Surrounded by the ProTech Systems Group team, CEO Steve Bargiacchi and President Dan Weddle got an assist from Tom Rieger, senior vice president of Membership Development at the Greater Memphis Chamber, to cut the ribbon to officially announcing ProTech’s newly renovated headquarters.
Also helping cut the ribbon are CFO Ron Brandon and Project Manager Brian Baird, who oversaw the renovation, which took several months to complete. B. Gordin McMurtry, senior VP of commercial lending at Paragon National Bank, also attended, along with Chamber ambassadors and representatives. Paragon was the official sponsor of the ribbon cutting.
The renovation revamped and refurbished the entire headquarters, adding much needed conference rooms and additional team space. ProTech involved its team members in the project, holding contests to name the new conference rooms and the larger, more people-friendly break room for employees.
ProTech, an award-winning company, has provided talent and technology for businesses for more than two decades. It offers talent acquisition, outsourced solutions and management consulting, all designed to offer expertise with personalized customer service.