Perma-Seal News and Information
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. – Perma-Seal Basement Systems is proud to announce the promotion of Joel Spencer to Supply Chain Director. Mr. Spencer has been a vital member of the Perma-Seal Tribe since 2004, and has been warmly welcomed by his new team. Mr. Spencer is eagerly anticipating the launch of a new inventory management system that will enhance inventory control at all three Perma-Seal warehouse locations. As with many construction-based companies, the supply department has a unique opportunity to greatly impact the organization as a whole as well as the client experience.
Mr. Spencer, former Senior Production Manager, is excited to use his past experience coupled with his leadership skills to continue moving Perma-Seal forward with the integration of a full-service plumbing department and new product lines. “I am extremely excited to have this opportunity to help lead and further develop our team and processes,” Mr. Spencer said. “I have a passion for learning, and this will help me develop knowledge and experience in another important department at Perma-Seal.”
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. -- Perma-Seal Basement Systems is proud to announce that Executive Vice President Laura Ann Spencer has been named a 2016 Woman of Influence award winner. This is the second annual induction of women, hosted by Chicago Business Journal. The award focuses on women business leaders who foster environments that create more successful women in the future.
The winners include female business leaders in the Chicago metropolitan area who demonstrate outstanding marketplace achievements as well as commitments to their local community and a focus on mentoring. They were selected by a group of advisers and editors from the American City Business Journal, a parent company of Chicago Business Journal.
President & Founder of Perma-Seal Basement Systems, Roy Spencer, sits among the presents for the Allendale Association kids.
DOWNERS GROVE, IL - ‘Tis the season of giving, and giving back to the community! This past holiday season, the Perma-Seal Basement Systems’ Tribe was excited to bring joy to children at the Allendale Association. They sponsored over 50 children that otherwise may not have had any gifts to open this Christmas. Perma-Seal Tribal Members chose the children he/she would “adopt”, then purchased and wrapped the child’s presents from his or her own wish list.
The children from the Allendale Association were grateful for the many donations. Each year for the holidays, Perma-Seal contributes to a local charity or non-profit organization. For the past two years, the individual members of the Tribe have happily donated to the Allendale Association kids.
Pictured above from left to right, Carl Jacobson, BBB Chair; Hosea Sanders of ABC 7 News; Roy and Laura Ann Spencer of Perma-Seal; and Steve J. Bernas, President & CEO of BBB Chicago and Northern Illinois.
DOWNERS GROVE, IL - The Better Business Bureau (BBB) spotlights companies that exemplify ethical business practices. Perma-Seal Basement Systems is honored to announce that it has received the prestigious 2016 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
“Customer service is a key aspect on which the independent judges evaluate all Torch Award entries,” said Steve J. Bernas, President and CEO of the BBB serving Chicago and Northern Illinois.
“Without this clear focus on customers, business cannot be truly successful. Ethics is not just a statement; ethics is an action, a deed, a philosophy that drives people, a manner of conducting one’s self, and of simply doing the right thing. That is exactly the reason Perma-Seal has been honored. The entire Perma-Seal team should be proud of their accomplishments.”