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February 2022 

Fortney & Weygandt Names New Vice President
Fortney & Weygandt, Inc. (Cleveland, OH) has promoted Bard Fulton to Vice President. Bard Fulton will be responsible for continuing to drive the growth of Fortney & Weygandt, Inc.’s general contracting service nationwide. In his new role, Bard will focus on project development, operational efficiencies and streamlining internal business processes. Fulton will continue with his active role in multi-site project management and project estimating.

“Bard’s over 20 years of service and continued professional and committed work ethic has contributed to Fortney & Weygandt’s growth and leadership in the multi-site arena,” said Mitch Lapin, President. “We are looking forward to having him continue those efforts on a larger scale, getting involved with more projects and managing from a corporate level.”

Bard began his career at Fortney & Weygandt in 2001 as a Project Manager overseeing the various multi-site rollout programs and soon began leading the department. He has experience working with retail, restaurant, and commercial clients on national projects with varied scopes. Bard has led the Multi-Site Rollout Division for 19 years with responsibilities that included supervising Project Managers, evaluating bids with the Estimating Department, working with the Accounting Department on job-specific financial matters and participating in efforts to generate new business. Bard is LEED also certified.

Wolverine Finishes DuckPin Bowling
Wolverine Building Group (Grand Rapids, MI) just finished Woodrows DuckPin Bowling, on the ground floor of Amway Grand Plaza Hotel. The venue features seven duckpin bowling lanes in addition to a lounge area with seating and high-top tables and rails. Duckpin bowling, which dates back to the 1800s, is different than traditional bowling. Duckpin lanes are shorter and have pins attached to strings, which are shorter and thinner than traditional bowling pins. This style of pins makes it more difficult to throw a strike, so bowlers are allowed three chances per frame. Click to read more.


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