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Metro Walls Announces Expansion into Vermont

Metro Walls, Inc. is excited to announce that they have expanded their operations into Vermont. This expansion is part of the company’s long term growth strategy and allows Metro Walls to broaden their service area for both new and existing clients throughout New England. By utilizing local management and workforce Metro Walls will be able to provide excellent customer service and quality to their clients, and quickly establish a strong, lasting presence in the Green Mountain State. With offices in NH, ME, and now VT, Metro Walls is New England’s largest open shop commercial framing and drywall contractor. Thanks to more than 250 employees and the ability to ramp up to a 600-man workforce at any given time, Metro Walls has the experience and the manpower to complete projects of any size.

“Our growth is the result of our dedication to the industry and our clients. We look forward to bringing our experienced, talented team to more projects throughout Vermont — Bryan Hussey, Executive Vice President.

Metro Walls has already completed a number of notable projects throughout Vermont including the Border Patrol Stations in both Canaan and Highgate Springs, the VA Imaging Center in White River Jct., and the expansion to Spruce Peak at Stowe Mountain. When asked about joining the Metro Walls team, General Manager Doug Wilson had this to say,

“With 20 years’ experience in the Vermont drywall market, I understand how important a quality subcontractor is to the success of every project. Metro Walls will be a welcome addition to the Vermont market. They not only bring years of experience, but they understand the importance of community and giving back. A successful project is more than quality construction, completed on schedule and within budget. True success is defined by the positive impact each project has on the employees and communities involved. That is exactly what excited me most about Metro Walls, and it’s the reason I am proud to help lead our expansion into this great state.

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