With a rich background in Masonry as well as specialty flooring experience, Glen has been well-respected in this field since 1981. Glen joined Hascall & Hall 29 years ago and has continued to grow and succeed with the company through the years. As Estimator/ Project Manager, Glen has most responsibility for the management of each masonry project. Glen takes on all phases of client relations, estimates, bidding and proposals for masonry. Along with his decades of experience he also has a great list of certifications that make him a well-rounded employee. He is OSHA 10 and 30 certified, fork lift and aerial lift certified, Edison Coating and Cathedral Stone certified. If you are looking to contact a restoration contractor who will assure the highest in quality and care you need Hascall & Hall; contact Glen at [email protected]
As a second-generation craftsman, CJ has followed his family’s path in Specialty Contracting which has been infused into him since before he was able to work for Hascall & Hall and now has almost a decade of experience. Starting from the ground up CJ is now an Estimator/ Project Manager, with most of his responsibility stemming from managing each specialty flooring project, (epoxy, MMA, and urethane as well as concrete polishing). CJ’s job functions include but are not limited to estimates, bidding, proposals, managing crews, client relations and will often help our crews apply floors. Along with his experience, CJ is accompanied by a list of certifications that include being a certified installer for all Dur-A-Flex, Neogard, Diamatic and Retro Plate applications as well as being OSHA 10 and 30 certified. If you are looking to contact a flooring contractor who will assure the highest in quality and care you need Hascall & Hall; contact CJ at [email protected].
Nate attended Southern New Hampshire University where he played NCAA Hockey and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and minor in finance. After graduation he worked on developing his management skills in the workforce with the talks of someday joining the Hascall & Hall team. After many conversations, Nate wanted to become part of the second generation of Hascall & Hall and joined the team in 2019 to bring his accounting and management skills to the business. After a few years he now runs the day-to-day operations in the office as well as all aspects of maintaining the financial well-being of the company. He also trains our new hires, is our safety coordinator, fleet maintenance supervisor, oversees bids and proposals and is OSHA 30 certified.
Arthur Hall and Bruce Hascall became partners in a masonry restoration and waterproofing company when they landed their fist big job -- cleaning the Union Station building in Portland, ME.
Purchased by Edwin Smith and Rudolph Violette who continued to run the company together for more than 25 years, up until 1992.
Purchased by Tim O'Neil, who bought the Hascall & Hall name and all its assets. In July of that year Tim hired Rob Bergeron, who is now the current owner.