Bill Rahrig is a fifth generation sheet metal worker, so he was basically born to work at QuikCut. He’s been working here for most of his adult life, having started as a welder in 1995. Back then, QuikCut was a small company with just a handful of employees, so everyone had to wear a number of different hats. Even though he was technically only a welder, Bill started to assume his role as operations manager even before he officially received the title. When he saw an opportunity to improve something, he took it upon himself to do it, whether it related directly to his area of expertise or not. That kind of initiative earned Bill his formal title of operations manager in 2000, and he’s played an instrumental role in QuikCut’s growth ever since.
Bill is in charge of all the hands-on, day-to-day production at QuikCut, and oversees every department. His role as a guiding force for QuikCut’s employees is appropriate; Bill has seen and done it all in his 20-plus years with the company. More importantly, Bill knows how important it is to preserve the family environment that has always existed at QuikCut, no matter how big the company grows. It’s what attracts and keeps the best employees in the fabricating business at QuikCut, and helps foster long-lasting relationships with clients who come to know QuikCut as an honest, friendly and easy partner.
Aaron Wood, Apinan Lertpruk, Ben Eubanks, Bill Chaidez, Bryan Gaskill, Charlie Getz, Chris Newport, Cindy Rahrig, Clint Close, Dan Dixon, Darin Hartman, Eduardo Nieto, Eric Frye, James Bennett, Jarod Oliver, Joby Heaton, Joe Bayse, Korey Kord, Leo Polanco, Luis Hernandez, Rex Hathaway, Richard Roussey, Rolando Rodriguez, Ryan Richardson, Savay Phangsri, Tim Wirts, Tom Cady