Arthur has worked for Metal Works of Chicago since 2010. His career with Metal Works of Chicago began with an internship while completing undergraduate studies at Lewis University. After graduation, Arthur accepted a full-time position while still pursuing his MBA. “Working for this company has been nothing less than a great experience. In recent years, our focus has been heavily geared toward metal panel projects. Each and every day brings new challenges that makes this job unique and interesting.” Fluent in Polish, Arthur enjoys connecting with the clients and field personnel with similar backgrounds.
Outside of the office, Arthur’s preferred activity is spending time with family.
Janusz has worked in the architectural sheet metal industry since 1995. For the first 12 years, Janusz worked on-site as a sheet metal installer. Since hanging up his tool belt, Janusz has served Metal Works of Chicago as superintendent. Janusz will tell you that the most exciting aspect of his job is that every project and every day is a new challenge. There are no two days alike and that keeps him on his toes. “One of the great joys at Metal Works of Chicago is working with the seasoned teams we have serving our customers.”
Thomas completed his undergraduate studies at Lewis University, and began at Metal Works of Chicago in 2021 as a project estimator. Being the second generation in roofing, he quickly learned the industry and has been a true asset to the company. He has been able to improve communication amongst customers, office staff, and field personnel. He recognizes where processes need to be streamlined and takes the necessary steps to implement changes that have helped the company grow. “At Metal Works of Chicago, I have been able to learn a side of the industry that I was never able to see before, and I have been able to utilize some of the skills I learned while in school. I’m excited to see how much more I learn in the years to come.”
In his spare time Thomas enjoys watching The Office, spending time with family or biking the treacherous trails of the Midwest.