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CENTRIA Bolsters Project Management Team With Addition Of Carl Weber And Dan Wallace

New Hires Exemplify Company’s Commitment To Customer Service, Efficiency And Quality

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Carl Weber
Dan Wallace

Moon Township, PA - CENTRIA, an industry leader in architectural metal wall systems, announces a pair of new hires to support the company’s impressive project management and customer care teams. Carl Weber joins CENTRIA Architectural Systems as the new Director of Project Management, while Dan Wallace takes on the new role of Program Manager for the Intercept modular metal panel system, one of CENTRIA’s most popular offerings in single-skin metal panels.

“These hires provide a new level of support to CENTRIA’s sales, project management and detailing operations, demonstrating our commitment to world-class customer service for our elite Dealer Network and the architects who specify our innovative metal building systems,” said Rob Rutherford, CENTRIA Vice President – Customer Care. “Both Carl and Dan possess a truly unique set of skills and work experience tailored to their new positions with CENTRIA, and we’re thrilled to have them on board.”

Weber’s extensive career spans several years in the commercial construction industry, most recently with a custom-engineered structural steel building systems provider. His experience showcases a strong focus on project management and process improvement on a number of major national projects. Notable project management ventures include Citi Field, Queen City Square, Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena (formerly Consol Energy Center), Notre Dame Stadium and One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower).

Wallace brings an exceptional level of program management and hands-on manufacturing experience to his new position. He joins CENTRIA following an impressive career with a national architectural products manufacturer where he managed the company’s largest account, Apple Inc. His resume also includes extensive experience as a mechanical design engineer with multiple firms.


CENTRIA, a Nucor company, supplies a variety of architetural metal wall and roof systems. For more information, visit

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