On December 19, 1991 AMP-AKZO Corporation awarded Radon Construction a contract to construct a Butler Landmark Building Addition to the aforementioned facility, for the purpose of manufacturing and chemical storage.
Ground breaking and construction did not commence until mid July 1992, through no fault of Radon Construction. In spite of the delay, Radon conducted themselves in a highly professional manner, maintaining constant contact with Robert Kimmel, AMP-AKZO Project Manager, prior to construction.
Radon is to be highly commended upon its selection of supervisory personnel primarily project manager Patrick Madigan, and on-site supervisor Richard Jensen, in addition to the wise and prudent selection of subcontractors.
At no time during construction was there ever a major problem relative to the work force, communications, or misunderstanding on either end.
In view of many hardships encountered with previous contractors we stand in deep gratitude to Raymond Abruzzese and his company, Radon Construction, for the professional know-how, ability, care, and concern in fulfilling their obligations.