Cincinnati, OH, February 26, 2013 – Graybach, LLC, one of Cincinnati’s fastest-growing construction companies, is hiring for several new positions to accommodate their continued growth as a commercial contractor, construction management, and design build company.

Graybach recently posted newly created positions on their website at for a Construction Project Manager, a Construction Estimator, and a Construction Superintendent.

“We have a variety of key projects underway, including the General Mills Welfare Expansion in Sharonville, the University of Cincinnati McMicken Gatehouse, and Holtman’s Donuts construction in Over-the-Rhine. It’s time to expand our team to ensure we give each of these projects the time and attention they deserve,” said Graybach owner, Pete Subach. “We’re excited to be hiring at a time when many construction companies are doing the exact opposite.”

Since they began serving the public and private construction markets in 2007, Graybach’s annual revenue has grown from $400,000 to $4,500,000, and they currently have 11 full-time employees. They received the Cincinnati Business Courier’s Fast 55 award in 2011 and 2012 as one of the region’s fastest-growing private companies, finishing in 3rd and 9th place respectively. Graybach was also named to Inc. Magazine’s Inc 500 list of fastest-growing companies nationally, and finished 438th overall.

About Graybach

Graybach, LLC provides commercial, industrial, and residential construction services including new builds, alterations, remodels, tenant improvements, and commercial maintenance to the public and private markets in Cincinnati and surrounding regions. As the area’s fastest-growing construction company, Graybach was founded to provide timely completion, honest pricing, and dedicated project communication to large and small clients alike. To learn more about Graybach, call 513-381-4868 or visit


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