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In our latest installment of our Simplex Homes Podcast, host Dave Mertz, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Simplex, has a conversation with my friend and colleague Dave Boniello, Vice President at Simplex Homes. Having worked together for over twenty years at Simplex. they collaborated, along with Simplex owner and President Pat Fricchione Jr., on an exciting new program.
This podcast offers insight into what roll Simplex Homes is playing during the pandemic that could offer an uplifting positive outcome. They highlight Simplex’s new initiative, “Hometowns Hero’s Rebate” This rebate offers qualified “essential workers” employed during our nations crisis an opportunity to receive a $5,000.00 rebate paid to directly to them from Simplex Homes.
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Dave Boniello approaches his job from a unique perspective – over his 30 year career he has experience across all phases of construction from customer to carpenter to Simplex executive. He is another of the Simplex team that rose from an entry level construction job to his management role with Simplex.
Dave has been with Simplex for almost three decades. Over that time he has held multiple positions including Multi-Family Sales Manager. He has extensive experience working with commercial customers on often highly complex projects.
Dave Boniello has played a key role in all large scale projects Simplex has built over the past twenty years including The Cottages at The Hershey Hotel, Marywood University Dormitories, Bancroft Green Philadelphia (registered with the certification goal of LEED Platinum), The Villas at Happy Valley (high-end townhome style student housing built for a private developer at Penn State University) and many more.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]