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CRS welcomes new construction, service manager

CRS welcomes new construction, service manager

VERONA, Wis. — Commercial Recreation Specialists (CRS) is expanding its capabilities with the addition of Jon Wills, who joined the CRS team as a regional construction and service manager, the company announced today.

He will be an essential component in expanding the services offered through CRS, the release explained, adding that Wills started his new role April 3 and is already proving to be a key resource for our aquatic and land-based recreation projects.

Jon Wills

With more than 15 years of construction experience, Wills comes to CRS with the knowledge and expertise to help CRS continue to provide full service recreation solutions. Throughout his career, he has had the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of construction projects within commercial and residential markets and has an extensive track record of successful projects, the release explained.

With his project management expertise, Wills will be available to provide services to both public and private sector clients on Splashpads, lightning detection service, playgrounds and site amenities projects.

“I am eager to expand our service capabilities with the addition of Jon and I know he will be an integral part of our team as we continue to widen our scope,” said CRS President Ron Romens. “With Jon’s construction experience and skill set there will be extensive benefits to our clients and their overall satisfaction as CRS continues to expand our service offering.”

SOURCE: Commercial Recreation Specialists press release

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