Western Specialty Contractors Promotes Steve Genovese

Words: Dan KamysWestern Specialty Contractors (formerly Western Waterproofing Co.) has promoted Steve Genovese to branch manager of its Chicago Concrete Restoration branch in Chicago, Ill. Family-owned and operated for 100 years, Western Specialty Contractors is the nation’s largest specialty contractor in masonry and concrete restoration, waterproofing and specialty roofing. [caption id="attachment_12216" align="alignnone" width="234"]Steve Genovese is the new branch manager of the Chicago Concrete Restoration branch of Western Specialty Contractors. Steve Genovese is the new branch manager of the Chicago Concrete Restoration branch of Western Specialty Contractors.[/caption] Genovese started his career at Western’s Chicago branch as an assistant sales/project manager, then spent the past nine years in the position of sales/project manager and, most recently, assistant manager. The branch serves customers in northern Illinois. Genovese has a bachelor of science degree in construction management from Illinois State University.
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