Earlier this month, Rinehimer Construction Inc. added Michael Dembinski, a seasoned industry pro, to its staff. Dembinski (formerly of Richard Henry Construction) will serve as Rinehimer’s senior VP. This comes at a time when the Pocono Pines-based custom home builder has plans to expand its physical presence, which will occur this summer, as it opens a new office at Historic Downtown Business Square on Route 940 in Pocono Pines. Says company president Bert Rinehimer, “This will better serve both our clients and Realtor family, and will benefit our local community for years to come. I’m very fortunate to have such a loyal and talented team, that through their many years of service, have made this all possible.”
By the end of this summer, Rinehimer Construction will have renovated the new Sand Spring restaurant, formerly the Homestead Inn on Sandspring Road in Cresco. Dembinski says the decision to expand in an economic recession is part of an overall plan for future success. “We had the vision to build a stronger business for better economic circumstances to come, and that’s what we’re doing,” he says.
Caption: From left are Bert and Patty Rinehimer with Michael Dembinski at Lake Naomi.