American Buildings Company Hires Builder Services Manager – Midwest Division
Eufaula, AL - American Buildings Company (ABC) announces its recent hiring of Nathan Pranger as the new Builder Services Manager – Midwest Division. Pranger continues the commitment ABC has to being the safest, highest quality, lowest cost and most productive metal building manufacturer in the metal building industry.
“Nathan brings the experience and leadership ability that we value at ABC,” said Jason Smith, General Manager of ABC’s Midwest Division. “We are excited for him to get involved in the community and build strong relationships with the ABC Midwest team members, Builders and Roofers.”
Pranger holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Purdue University. After graduation Pranger became a consulting engineer for a small firm designing foundations and found a passion for the metal building industry. Pranger transitioned into metal buildings as a Design Engineer and became registered as a Professional Engineer. Pranger has previously served as a Sales Engineer/Quote Engineer and Design Supervisor.
“I feel very blessed by the experiences and opportunities I have had in my career this far,” said Pranger. “Each opportunity has provided more and more knowledge to help me be successful in the role as Builder Services Manager. I am looking forward to learning and growing even more in my new position.”
About American Buildings
For 75 years American Buildings has been pioneering the design, manufacture and delivery of metal buildings and roofing systems that set the industry standard. From industrial and commercial structures to tailored projects for the automotive, retail and transportation industries, the American Buildings family of nearly 1,000 Authorized Builders has the expertise to exceed expectations for custom engineered metal building projects in a variety of industry segments. American Buildings delivers a proven combination of products, technology, and customer service to accurately execute projects on time and on budget. For more information, visit www.americanbuildings.com.