Charles C. Brandt Construction Co. Adds to Team

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Charles C. Brandt Construction Co. has named Scott Black (pictured) director of business development. He has been involved in the A/E/C industry for more than 30 years and brings his diverse background to his new position. Black's career has involved him in many different project markets and building types. His collaborative consensus building approach with clients and team professionals has led to many successful projects with local and national owners. Black holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from the University of Tennessee. The firm has appointed Adam Petruska marketing coordinator. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Indiana University. The firm has also named Dave Iler project manager. He possesses an abundance of knowledge about the A/E/C industry, stemming from his 35+ year career in the business. Iler is a graduate of Purdue University with an Associate’s degree in Civil Engineering Technology. Chris Deckert (pictured) has also been named a project manager. He has almost two decades of experience in the construction industry, and has held multiple positions both in ownership and project management in addition to starting his own company. Deckert has been involved in construction projects regarding medical facilities, physical therapy units, and athletic facilities. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona.

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