This edition of the Vulcan Steel Structures e-newsletter contains:
2023 is off to a great start!!
It’s hard to believe that we are already six weeks into 2023! Things surely have not slowed down here at Vulcan Steel Structures.
2022 was a great year for us as we continued to deliver quality metal buildings to our clients and focused on promoting The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) and our industry. We even earned a 2022 MBMA Volunteerism award. We are delighted that 2023 is already shaping up to be every bit as successful or even more!
A couple of weeks ago our sales team was in Adel, Georgia for our annual kick-off meeting. It was great to see everyone, celebrate their successes, and plan for the new year.
Sadly, we did have some somber times last year as we lost two key Vulcan Steel employees. We said goodbye to Don Ivey just over a year ago. and more recently, we lost Michael Casey, our Director of IT. When you have a small, close-knit team, such as ours, losing not one but two folks can be crippling. However, the resilience of our team to not only mourn the loss of our friends but continue forward in their names amazes me. We dedicate this newsletter to them.
Until next time,
Vulcan Steel Structures Leadership and Sales Team
Front Row (L to R): Cole Thorton, Ben Browning, Jacob McMillian, Steve Browing, Tammy Hayes, Jeff Spradley, Wes Courtney, Chuck Roberts, Ryan Peck
Middle Row (L to R): Floyd Comerford, Jim Langsenkamp, Chuck Sheldt, John Hendley
Back Row (L to R): Stan Scarborough, Danny Morris, Joel Voelkert, Todd Moser, Zack Watson
Steve Browning presents the 2022 Top Volume Salesman award to Floyd Comerfeld. Floyd will celebrate his 24th year with Vulcan Steel in 2023 and brings over 62 years of experience to the team.
Under Construction: Republic Services Transfer Station
Most people don’t give their trash a second thought once they put it in the bin. But the folks at Republic Services give it a lot of thought. Their job is not only to collect the trash but then sort it for distribution to the appropriate places such as the landfill and recycling centers. To better serve the community, this Republic Services Transfer Station in Savannah, Georgia is being expanded in order to improve processing time and accuracy.
Anchor Construction, LLC is constructing this 12,388 sq. ft. addition that includes two structures connected to an existing building. The roof is 24-gauge Kynar DL324 and the walls are 26-gauge Kynar AVP panels.
Featured Project: Panhandle Helicopter
Panhandle Helicopter in Panama City Beach, Florida not only offers tours of the Emerald Coast but also aerial commercial services such as photography, environmental and land surveys, observation and patrol, and even crop frost protection.
Their recently completed hangar facility is 8,272 square feet and was constructed by Sperry & Associates. They used a 24-gauge Kynar DL 324 roof and 26-gauge Kynar AVP panel walls.