King believes our most important competitive advantage is the creativity, skill,
dedication and longevity of our employees . . .
As a team, we focus on rewarding our customers with a superior product
and personalized, attentive customer service.
Throughout the company, in every position, the majority of our people are
long-term employees -- they provide stability, a broad base of knowledge
and an ongoing commitment to our professional development and design
It is our people who have put King into the forefront of our industry, and
they're the reason most of our projects come to us by referral.
Michelle has been with King Construction since
Glen is in charge of project estimating for our
agricultural and accessory buildings, and he also
contributes his skills as a project supervisor.
Glen joined joined King in 1994, became a job
foreman in 1999 and was promoted to project
supervisor in 2003. Soon after, he began training
for his dual responsibility in project estimating.
Glen and his wife have four young children,
ages 2 through 10.
Dan has been with King Construction since 1985
and covers the Mid-Atlantic states from New Jersey
to Virginia. He has been in sales for most of his
adult life, specializing in sales/design of equestrian
facilities of all types and sizes.
Dan and his wife Mim have two adult children, and
both his son Darin and daughter Tanya have had
the nerve to make a grandfather out of him...
Dan says all five grand kids have grabbed hold of
his heart and haven't let go . . .
Territory & contact information:
New Jersey (area codes 609, 732, 848, 856),
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
Dean has been a key addition to King Construction,
having joined our sales/design team in the Spring
of 2003. He works in the Mid-Atlantic states from
New Jersey to Virginia.
Dean and his wife Mary Ann are the parents of a
daughter, Maria and a son, Tyler. They live south
of Annville, PA in Lebanon County.
Dean designs equestrian facilities of all sizes and
Amy joined our staff in March 2004 - she is our
Brian is our draftsman and has the responsibility
of creating the project building plans on the CAD
system. He is also part of the team for our internal
Brian joined King in 2002, shortly after graduating
from Thaddeus Steven College of Technology.
Following a brief time away, he re-joined King
Brian and his wife Brandi have two young children -
son Lincoln and daughter Sienna.
Merv, John and Elmer King started King Construction
in 1978. After a number of years working directly in
in the field, the company grew to the point that the
brothers were needed in the office.
Today Merv oversees all project scheduling; he does
the take-offs for many of the King projects and, in
addition, he provides on-site project management
He and his brother John share the responsibilities of
overseeing crew training and foreman development.
Merv and his wife Carolyn have five children - three
girls and two boys.
Eli is a project supervisor with on-going project
assignments that range from CT to VA.
Beginning in 1990 when Eli joined King, he brought
his considerable carpentry skills and a natural
talent for organizing the job. He was promoted to
foreman in 1994 and then to project supervisor.
Eli comes from a family of good carpenters - his
brothers live out-of-state, but have often been
brought in when King has been in need of an
additional crew of skilled carpenters.
(We think it's no coincidence that Zimmerman
means carpenter in German)
Eli and his wife Ellen have four children, two sons,
and two daughters - Kayleen, Zachary, Shirene
Georgia joined King in 2001 as an equine facilities
designer and sales representative. Her experience
includes the layout and design for horse facilities of
all types and sizes, as well as accessory buildings and
support areas like paddocks, trail systems and manure
Several of her King project designs have been featured in
horse magazines and received awards from a national
builder's trade association.
Georgia has been a long-time breeder and exhibitor of
show horses - she has earned a World Championship,
several National Top Ten rankings, several Top Ten World
Championship and Quarter Horse Congress awards, a
Supreme Champion designation and numerous Superior
event and state high-point awards.
She was the founder and former director of the Equine
Studies program at Cazenovia College in upstate NY,
and a former national director for the Palomino Horse
Breeders of America.
Georgia and her husband Jerry have three horses (down