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Raleigh, NC, United States, 2009/03/31 - Joe Dimel has been named national business developer for Southern Industrial Constructors and Southern Crane, full-service industrial contractors.
In his new capacity, Dimel will manage existing customer relationships and identify new national business opportunities, particularly those within the energy, automotive, paper and pharmaceutical industries.
Before joining Southern Industrial, Dimel worked in a similar capacity for Atlas Industrial Contractors in Columbus, Ohio.
“With more than 15 years of professional experience providing industrial services, including rigging, piping and electrical, Joe knows a great deal about how Southern Industrial can help our clients grow and succeed,” said Rocky Springer, vice president. “We are glad he’s joined our team.”
Dimel earned his bachelor’s of science degree in business from Ohio Dominican University and is a member of the Rotary Club.
After more than 46 years of business, Southern Industrial Constructors and Southern Crane have made “Working Together Safely” the cornerstone of their operations. The companies serve as industry and community leaders, taking pride in providing their services with safety, integrity, quality workmanship and responsive customer care.
Founded in 1962, Southern Industrial provides a wide range of services throughout the Southeast, including turnkey industrial construction, industrial electrical construction, turnkey plant installations and relocations, rigging, millwright and machinery moving services, process and utility piping, precision concrete construction, structural and specialty steel fabrication and erection, and complete plant maintenance services.
Southern Crane provides state-of-the-art crane and rigging services, and has been a leader in a national safety movement to encourage the certification of all crane operators. All of Southern Crane’s operators are CCO certified.
Because of their exemplary safety records, both Southern Industrial and Southern Crane are among the few companies in North Carolina recognized as STAR contractors by the N.C. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Division.