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Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Announces New Board Chairman and Directors

Parul Dubey on March 15, 2018 - in Corporate, News

CHICAGO – Today, the members and board of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute  announced that they have elected a new chairman and several new directors to their 2018 board  of directors. Standard Concrete Products, Inc. President Mason Lampton is the incoming president, replacing outgoing board president and Wells Concrete President and CEO Daniel Juntunen, and will join nine new directors helping lead the organization in the upcoming year.

“Mason is a leader on our board and we are fortunate to have him step into the chairman’s position,” said PCI President and CEO Bob Risser, P.E. “This is an exciting time for our industry, and we look forward to Mason’s drive and knowledge as we continue to look for ways to demonstrate precast concrete’s role in the marketplace of building and infrastructure solutions.”

Lampton is the president and co-owner of Standard Concrete Products, Inc. SCP is based in Columbus, Georgia and delivers concrete products for bridge and marine construction across the Southeast from three locations: Tampa, Atlanta, and Savannah. The family-owned company traces its roots back to the 1890s, and Lampton said his family’s long tradition in the business drives his passion for PCI’s ongoing commitment to technical leadership.

“I look forward to expanding PCI’s important leadership role in the buildings and infrastructure markets through our increased involvement in the government affairs arena and in new areas of value to our members such as workforce development that we are undertaking,” said Lampton. “I also plan to continue strengthening our board’s commitment to the work PCI does, including research and development, education, and marketing, that increases the number of projects for which precast/prestressed concrete systems are considered the best solution among our

In addition to Lampton’s appointment, two other officers were elected to the 2018 PCI Board of Directors: Keith Wallis, Jr., FPCI, of Prestressed Casting Company was elected vice chairman; and J. Seroky of High Concrete Group was elected secretary-treasurer.

The following individuals complete the slate of PCI’s 2018 Board of Directors: Todd J. Adams of JVI, Inc.; Ned M. Cleland, PhD, P.E., FPCI of Blue Ridge Design, Inc.; J. Matt DeVoss of Jackson Precast, Inc.; Jim Fabinski of EnCon Colorado; Dennis Fink of Northeast Prestressed Products, LLC; Greg Force, P.E., FPCI, FASCE of Tindall Corp.; Ashley Fortenberry, C.F.A., of Tindall Corp.; Gregory Gibbons, C.F.A., of Gibbons Erectors Inc.; Daniel Kennedy, of Sidley Precast Group, A Division of R.W. Sidley, Inc.; Loren Later of Knife River Prestress; Joseph Lombard of Lombard Architectural Precast Products Co.; Mark McKeny of Coreslab Structures (Tampa) Inc.; Monty Oehrlein of Coreslab Structures (Texas) Inc.; Michael Paris, P.E., of Ross Bryan Associates, Inc.; Daniel Parker of Rocky Mountain Prestress; Cheryl Rishcoff, P.E., of TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.; John E. Saccoman, Molin Concrete Products Co.; Bob Sheehan of BASF Corp.; Rob Smith of Tindall Corp.; Christopher Speck of Oldcastle Precast; Glen Switzer, LEED AP, of Dura-Stress, Inc.; Kimberly Wacker of Spancrete; Gary Wildung of FDG, Inc.; Bradley Williams of Clark Pacific – Fontana; and John Dobbs of PCI Mountain States.

About PCI
The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute is the technical institute and trade association for the precast concrete structures industry. PCI develops, maintains, and disseminates the Body of  Knowledge for designing, fabricating, and constructing precast concrete structures. PCI provides technical resources, certification for companies and individuals, continuing education, and much more.

PCI members include precast concrete manufacturers, companies that provide products and services to the industry, precast concrete erectors, and individual members such as architects, consultants, contractors, developers, educators, engineers, materials suppliers, service providers, and students. For more information, visit www.pci.org.

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