GAINESVILLE - Prime Retail Services announces that Charles Jarvis has been named its new Construction Manager. <br />
Jarvis joined Gainesville-based Prime Retail Services in July 2011. He has been a State licensed General Contractor and Roofing Contractor since 1984 and has experience managing all trades for commercial as well as residential new and remodel construction projects. <br />
President and CEO Donald Bloom said "Charlie brings over 30 years of construction experience to Prime and plays a critical role of managing our licensing and compliance requirements in each state. Charlie passed the NASCLA exam and many other state licensing exams serving as the qualifier in those states. These licenses allow Prime to bid and execute remodel and construction projects in the majority of states, Puerto Rico and Canada." <br />
Prime Retail Services, Inc. is a provider of dedicated retail services to regional and national retailers. These services include merchandising, fixture installation, and construction services. <br />
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