AmQuip Hires Prozinski as Northeast Tower Crane Mgr.

Fri January 30, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

AmQuip Crane Rental LLC announced that Tom Prozinski has been appointed as the Northeast tower crane manager. Prozinski will be responsible for managing the sales, marketing and field support for the Northeast tower crane division along the entire East Coast of the United States.

Prozinski was most recently the vice president of P&J Acromet. He joins AmQuip with more than 10 years of industry specific experience. He began his career working with Grove as an engineer then joined Noell Crane which introduced him to the tower crane industry.

“The addition of Tom to the AmQuip team adds experience and expertise that is unmatched in the U.S. tower crane rental industry,” stated Frank Bardonaro, president and COO of AmQuip. “Dennis Bates, Scott Brandstandt and Tom Prozinski, along with the rest of the AmQuip team are focused on safety and providing a level of expertise, service and engineering that meets or exceeds all of our customer needs. We are very excited about our continued growth in the tower crane sector and our ability to service clients throughout the USA and Canada.”

Prozinski will establish a tower crane facility in the northern Virginia area and also work out of AmQuip’s Baltimore, Md., branch. AmQuip intends to increase its tower crane presence in the northern Virginia, Washington D.C. and Baltimore markets.

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