Dan Vos Construction adds jobs, earns 2014 Contractor of the Year award

Dan Vos Construction Company is on the grow.  The West Michigan based construction firm has added two new jobs to it's team of 85 employees.

Elizabeth Nol  has joined the firm as office administrator. A graduate of Central Michigan University Nol brings over 5 years of relevant experience. In her new role, she will be responsible for managing the front desk, planning employee and community initiatives and assisting project-specific teams.

Jon Serba joins the firm as construction laborer. Serba has over 22 years of experience in the commercial/residential construction industry. Serba's past projects include the Meijer Heart Center, the Women's Resource Center, Jenison Public High School, and the River House Condominiums at Bridgewater,

Both Serba and Nol are joining a company that values it's reputation and hires very carefully. 

With it's corporate culture being focused on the "golden rule" Marcia Holt, Human Resource Manager, says the company can be a destination for individuals looking to work for a great company within the construction industry.  "Fit is very important. We care about people. "

Holt says the firm is a "merit shop" and offers many benefits such as company bonuses, awards , dinners and a profit sharing program.

The firm was recently announced as the 2014 Michigan Contractor of the Year which is awarded to a contractor who upholds an exceptional level of professionalism, ethics and partnership with Michigan's subcontracting community.

Although there are no current openings, Holt invites anyone to stop by their offices, fill out an application and to submit their resume.

Writer:  John Rumery, Innovation and Jobs News Editor.
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