Allan Breidenbach Will Lead Wick BuildingsNovember 19, 2018
Wick Buildings Inc. Board of Directors announced that Allan Breidenbach has been selected as Wick’s new President. Breidenbach assumed the role on November 12, 2018, bringing over 25 years of construction-related leadership and experience.
“Wick Buildings has a strong reputation and history within the market. I am thrilled to be joining the team to help build on a strong legacy,” said Breidenbach. “Wick has a bright future with strong manufacturing capabilities, technical expertise, local builders and a wonderful culture. Together we are One Wick and our job will be to share these strengths with the market and help our builder partners grow their businesses profitably.”
Breidenbach succeeds Tom Wick, who will continue to serve as Vice Chairman on the Board of Directors. Breidenbach’s appointment to the role of President concluded a rigorous national search for Wick Building’s next leader by the Board of Directors.
“Allan has a great deal of positive energy with a proven ability to recruit top talent, implement innovative technologies, lead Lean Six Sigma continuous improvement, and build and coach teams both in the office and in the field,” stated Darrell Kolstad, Chairman of Wick Buildings’ Board of Directors. “The Board is also delighted to report that Tom Wick will remain with Wick Buildings for the next couple of months to provide a smooth transition in leadership.”
Prior to his appointment as President of Wick Buildings, Inc., Breidenbach’s experiences included serving as CEO/President of U.S. Fence Solutions, Vice President of Wisconsin Building Supply and founder of his own construction company.
In continuous operations since 1954 and with nearly 75,000 buildings completed, Wick Buildings provides post-frame structures for agricultural, dairy, equine, residential storage, municipal, commercial and light industrial markets. Wick Buildings are sold by independent builders, and built by independent builders and Wick crews who live and work in their local communities.