FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 31st, 2020
Septagon Construction welcomes Marvin Maples as President of our Liberty office
(Liberty, Missouri) – Septagon Construction, a design-build general contracting and construction management company located throughout Missouri and Iowa, is proud to welcome Marvin Maples as President of our Liberty office.
Maples will be responsible for new business development, maintaining existing customer relationships, and managing the overall direction of the Liberty office.
Maples comes to us with 40 years of experience in the industry as both an architect and general contractor with an emphasis on design-build projects in both the private and public sectors. He received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado, is a
member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and holds a Class A General Contractor Certificate from the International Code Council (ICC).
Maples lives in Liberty, MO with his wife, Tammy, of 40 years and their two Brittany’s, Sage and Biscuit. Hobbies include vegetable and flower gardening, canning, fishing, bird watching, shooting and spending as much time as possible with their two grandchildren, Mason age 6 and Emily age 2.
The Maples attend Liberty United Methodist Church and are active in multiple groups and charitable organizations. Together, they are active supporters of Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Center, Heartland Tree Alliance, Missouri Maser Naturalists and are Co-founders of the Rooted in Clay Garden Group in Liberty.
“We are excited about all the changes taking place in our Liberty location and feel like we are getting the momentum to achieve great things in the market with Maples leadership”, said Stace Anderson, President-Septagon Industries.
Septagon Construction’s corporate office is located in Sedalia, with three other Missouri facilities
located in Liberty, Jefferson City, and Columbia. Septagon’s Iowa facilities are located in Grimes and
Cedar Rapids. For more information on the services offered by Septagon Construction visit