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Local SR Building Services Announces Expansion Plans

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Stemming from the strongest fiscal year in company history and an 18-month backlog of contracted projects, SR Building Services LLC (SR Building Services) has increased the breadth of their internal and field teams and is positioning for direct service to the South Puget Sound market.
 
“Generally, at this point in a strong economic cycle, there’s an insurgence of start-up roofing contractors that thin the hiring pool and increase competition for contracts,” says Vice President Rich Carroll when asked about the company’s motivation to expedite expansion.
 
“However, in this cycle we’ve experienced a significant change in the qualification requirements from our clients, many of whom still feel the sting from the fall-out of young companies with no history of performance or limited bonding capacity. Due to these heightened expectations and our company’s ability to meet or exceed them, we feel nows the time to double down on our resources for our current client base in the North Sound and urban cores and enter developing markets to the south.”
 
SR Building Services has recently promoted Service Manager Charles Avery and hired Project Managers AJ Bartlett and Ryan Kiminski to augment the management team. With additional hires in the field and office, SR Building Services currently employs 70 full-time staff and anticipates 20-percent growth on both staff size and revenue in 2019.
 
After completing targeted market research studies, the company is in currently in feasibility to determine a location for their South Sound office or field locations and has narrowed their search to the industrial sector of southern Pierce County. 
 
SR Building Services LLC is headquartered in Woodinville, WA, is a merit-based, full-service roofing and waterproofing company and a member of the Snyder Roofing family of companies. Visit http://srbldgservices.com/ for more information.

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