Bruce Neal — Founder
1958 – 2018
Bruce began Neal Enterprises in 1995 with just a hand-full of tools and his truck. A friend in the industry saw a need for Bruce’s demolition expertise and encouraged Bruce and his wife, Pam, to start their own business. That very first contract is still enshrined in the Neal Enterprises office to this day.
Bruce founded the company on the principles of professionalism, respect, honesty, and integrity. These principles have led to Neal Enterprises becoming known as one of the premier professional demolition services in the area. These core values continue to be embodied by Neal Enterprises’ hard-working employees and that has led to our professional reputation.
He became well known within the construction industry and his community because of his larger-than-life personality and his genuine enjoyment of conversing with others. No matter if they were competitors, close friends, or new acquaintances, he was always willing to lend an ear to listen or simply make small talk.
Bruce was a man of many words and loved to be around people. He recognized the impact a successful family-owned business could have on the local community. Bruce showed his willingness to share the success of Neal Enterprises by creating “The Factory,” a wrestling facility built within the company’s office building. The facility is used by several groups in the local wrestling community to this day. One of those groups, the Manheim Mat Club, awards the Bruce Neal Memorial Scholarship each year to a deserving high school senior wrestler to commemorate Bruce’s profound contribution to his community.
In 2018, Bruce lost his courageous battle with cancer. Although Bruce’s presence is missed, his legacy endures through his family and the employees of Neal Enterprises.
The People of Neal Enterprises, Inc.
Pam and Bruce Neal brought about their vision of B & P Neal Enterprises, Inc. in 1995. Bruce contributed his demolition expertise, while Pam ensured the smooth flow of business operations. After Bruce’s passing in 2018, Pam assumed sole control of the company as President. Now with 25+ years in the industry, Pam is joined by her son, Mark, in the ownership and operation of Neal Enterprises.
Concrete cutting has always been an integral part of the operation of Neal Enterprises. In 2008, Pam saw the growing demand within the industry for concrete cutting services and founded a new division under the Neal Enterprises umbrella, Keystone Concrete Cutting. Under Pam’s leadership, Keystone Concrete Cutting has become a respected and in-demand service company.
In 2022, the Neal Enterprises family of companies grew even larger when Pam acquired Coleman’s Custom Floor Services (CCFS). CCFS previously worked closely on a large number of projects with Neal Enterprises as a subcontractor. When CCFS’s founder, Pete Coleman, expressed his desire to retire after 40 years, the close professional relationship between Pam and Pete made the transition and acquisition seamless.
Vice President / Safety Director
Mark is the son of Bruce and Pam Neal. During summers between college semesters, he worked for Neal Enterprises as a laborer, learning demo from the ground up. He is a 2015 graduate of Slippery Rock University with a BS degree in Safety Management who has his certification from BCSP as a Graduate Safety Professional (GSP). After graduating, he worked as a Safety Coordinator for Azco, Inc. on various jobsites throughout the country. In 2018 he came on board as our Safety Director and is now responsible for the development of safety policies and programs, as well as in-house training to ensure the safety/health and well-being of all employees.
Senior Estimator / Project Manager
Toby started with Neal Enterprises in 1998 as a Field Supervisor. His 15 years of extensive experience in the demolition field coupled with his Accounting B.S. degree from Lock Haven University have provided him the opportunity to become our Senior Estimator in our office since 2013. He is a member of our Safety Committee and has completed numerous OSHA and other safety courses.
Estimator / Project Manager
Josh has been with Neal Enterprises since 1996 working as a Laborer in the field. In 1998, Josh became a Field Supervisor, managing jobs and running heavy equipment. Josh is now in the office as an Estimator, putting all his field experience knowledge into estimating projects.
Operations Manager / Field Supervisor
Chris has been with Neal Enterprises for over 20 years. He has worked his way up the ranks learning the art of demolition. He now serves as the Operations Manager and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the field personnel and jobs. He is a member of our Safety Committee and has completed numerous OSHA and other safety courses.
Superintendent / Equipment Operator / Estimator
Lou has over 25 years of experience in the demolition industry. He is responsible for the careful engineering of all jobs to ensure that they are adequately staffed and performed safely and efficiently. He is a member of our Safety Committee and has completed numerous OSHA and other safety courses. Loeun is our chief heavy equipment operator and is responsible for employee training in heavy equipment operation.
Yvonne started with Neal Enterprises in 2004. She brings with her over 20 years of experience in bookkeeping and financial administration, handling receivables and payables. She takes care of our payroll as well as administering human resources tasks for all of our employees. Yvonne is also commissioned as a Notary Public by the state of PA.
Assistant Project Manager
Jonathan joined Neal Enterprises at the beginning of 2020. He is a 2015 graduate of Millersville University with a degree in Political Science and a focus on Pre-Law. His wide array of experience in the construction, restaurant, and hospitality industries serves us well as he assists in the managing of projects. He has also helped usher in a new initiative of using technology to help the company be more efficient.
Safety is a Priority at Neal Enterprises
Safety is taken seriously at Neal Enterprises. Protection of our employees, customers, and environment is paramount at all times. No job is so important, or no emergency so great, that we cannot take the time to do our work safely.
Our employees are OSHA-trained in the following safety courses:
- 10-Hour OSHA
- 30-Hour OSHA
- Fall Protection
- Rough Terrain Forklift
- Aerial Boom & Scissors Lift
- Crane Rigging & Signaling Qualification
- Adult AED, CPR & Basic Medic First Aid Training