Quadrant Homes promotes two new VPs

Quadrant Homes, a local home builder, this month announced two promotions within the company’s senior management team in support of multi-family housing projects and the premium customer experience.

Bryan C. Jones, formerly director of sales, has been promoted to vice president of sales and marketing. Spencer Wutherich, formerly director of construction, has been promoted to vice president of purchasing and multi-family operations.

“Bryan and Spencer have each made significant contributions to Quadrant, building strong teams and demonstrating a commitment to our employees and customers,” said Ken Krivanec, president of Quadrant Homes. “They have helped Quadrant present an increasingly diverse portfolio while providing a top-level customer experience.”

These promotions follow 2016 hires of new purchasing managers, land development managers, and corporate concierge positions designed to deliver on Quadrant’s premium value proposition.

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