Kent Companies Names Jason Harrall as Division Manager for Traverse City Commercial Concrete
[TRAVERSE CITY, MI] – Kent Companies announced the promotion of Jason Harrall to Division Manager for the commercial concrete division operating in Traverse City, Michigan. Harrall assumes responsibility for business development and operations for Division 1710 in northern Michigan.
Harrall’s concrete construction career spans 25+ years, and he helped re-establish Kent Companies’ Traverse City office in July 2016. Harrall is widely recognized for throughout northern Michigan for his civic engagement.
Kent Companies CEO Jeff VanderLaan shared, “Over the past four years, our Traverse City team has invested significant time and dedication to serve our regional customer base and expand our foothold in northern Michigan. It’s clear that Jason’s local leadership will enable us to solidify our position and maximize on our momentum.”
Harrall’s commitment to safe and high-quality concrete construction is clear. “Our team delivers incredible craftsmanship every day, and we continue to train and invest in our professionals so that we deliver at the high standards our customers expect from Kent Companies.” Harrall continued, “Our team is growing, and there are tremendous opportunities to build successful projects and rewarding careers with Kent.”
About Kent Companies:
Kent Companies is a 3rd-generation family-owned business with expertise in commercial and industrial construction, mixed-use construction, multi-family housing, tilt-up concrete, post-tensioned cast in place structures and a full range of concrete-related specialties.
Kent Companies is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan and has operations in Detroit, Michigan; Dallas and Austin, Texas; central Ohio; Charlotte, North Carolina and St. Louis, Missouri. Kent Companies employs over 1,500 concrete construction professionals nationwide, and the organization is ranked as the 9th largest concrete contractor nationwide by ENR Magazine. The Kent Companies team has built a reputation as “Leaders in Concrete.”