WOOSTER, OH [September 2016] - The Trustees of the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC) recently recognized Seaman Corporation for 25 years of support to Independent Higher Education in Ohio, and the commitment to assisting students to achieve their educational goals. With the support of donors like Seaman Corporation, OFIC raises both unrestricted and restricted gifts. OFIC is committed to distributing those gifts efficiently to independent colleges and universities and strive to be America’s premier state foundation.
WOOSTER, Ohio [June 07, 2016] - Shelter-Rite Architectural Fabrics, a division of Seaman Corporation, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, http://www.architecturalfabrics.com/.
The website has been redesigned with several business objectives in mind, primarily focusing on giving visitors a better onsite experience. The new website is also mobile responsive, allowing customers and visitors to easily locate information no matter where they are.
WOOSTER, Ohio [April 2016] – Seaman Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Gipson to its FiberTite Roofing Systems division. Gipson will serve as the Vice President & General Manager of FiberTite. Gipson will be responsible for the entire value chain from production creation through post-sale support.
“As we continue to grow and expand our roofing division, FiberTite, we’re excited to bring Scott on Board,” said John Crum, President & CEO. “Scott will play a key role in enhancing the customer experience and maintaining FiberTite’s commitment to quality through continued growth of FiberTite as the premier roofing system that our customers have come to know and trust.”
The website has been redesigned in order to give visitors a better user experience as well as give XR Geomembranes the ability to attract, engage, and inform these visitors in a more seamless manner.
“As we grow and evolve as a business, it’s crucial to give potential customers what they need quickly in an age where time is of the essence,” said Felon Wilson, Business Director for the Industrial Fabrics Division. “With the new design, visitors can now find what they need without having to navigate through the entire website. The goal was to make the lives of our customers easier by giving them the tools they need to succeed when they most need them.”
WOOSTER, Ohio [December 16, 2015] –After serving 40 years as CEO, Richard Seaman will be retiring from his current position. He will continue in his role of Chairman of the Board.
Seaman began his 55 year career with the Company at the age of 15, having grown up in the business that his mother and father started in 1949. He enjoyed his time working with his father for 10 years after graduating from Bowling Green State University with an MBA in 1968. His father, Norman Seaman passed away prematurely at the age of 55 in 1978 of lung cancer.
Over the next six years, the young CEO was faced with many business challenges. One major challenge was the loss of Company senior managers to early deaths, including the Vice President of Sales, the Company’s Financial Advisor and its Legal Counsel. These individuals, along with Norman Seaman, held the history of the Company. All were lost in a very short period of time.
WOOSTER, Ohio [December 9, 2015] – Seaman Corporation, a global leader in the development of coated fabric technology, is pleased to announce the promotion of John Crum from President and Chief Operating Officer to Chief Executive Officer and President, effective December 9, 2015.
Prior to being named President and COO in 2014, John served as Co-President, Executive Vice President, and Vice President of Operations in his 18 years of service. He has been an Officer of the company since 2001.
After over 35 years serving as President and CEO, and the last five as CEO and Chairman, Richard Seaman will retire as CEO, but will remain in his role as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Form Meets Function
Deciding on a structure for either single or mixed use recreation activity must start with the concept of what the structure is to accomplish. For the user, attributes for the perfect structure fall into two categories - musts and wants.
Annual International Achievement Awards Recognize Excellence in Specialty Fabrics
Every year, the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) judges hundreds of projects for its International Achievement Awards (IAA). According to IFAI, the IAA is “an annual competition with a goal to promote awareness of the specialty fabrics used in thousands of products and applications.”
Burns & McDonnell, an international engineering, architecture, and consulting firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, released a new project profile featuring the state-of-the-art fuel storage facility at Point Loma, CA. A copy of the TechBrief can be viewed below.