(Pipersville – July 2013) Stephen Worth, President of Worth & Company, Inc. announced the appointments of two key company positions. Ellis “Chip” Shafer will assume the role of Senior Vice President of Mechanical Operations; and Brooke Rodgers has joined Worth & Company to serve as Vice President of Construction Services.
A former company owner, Chip Shafer joined Worth & Company as a member of the Business Development team in 2011. With nearly 40 years’ experience in various industry capacities and specializing in design/ build and design assist, Chip is recognized throughout the industry for providing innovative technical solutions. In his new role, Chip will oversee all mechanical operations for the company’s three offices.
Brooke Rodgers brings 25 years of construction management experience to Worth & Company. Starting his career in the mechanical industry as a draftsman, Brooke has progressed from estimator/project engineer to purchasing manager; and most recently, Vice President of Operations. In his new role at Worth & Company, Brooke will oversee Worth & Company’s logistics, CAD services, warehouse, and
Pre-fabrication and manufacturing facility. Brooke attended Rutgers University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Award-winning Worth & Company is the region’s leading provider of mechanical systems and maintenance services. Established over 35 years ago, Worth & Company leads the industry through superior customer service, innovative solutions, and a broad range of industry experience. Engineering News-Record has ranked Worth & Company among the Top 600 Specialty Contractors in the United States and the company is recognized as one of the “100 Best Places to Work in PA” by Team Pennsylvania Foundation and the Philadelphia Business Journal. Employing nearly 500 people, Worth & Company operates offices in Bucks County and Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania; and New Castle, Delaware.
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