Mammoth Restoration Promotes John Warnick to Advance Customer-First Mentality for Large Loss Commercial Projects


Mammoth Restoration, a nationwide expert in restoration and repair from water, fire and smoke damage with brick and mortar locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New Jersey, today announced that John Warnick has been promoted to Director of National Projects.

John brings to Mammoth Restoration over a decade of experience in mitigation, restoration and repair work, and a keen ability to address customer pain points and deliver maximum value to each commercial or residential project he leads.

As Director of National Projects, John will be responsible for overseeing production and helping to build out Mammoth Restoration’s vertical markets. He will work closely with the business development team to build relationships on the regional and national levels, and remain a key driver for generating new business opportunities.

“Simply put, John is a top talent. Since no two losses are the same, he is constantly assessing the job and looking for innovative ways to help the customer get back in business as fast as possible. Our customers typically have four main areas of concern to reduce business interruption: speed of completion, quality of work, next-level communication and safety. John works with every customer to develop a critical path forward to address each job, whether it’s getting a hospital emergency room operational or a school open after a hurricane,” Jon Vogt, President of Mammoth Restoration, said. “John has a customer first mentality and consistently delivers on ‘The Mammoth Experience’, finding a way to help customers even if it’s outside of restoration. His communication style is both straightforward and sincere.”

John has a deep knowledge of job setup and production for large and complex losses. He has his Triple Masters through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA), and multiple certificates from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).”

Jon Vogt continued, “John and I have worked together for over a decade. His skillset is second to none, and the entire Mammoth team is looking forward to seeing John excel in his new role.”

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