Stephen Letko

Stephen Letko launched his own firm, SPL Enterprises LLC, in 2000 after a distinguished career in executive positions with companies including Dodson Steel Products, Mills Iron Works and Crane Company. His expertise includes implementation of new markets, restructuring companies to improve their financial position, and developing marketing, quality and employee incentive programs. Contact him at 770-972-8282 or sletko@splenterprises.com.

Articles written by Stephen Letko

The election of Donald Trump has sent a positive message to a besieged industry.  Inauguration is not until January 20th and President Obama has signaled...more...

The PVF market continues reeling from a depressed industrial market fostered by  low-priced oil. As of this writing, WTI is at $43.47 and Brent at...more...

The PVF market has entered the third quarter of the 2016 calendar year still reeling from a depressed industrial market, this from the pressures created...more...

The sluggish PVF market is expected to continue well into the second quarter of the year as the negative effects of the depressed oil pricing...more...

Construction growth in 2015 gained strength as the year progressed from a slow start increasing at a rate of 13 percent over 2014 at closing....more...

Wow!!!! What a difference that events unfolding during the third quarter have had on the markets directly related to the oil industry both upstream and...more...

The first half of the year has not produced stellar results for the construction industry. Publicly funded construction increased 7.3% in March, which marked the...more...

During the first quarter of the year, the industry witnessed an extraordinary phenomenon of tanking crude oil markets taking prices to levels not experienced since...more...

A full year has come to a close with 2014 posting a 5% increase in total construction spending over the year

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Three quarters of the year have come to a close as the total construction spending on a year-to-date basis was...more...

As the first two quarters of 2014 are coming to a close we find that total value of construction put-in-place was approximately 8% above the...more...