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Szolwinski helps make Cordeck Building Solutions innovative
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Szolwinski helps make Cordeck Building Solutions innovative

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Richard Szolwinski

Richard Szolwinski is the operations director for Cordeck, a manufacturer and distributor of corrugated steel decking and other building construction accessories.

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On the Job is a weekly feature of the Kenosha News, profiling workers in our community. We’re interested in all manner of jobs and employment. To participate, email James Lawson at jlawson@kenoshanews.com.

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