Two new members join the Zartman team
David Frace has rejoined the estimating team at Zartman Construction Inc. Frace brings over a decade of estimating experience with him, including six years of previous experience at Zartman. His experience performing cost estimations on projects of all shapes and sizes makes him a valuable asset to the team. Frace has a degree in construction management from the Pennsylvania College of Technology.
“I’m happy to be back,” says Frace. “In my time away I was exposed to different project delivery methods, products, vendors and other ways of looking at things. I am looking forward to utilizing this knowledge to provide clients with even more options to provide the best service for their particular project needs.”
“We are very happy that Dave has returned to Zartman,” says Ira Dewalt, Vice President of Estimating. “His carpentry expertise, education, specialized certifications and 14 years as an estimator make Dave a top-caliber addition to the team.”
Amanda Wolfe has joined the administrative staff as a marketing specialist at Zartman Construction. Wolfe has a background in journalism with specialties in photography, videography and social media. She has degrees in visual communications journalism and political science from the Pennsylvania State University. Wolfe is the second member of the third generation to join the company her grandfather, Gene Zartman, founded in 1973 and where her uncle, Dave Zartman, has been president for more than 11 years.
“I am really excited to be able to use my talents to help the family business grow,” says Wolfe. “There is so much more to Zartmans than most people know and I am hopeful that I can help to showcase everything we have to offer.”
“We are very happy that Amanda has joined the company,” said Dave Zartman. “She brings a wealth of creativity, training and skill that has already taken our marketing and communication efforts to the next level. It’s a win-win situation that we were able to create a full-time marketing position and the opportunity for my niece, Amanda, to join the family business.”