Adonel Concrete, South Florida’s largest privately-owned concrete company, has promoted Deyanirhah Montalvan to vice president of operations. The announcement was made by Luis Garcia, president.
Montalvan will be responsible for managing the daily operations of the company’s plant managers, ready mix concrete drivers and mechanics along with overseeing the customer service programs and initiatives. An employee with Adonel Concrete for 10 years, she previously served as operations manager.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to work within the construction industry at a company that I feel so passionate about and to be able to offer its customers the very best service,” said Montalvan.
A Miami native, Montalvan earned an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration from Miami Dade College.
Founded in 1984 by Luis Garcia, Adonel Concrete maintains 12 plants in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Fort Pierce. In 2010, Adonel expanded its operations to Haiti to help rebuild damaged areas. The company now operates three plants in Haiti and is supplying concrete for a number of projects in Port-au-Prince. Adonel has more than 210 employees and a fleet of 150 trucks.