UIC Welcomes Golick as GM of Rockford Corporation
John Golick has recently joined UIC as General Manager of the Rockford Corporation. Golick has nearly thirty years of experience in general and mechanical construction. His leadership roles inside of the industry have included overall management, estimating, business development and marketing. Golick has previously worked at SKW Eskimos, Alaska Mechanical, and various other mechanical and general construction companies.
Golick moved to Anchorage with his family in 1976 and graduated from Dimond High School and received his bachelor of arts from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Golick explained that, “Joining the team at Rockford is a great opportunity and we are going to continue pursuing industrial tank and piping projects across the country.”
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Diving into Alaska Aquaculture
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