Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Home News Ruppert hires area manager

Ruppert hires area manager

Industry News

Carl Weber will oversee the Maryland Landscape Management Branch.

| November 17, 2011

LAYTONSVILLE, Md. – Ruppert Landscape has announced the addition of Carl Weber as an area manager in its Maryland Landscape Management Branch.

Weber, a resident of Thurmont, Md., brings both industry experience as well as business management experience to his new position at Ruppert. He has more than nine years of industry experience and holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech in Crop and Soil Environmental Science as well as a master’s degree in business administration from Strayer University. In his role as area manager, he will be responsible for the sale, renewal and production of the branch's landscape management work as well as estimating, personnel training and development, property enhancements, design and customer satisfaction.
   
“Carl’s solid horticulture knowledge and diverse background in turf care combined with his strong leadership skills make him a great fit for our organization,” said Ed O’Brien, Branch Manager for Ruppert’s Maryland Landscape Management Branch. “We are looking forward to his future contributions.” 
 

Top news

The Death Book

Sure, it’s morbid. But it’s essential. Create an instruction manual for your company in the event of your untimely demise.

An anti-complacency culture

Employees at Capstone Landscape Management are pumped – and the company is primed for growth. Why? There’s no opportunity to get stale.

Cat's Built For It trials

Five of Cat's machines go head-to-head with a stack of blocks in this video.

Morbark increases safety emphasis

The ChipSafe shield and training requirements are designed to increase brush chipper safety.

PGMS accepting Green Star applications

Professional Grounds Management unveils new system for submissions.