Lencyk Masonry Builds Strong Year, Names Officers

BOARDMAN, Ohio — Sales in 2018 at Lencyk Masonry Co. in Boardman equaled the company’s record-setting sales in 2017, reports Angie Centofanti, chief financial officer.

In 2018, the company’s work was led by school construction throughout eastern Ohio. School projects started included Dover High School, Madison Elementary School and Concord Elementary School in Painesville and Bath Elementary School in Bath Township, just outside Akron.

Other projects included Shepherd of the Valley Assisted Living in Liberty, 7 17 Credit Union buildings in Canfield and Warren, the riverfront amphitheater in downtown Youngstown and the Enclave at Youngstown State University.

Projects this year include the Campbell Community Center, Auto-Parkit in Warren, DCMD Holdings Medical Building in Austintown and Girard Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The company is starting 2019 with new officers who will oversee its future as Larry Lencyk Sr. remains president. In addition to Centofanti, Eli Shreeve has been named senior vice president, Todd Yallech senior vice president of field operations and Nathan Byler vice president.

“We have added electronic devices such as tablets and metering equipment for rapid information sharing between the field and project managers,” Centofanti says.

Adds Shreeve, “The work outlook is promising and the need for skilled craft workers continues to be a challenge. The company invests in the latest equipment used in the field to continually improve safety and production.”

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