Vice President of Sales Gary Clark has been with Monolithic for many years and has become an expert on Monolithic Domes. His expertise and experience with domes was shown in a recent interview with the publication VoyageDallas.
Clark was interviewed for the publication as part of its series on Dallas/Forth Worth area’s most inspiring entrepreneurs and independent businesses. He shares his story about he got involved with Monolithic Domes as well as his involvement in the Italy, TX community.
Below is an excerpt from Gary’s interview about his start with Monolithic and community involvement.
I started working construction early on in life and was always interested in new developing methods and materials. I took a job working w/ a friend spraying a new type of insulation, Poly-Urethane foam. At that job I met and learned about David B. South, his brothers and a new system for constructing dome shaped buildings. I assisted in applying the urethane foam insulation in a few of the new domes they were working on. At a later point, I began working for Monolithic full time. I learned all aspects of the construction method and traveled to many places constructing the dome buildings. In order to become more centrally located the company Monolithic moved to Texas. Since being here I have worn many hats both at Monolithic and in the community. At work, I now head up the Sales force where we promote the advantages of the Monolithic Dome.
I am also involved in my church. Have worked for several years with youth groups helping them to learn about life. I am also involved with the local community theatre group. We produce 5 shows a year. Our shows range from youth readers theaters to full blown musical productions like Fiddler on the roof, Joseph and his amazing technicolor dreamcoat and our current musical, Annie.
We have had a great time as we have constructed Monolithic Domes for many wonderful people and for many different purposes.
Read the full article in VoyageDallas titled ‘Meet Gary Clark of Monolithic Domes’