Becker joins REMCO as senior operations manager

October 27, 2014 - Front Section

Brian Becker, REMCO

According to leading architectural surface restoration and maintenance company REMCO, Brian Becker has joined the Long Island City-based company as senior operations manager. In this role, he will join executive management with day-to-day operations, strategize on company objectives, drive operational excellence and grow client relations.
"Brian's strong management background in both construction and restoration services makes him the ideal fit for this leadership role," said REMCO CEO Kenneth Martin. "With our wide array of services, paired with increased market demand as more owners seek to ensure the longevity of their buildings, this is a pivotal time in our growth. We gladly welcome Brian and his expertise to the REMCO family."
Becker attended Alfred University in upstate New York. He began his career at Beacon Metal and Marble Maintenance Inc. as a field supervisor and manager. Thereafter, he joined Nulife Metal and Marble Systems as both a managing partner and director of operations, titles he held for 10 years before moving on as vice president and director of operations for Restoration Specialty Services LLC. His last job was as president of Versatile Specialty Services Corp., where he worked since 2007 before joining REMCO in September.

His notable key projects include extensive marble and terrazzo repairs and installations throughout the public spaces of the Empire State Building; exterior metal façade restoration at the Library Hotel; metal door restoration at St. Ignatius Loyola Church; and metal and stone restoration and installation at both 63 and 67 Wall Street.

"REMCO is a leading company steeped in tradition, in addition to having an impeccable reputation - all qualities I was drawn to," Becker said. "Collaboration and forward thinking methods are valued at REMCO. I feel fortunate to be part of such a successful team and look forward to all the exciting projects ahead."


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