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Leslie Molke Phones & Addresses

  • Copley, OH
  • Richfield, OH
  • Espyville, PA

Work

Company: Nova chemicals/ syntheon inc. Apr 2006 to Sep 2013 Position: Construction mgr./ r&d

Education

Degree: Vocational Diploma School / High School: Craford County Vo-Tech / Conneaut Lake High School 1976 to 1977 Specialities: Arcitecural Millwork/ Do-Co-Op on the job trainning

Industries

Management Consulting

Resumes

Resumes

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Construction Mgr./ R&Amp;D At Nova Chemicals/ Syntheon Inc.

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Position:
Construction Mgr./ R&D at Nova Chemicals/ Syntheon Inc.
Location:
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
Industry:
Management Consulting
Work:
Nova Chemicals/ Syntheon Inc. since Apr 2006
Construction Mgr./ R&D

Specialty Construction Services 1996 - 2006
Owner / Project Management / Consultant

Union 1987 - 1996
Journeyman Mason
Education:
Craford County Vo-Tech / Conneaut Lake High School 1976 - 1977
Vocational Diploma, Arcitecural Millwork/ Do-Co-Op on the job trainning

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Leslie P Molke
President
LPM Equities, LLC
Concrete Contractors. Concrete - Stamped & Decorative. Mason Contractors. Contractors - General
4700 Medina Rd, Copley, OH 44321
(330) 666-0027
Mr. Leslie P Molke
President
LPM Equities, LLC
Concrete Contractors. Concrete - Stamped & Decorative. Mason Contractors. Contractors - General
4700 Medina Rd, Copley, OH 44321
(330) 666-0027

Publications

Us Patents

Method Of Constructing An Insulated Shallow Pier Foundation Building

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US Patent:
20090202307, Aug 13, 2009
Filed:
Dec 1, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/325611
Inventors:
Ginawati Au - Aliquippa PA,
Bret McLean - Cortland OH,
Leslie Molke - Copley OH,
Frank Kovatch - Pittsburgh PA,
Jeffrey Beaman - Monaca PA,
Robert Stoffa - Cranberry Township PA,
Justin Rubb - Coraopolis PA,
Assignee:
NOVA CHEMICALS INC. - Moon Township PA
International Classification:
E02D 5/00
US Classification:
405233
Abstract:
A method of constructing a shallow pier foundation building that includes a) placing a plurality of insulating pier forms along a perimeter of the building; b) placing a plurality of insulating concrete forms between the insulating piers to form a continuous insulating surface to the surrounding soil and a continuous forming surface to provide a slab form; c) placing a concrete composition in the insulating piers and insulating concrete forms and allowing the concrete composition to cure and harden; and d) placing a concrete slab composition in the slab form and allowing the concrete composition to cure and harden.
Leslie P Molke from Copley, OH, age ~62 Get Report