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Keep your eye on Metro!

image L-R: John Franklin, Chris Carruth, Jane Feigenbaum, Steve Schuetze, Tim Swan, Taylor Jordan and Fernando Diego.

SAN ANTONIO - As San Antonio continues to grow, so does Metropolitan. Metropolitan Contracting is a well-established, San Antonio based company that was founded in 1986 by Tim Swan and Steve Schuetze.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Rising out of the challenges of the 1986 recession, Metropolitan has thrived  by specializing in private-sector commercial work, including tenant improvements and new construction,  and has completed more than 4,000 projects. Metropolitan recently rebranded
as Metro and introduced a new logo and a modernized website.
    To ensure that the company continues to provide the level of excellence that it is known for, the leadership team has been expanded and several employees have been promoted. Tim Swan will now serve as Chairman and Jane Feigenbaum moves into the CEO role. Jane has been with the company for over 23 years and has served most recently as the as the COO.  Jane will continue  to guide the company and be intricately involved daily in the management of the business. Chris Carruth has joined the firm and heads up strategic planning and development and will utilize his 35 years of experience in the industry to maintain existing relationships, develop new client relationships and lead the firm into new vertical market opportunities.
    To provide more management at the upper levels of the company, Fernando Diego, Taylor Jordan and John Franklin have been promoted to Project Executive. They will use their years of experience to provide leadership to the project management staff and guidance to the expansive customer base. Between the three of them, they possess an average of more than 20 years in the industry  and more than seven years with Metro. The promotion of these leaders will allow Metro to continue to grow the firm.
    The future is bright at Metro. The company continues to serve its primary markets; retail, office buildings, industrial and historic renovations.  Moreover, the company is intensifying its focus on healthcare construction inclusive of medical office building, surgery centers, ambulatory care. This market continues to evolve and Metro has plans to utilize its depth of experience to meet the future demands of this market.
     Metropolitan Contracting is a privates-sector construction firm in San Antonio. -bd


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