Delmarva Veteran Builders Welcomes Rich Hertzog and Amanda Hagan to the Team

Amanda Hagen

Amanda Hagen

SALISBURY, Md. – September 21, 2018 – Delmarva Veteran Builders, the region’s only commercial construction firm dedicated to bringing employment to U.S. Armed Forces Veterans, announced the addition of Amanda Hagen to the administrative team and Rich Hertzog as a project manager. 

“As we continue to grow and expand our team, DVB is positioned to keep up with the market, plan ahead and provide quality construction for all of our clients,” said Chris Eccleston, Delmarva Veteran Builders. 

Amanda started at the beginning of September as an administrative assistant. She is responsible for assisting project managers and the estimator, handling operation and maintenance manuals, submittals and requests for information. She has two years of work experience in construction administration. Prior to her work in construction Amanda worked as a medical secretary for 6.5 years. 

“It is nice to work for a company with a great reputation and team,” said Amanda. “Everyone has been so helpful and nice to work with. I am proud to say I work for DVB and am looking forward to learning more about the trade.” 

Out of the office Amanda enjoys camping, hiking, boating and travel. She has a daughter, Kayla, fiancé, Brian and cat, Winnie. 

Rich Hertzog

Rich Hertzog

Rich started in August as a project manager and is responsible for running several job sites to completion and delivery. He comes with 15 years of running his own hardscaping business and was also a project manager for a concrete restoration company. He also has roofing experience from when he lived in Pennsylvania. 

“I was welcomed with open arms,” said Rich. “I’m honored to wear the shirt and be known as part of the DVB team. It is nice to feel like you are part of a family when you’re at work.” 

Rich lives in Salisbury with his wife Danielle and two daughters, Riley, 11 and Laci, 8. The 

family also has a dog, three cats and a couple Guinea pigs. He enjoys paddle boarding, going to Assateague and taking in a good hockey game.

Jenny Kerr Schroen