Tarlton Hires John Roby as Leader for Concrete Restoration Market

Tarlton Corp., a St. Louis-based general contracting and construction management firm and a member of multiple AGC chapters, has hired John Roby as leader for the firm’s Concrete Restoration Division.
In this new role, Roby is helping the Tarlton team provide expert concrete restoration services to owners and property managers, including clients operating parking structures, commercial buildings and industrial facilities. He brings to Tarlton extensive management and sales experience.
"Tarlton has been providing expert concrete design, construction, repair and restoration services for nearly 70 years," said Matthew Pfund, Tarlton senior vice president. "John is a great addition to the Tarlton concrete restoration team. His skills and industry experience are key assets in delivering efficient solutions to execute high-quality concrete projects on time and on budget."   
Roby holds a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Missouri State University in Springfield. He resides in St. Louis. 

Tarlton is a recognized regional leader in concrete construction, repair and maintenance of all types, with current and recent clients in the concrete restoration market including BJC HealthCare, CBRE, City of St. Louis Board of Public Service, Holladay Properties, Standard Parking, The Parking Spot and the U.S. General Services Administration. Tarlton recently was awarded one of the construction industry’s highest honors, a 2015 Alliant Build America Award, for its management of the $90 million, LEED® Gold Olin Business School Expansion (Knight and Bauer Halls) at Washington University in St. Louis. 

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