MAZOMANIE, Wis. – Dominic O’Rorke of O’Rorke Construction Services, Inc. in Rochelle recently graduated from the Wick Buildings Builder Orientation School.
He has joined over 100 builders in the Midwest who proudly represent Wick Buildings. O’Rorke completed a 3-day session to learn about high quality post-frame engineering and construction techniques, as well as building systems for the professional builder. The program was held at the Wick Buildings headquarters in Mazomanie, Wisconsin, Feb. 19 to 21.
“Our builders are learning the best practices in engineered post-frame construction and customer service,” says Allan Breidenbach, President of Wick Buildings. “Wick and O’Rorke Construction Services will continue to invest in training to ensure that buyers are getting the maximum value for every dollar they invest in their building.”
The Wick Buildings method of constructing key portions of a building in an indoor facility maximizes the quality and efficiency of the building process, and adds significant value to the long-term performance of the building.
In continuous operations since 1954 and with more than 75,000 buildings completed, Wick Buildings provides post-frame structures for residential storage, homes, municipal, commercial, light industrial, agricultural, dairy, and equine usage. Wick Buildings are sold by independent builders and they are built by those same independent builders as well as Wick crews, who live and work in their own communities.
To learn more about Wick Buildings visit www.wickbuildings.com.