Rolyn to Announce a New North Carolina Office

May 05, 2016-MINT HILL, NC

Rolyn, a national property disaster recovery and response company, opens its second North Carolina office location to serve the surrounding North Carolina and South Carolina communities.

Rockville, MD, May 05, 2016: Rolyn has expanded to open a new office in the second largest city in the Southeastern United States; Charlotte. The new location will be the company’s seventh office and will be led by Michael Rabil, General Manager, and Paul Haughwout, Business Development Manager. Rolyn will be celebrating the grand opening of their new office on Thursday, May 5, 2016.

Rolyn is dedicated to maintaining and expanding its competences and expertise across the United States to address the diverse emergency, environmental, and specialty construction needs of its clients. For more than 35 years, Rolyn has provided a full range of disaster recovery and specialty construction services to a diverse client base of healthcare, commercial, and residential properties facing major disasters, everyday emergencies, and reconstruction projects.

“I’m very excited to see the Charlotte office open. It demonstrates Rolyn’s continued commitment to growth and expansion,” commented Sam Bergman, Chief Executive Officer. “At Rolyn, we believe that our full service, turnkey solutions rely on our solid commitment to excellence combined with our mission to deliver outstanding service. This has earned our company the excellent reputation it holds today. We look forward to serving the surrounding North Carolina and South Carolina communities.”

North Carolina Address:

Rolyn Companies, Inc.
8325 Fairview Rd,
Mint Hill, NC 28227

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