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TAYLOR welcomes Marron to project management team; Junior project manager to assist in estimating & planning

Karl Schuler, TAYLOR
Karl Schuler, TAYLOR

Christopher Marron, TAYLOR
Christopher Marron, TAYLOR

Penfield, NY According to TAYLOR, one of the leading regional general contractors, Christopher Marron has joined their project management team. Marron has been hired as a new junior project manager to assist in estimating, planning, scheduling, and coordination in all phases of select TAYLOR projects.

"Chris brings to the TAYLOR family a terrific combination of professionalism, energy and experience that's imperative as we continue our company's growth," said TAYLOR president, Karl Schuler. "Chris understands our mission and values, enabling TAYLOR to add his additional aptitudes and youth, while we expand our client base."

Marron joins the TAYLOR team after recently graduating from Alfred State SUNY College of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management Engineering Technology, ETAC/ABET. He joins the experienced project management team to assist in estimating, planning, scheduling, and coordination in all phases of select TAYLOR projects, including job cost accounting and billing procedures, liaison with the owner, architects, subcontractors and suppliers. Marron will use his previous internship and maintenance technician experience with the Loewke Brill Consulting Group, to jump-start his career in the construction industry.

In 2010, Marron also obtained the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). A Scout who attains this rank is called an Eagle Scout or Eagle. Since its introduction in 1911, the Eagle Scout rank has been earned by more than two million young men, just over two percent of the entire Boy Scouting membership.