe. These individuals will help to serve customers in the southeast.

Lee has more than 30 years of precast and concrete sales experience, with success in identifying potential customers and establishing relationships. He works with customers to develop precast designs that meet their building needs. Lee holds a bachelor of arts in education from the University of Kentucky.

Wolfe brings eight years of precast concrete experience, ranging from quality control to drafting and engineering manager. His fluency in the industry will be an asset to understanding customer needs in order to best position Spancrete precast solutions for buildings and other structures. With additional background in design, he will also be involved in value engineering designs to best deliver on customer vision. Wolfe holds a bachelor of applied science in business management from South Florida State College.

“We are excited to have both Edward and George bring their vast industry experience to Spancrete,” said Randy Brown, general manager, Spancrete Georgia. “Their knowledge of the challenges and opportunities that face customers in the Southeast will be an asset to continuing to position Spancrete as a premier option for precast solutions.”

Spancrete’s plant in Newnan spans 35 acres and produces Hollow Core, RibSlab flooring, RePlenish and Wall Panels.

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