Keith is responsible for managing the overall operations and resources at Riggio/Boron Ltd. He has more than 30 years of experience in the restoration industry. Keith is called upon to use his industry knowledge to innovate new approaches to restoration that provide the best cost and time savings for our clients while still managing our strict work quality and safety standards. His proficiency in project management and hands on approach for each and every project has given Riggio/Boron Ltd. its competitive edge over other restoration companies. Keith is a long time member of the SWRI (Sealant Waterproofing Restoration Institute).
Matt offers architectural and quality control services for Riggio/Boron Ltd. clients. When contracted by our clients, Matt performs building inspections and provides observations on the building’s critical or maintenance issues. Through his architectural expertise and “hands-on” field experience, Matt will provide a report which includes recommendations on how best to address immediate concerns or on-going proactive maintenance, including project pricing. At Riggio/Boron, Matt now provides a “one-stop shop” for consultation, project design and implementation for high-rise building managers and owners. Matt has his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin and he also pursued his Master’s degree at the same institution. He comes to Riggio/Boron with over 25 years experience in project management, consulting, system design and fabrication. Specifically, Matt was involved in the development and detailing of a variety of exterior wall systems for projects in the U.S. and overseas. Matt is active in the Building Enclosure Council (BEC) and the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).
Susan is Riggio/Boron’s office manager and has been with Riggio/Boron for over 5 years. Susan manages all office operations including payroll, accounts payable and receivable. Susan also assists in providing project document support and assists with bid documents.
After over 45 years in the industry, Steven has decided to retire and enjoy life. Even though Steven is retired, he still stops in from time to time to give his advice if needed.
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We are proud of our skilled union workforce. They are trained in the latest products and installation procedures. Our average union employee has been with our company over 10 years. These tenured employees provide the consistency in workmanship which Riggio/Boron’s clients have come to expect.
Management keeps informed of the latest product innovations and industry trends by being active members of the following industry associations: