RSQ Fire Protection announces affiliation with F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 22, 2015
INDIANAPOLIS – RSQ Fire Protection announces its expansion and progression by affiliating with F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company.
Poised for growth, this proactive approach for the future allows RSQ to build upon its already established reputation.
“This is really about looking long term for both companies and securing our future,” said RSQ President Eric Noe.
Established in 2010, RSQ has more than 100 years of fire protection experience at the executive level alone. It is supported by a well-seasoned and experienced staff to facilitate large-scale projects.
RSQ approaches new and long-term clients, like large local healthcare institutions and real estate developers, alike with the same customer service approach. Noe says “it’s about establishing and maintaining relationships.”
“This change enhances the positive growth the employees of RSQ have created since we started. We are excited by the possibilities,” said Noe.
Along with RSQ’s announcement of expansion, it also named Eric Noe as its new president. Noe started working in the construction industry during high school and has never left. His experience spans fire protection, construction management, preconstruction, estimating, and business development.
Phil Kenney, president of F.A. Wilhelm Construction is confident with Noe’s leadership, RSQ Fire Protection will continue to grow. “Eric has a great opportunity before him, and I know he has what it takes to lead.”
By sharing resources and being affiliated with a highly reputable – long lasting construction company like F.A. Wilhelm Construction, this is an opportunity to be progressive.
RSQ Fire Protection is located on the southeast side of Indianapolis and has a new address:
1445 Brookville Way, Suite R
Indianapolis, IN 46239
RSQ Fire Protection is a full-service fire protection company providing design, installation, testing and maintenance of all types of fire suppression systems including water-based, foam-based, clean-agent, carbon dioxide, and water mist.
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