OUR TEAM

 

We are a tight-knit family owned company with years of experience in the construction industry. We care about safety, accuracy, and efficiency. Interested in joining the team?

 

Bruce Menz

President

After serving in the U.S. Army for 6 years, Bruce went to work for an excavating firm for several years. It was then that he realized he wanted to go into business for himself. In 1987 the decision was made to expand the company, and Utilities Unlimited Inc. was formed. Bruce was also previously on the Board of Directors for the Associated Utility Contractors.

Nancy Menz

Office Manager / Finance

Before starting with U.U.I., Nancy worked in customer service and accounting departments through 1987. She has since become the office manager and handles all of the financial aspects of U.U.I.

Jim Parrish

Estimator / Project Manager

Since 1983 Jim has been in the construction business. Jim joined Utilities Unlimited in 1998 and has been very beneficial since. Jim is the head estimator here at U.U.I. and also handles much of our project management. Jim attended the University of Baltimore.

Jon Menz

Superintendent

After working primarily during the summer months while attending school, Jon joined UUI full time in 2007. He graduated from Frostburg State University with a degree in Business Management.

Andrew Farina

Estimator / Project Manager

Andrew joined UUI as an estimator in 2010, after working the last 10 years in the construction industry. Andrew is a graduate of Towson University, where he earned a degree in Finance.

Tommy Smith

Estimator

While pursuing his college degrees, Tommy worked part-time in the concrete division of the construction industry. After graduating in 2009, Tommy began a career in the heavy civil construction industry, and in 2015 Tommy joined the UUI team as an Estimator. Tommy is a graduate of UMBC and Appalachian State University.

Steve Myers

Foreman

Will Tasker

Foreman

Rich Merryman

Foreman

Ronnie Jones

Foreman

Jeff Hodges

Foreman

ANDY FRANKS

Foreman

Charles “CJ” Kouneski

Foreman

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