Gruber Industries moves to LamarFebruary 13, 2020
From Local Sources
LAMAR — At the beginning of the year, Gruber Industries LLC moved from a residential location in Perry County to a more centralized location at 8180 E County Road 1300 N, Lamar.
As Owner Jim Gruber looks ahead, he sees future growth, being located in Spencer County.
“We take pride in providing the best results for your project no matter how large or small of a project,” he said.
The move consolidates 17 employees from two locations into one single location, improving office operations and job management through higher efficiency and cost savings.
“There are many aspects about this move that we love, from the investment in our employees, to the central location of Spencer County that allows us to better serve the entire Tri-State area,” said Holli Foster, the company’s vice president. “A lot of hard work went in to creating this employee-friendly space and with this task now complete, we will continue to focus our efforts on superior customer service.”
Gruber Industries was founded in 2005 and its services include: general excavating, land clearing, site preparation, utility installation, hydro-excavation, industrial ground maintenance, line striping, sewer jetting and sewer camera services.
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