Western Carolina University Lower Campus Residential Halls

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East Carolina University Life Sciences and Technology Building

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Carroll A. Campbell Jr. US Courthouse

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Annex and Alteration of Charles R. Jonas U. S. Courthouse

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best,
together

Manganaro Southeast is an award-winning subcontracting firm that provides the highest quality of service in the installation of drywall and acoustical, as well as Division 8 (architectural doors, frames and hardware) and Division 10 (specialties) in the Carolinas. The addition of our new Regional Office in Chapel Hill serving the greater Raleigh-Durham area reflects our confidence in our team members and our clients.

In the past 60 years, we have not only constructed but restored a wide array of commercial buildings from healthcare facilities to housing and hospitality. Our success is built on dedication to our core values, commitment to our clients and collaboration with industry partners to deliver the highest quality of work, on time and on budget.

Rob Coyle

President of Manganaro Southeast

Rob has held every position of management over a career spanning 41 years with the Manganaro Organization. This includes leadership and oversight in both the mid-Atlantic and New England markets. Most recently, Rob is charged with opening and developing our office and operations in the Carolinas. There, he is responsible for all aspects of the company’s business plans and activities. Rob holds both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and Master’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Maryland.

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As we continue to grow and succeed, Manganaro offers job applicants a variety of dynamic opportunities to join our industry-leading staff. From field operations to engineering, project management to administrative responsibilities, Manganaro is constantly looking for best-in-class candidates to join our team.

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Bringing the Bible to Life

Please take a look at the article from the September issue of the CISCA magazine Acoustical Interior Construction on our work at the Museum of the Bible.

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