ABC Names Two O'Neal Team Members to Council

ABC Names Two O'Neal Team Members to Council

O誰eal, Inc., a Greenville-based integrated design and construction firm, is pleased to announce that two members of its executive team have been named to the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of the Carolinas Upstate (SC) Council痴 2011 leadership team.

Shane Bolding, O誰eal痴 Vice President and Industrial Manufacturing Strategic Business Unit leader, will serve as the group痴 government affairs committee chair. Previously, Bolding held the position of Chairman of ABC痴 Upstate Council board.

Brian Gallagher, Director of Marketing for O誰eal, will take on the position of membership for the leadership team. This is Gallagher痴 first year on ABC痴 Upstate Council board.

ABC痴 Upstate Council is comprised of 130 local and regional member companies in Greater Greenville/Spartanburg/Anderson for which construction is their primary business or a major market of focus. More than 750 individuals from these Upstate companies participate in the organization痴 year-round activities, which include regularly scheduled lunch-and-learn programs, social functions, specialized education and training, involvement in government affairs on both a local and national level, and community service.

About O誰eal, Inc.:
O'Neal, Inc., is an integrated design and construction firm that specializes in project delivery. For 35 years, O誰eal has been successfully delivering capital projects in the automotive, pharmaceutical/biotech, process chemical, manufacturing, energy, and pulp and paper markets worldwide. The company, founded in 1975, is headquartered in Greenville, SC with additional offices in Atlanta, GA, and Raleigh, NC. For more information, please visit

About ABC of the Carolinas:
The Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of the Carolinas represents the merit construction contractors and related firms in North and South Carolina. ABC of the Carolinas is a chapter of the national ABC organization which represents more than 25,000 members. For more information and news, visit