SOURCE: Hellas Construction

Hellas Construction

September 16, 2013 09:55 ET

Hellas Construction, Inc. Promotes Matt Schnitzler to Vice President of Construction

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - September 16, 2013) - Hellas Construction, Inc. has promoted Matt Schnitzler to Vice President of Construction. The Board of Directors unanimously voted to reward Schnitzler for his efforts in assisting Hellas to become the premier sports construction company in North America.

Based in Austin, Texas, Hellas Construction, Inc.'s headquarters, Schnitzler will provide business and operations leadership for the company's construction division. Schnitzler will oversee the construction division's national presence and provide support for the expanding team of project superintendents.

"Matt's abilities have been invaluable to our successes at Hellas Construction. His contributions to providing our clients with his keen attention to detail have yielded outstanding results on some of our most demanding projects," said Reed J. Seaton, President and CEO of Hellas Construction, Inc.

With over 32 years of industry experience, Matt Schnitzler joined Hellas Construction, Inc. as its very first employee. Schnitzler began working at Hellas as a project superintendent. Throughout his tenure and working his way up the ranks, he became a certified track and field builder. To date, Schnitzler has built over 1,000 running tracks and synthetic turf fields.

About Hellas Sports Construction
Hellas Sports Construction is a nationwide contractor with a strong reputation for delivering premium-quality sports construction projects across the United States. In addition, Hellas has the ability to custom-manufacture and install proprietary brands of synthetic surfaces for field sports, running tracks, and tennis courts, by controlling all related operations. In addition to a headquarters in Austin, Hellas operates several US-based offices. Clients include the NFL Experience, AT&T Stadium formerly Cowboys Stadium, Baylor University, University of California, Berkeley, Idaho State University, the Alamodome, Northern Arizona University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of San Diego, University of Georgia and various other prominent high schools, collegiate institutions and stadiums. For more information, visit,

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