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Self-Storage Components Manufacturer DBCI Names Dedicated Project Manager

DBCI, a manufacturer of self-storage roll-up doors and other building components, has named Mark Rupert to the newly created position of project manager. Rupert, who has been with DBCI for eight years, most recently in the estimating department, will oversee all of the company’s active storage projects and report to Bray Allen, inside-sales and estimating manager.

January 6, 2015

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Self-Storage Components Manufacturer DBCI Names Dedicated Project Manager

DBCI, a manufacturer of self-storage roll-up doors and other building components, has named Mark Rupert to the newly created position of project manager. Rupert, who has been with DBCI for eight years, most recently in the estimating department, will oversee all of the company’s active storage projects and report to Bray Allen, inside-sales and estimating manager.

“Mark is an ideal fit. He has a superb understanding of what goes into self-storage projects and is great at managing multiple responsibilities,” said Allen. “His role will provide an unprecedented focus to current projects, which, in turn, improves the efficiency and responsiveness of our estimating department.” The new position will help DBCI be proactive about its customer service, Allen added.

DBCI designs and manufactures commercial-grade, steel roll-up doors as well as frames and panels, wall systems, interior-hallway systems, mezzanine systems, portable-storage units, and wine lockers. Headquartered in Douglasville, Ga., the company also operates production facilities in Chandler, Ariz., and Houston.

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