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Oldcastle Infrastructure Expands Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability Team

pdubey@v1-media.com on May 14, 2019 - in Buildings, News, People

ATLANTA, Ga. (May 14, 2019) – Oldcastle Infrastructure™ is part of the Building Products division of CRH, the largest building materials company in North America. Oldcastle Infrastructure is pleased announce the expansion of the Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) leadership team.

Shaun Larsen is appointed as the West Region EHS&S Director, and Todd Ravazza as the Northern California Area EHS Manager.

Catherine Lyden will lead as our Central Region EHS&S Director, and Lisa Sharp as the Area EHS Manager for Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas.

Kevin Hudson heads up the East Region as EHS&S Director, and Justin Meador as the Area EHS Manager for Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.

Shaun Larsen is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional with global environmental, health, safety leadership experience having worked for several leading pharmaceutical companies. He has a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology & Environmental Occupational Health and Safety. Shaun will be based in Chandler, AZ. 

Todd comes to us with over 25 years of environmental, health, safety and risk management experience in chemical manufacturing, ship building and on-site construction. Todd holds professional certifications as a Safety Management Specialist, Occupational Health & Safety Technician, and Construction Health and Safety Technician. He is currently pursuing his Associate in Risk Management. Todd will be based in Pleasanton, CA.

Catherine (Katy) Lyden is a Certified Occupational Health & Safety Technician, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Emergency Medical Technician and holds a Master of Science in Occupational Safety Management. Katy has worked as an EHS leader for last 13 years for such industrial companies as Mauser Packaging, Westlake Chemical Corporation – Vinyl Products Group and MasterBrand Cabinets. Katy will be based in Houston, TX.

Lisa has more than 15 years of environmental, health and safety experience working with BandIt IDEX, URS, NASA and the American Railroad Association. She also has previous military experience with the United States Air Force and Air Force Reserve as Crew Chief (B-52 and C130) and is an Operation Desert Storm Veteran. Lisa will be based in Littleton, CO.

Kevin is a Board-Certified Safety Professional, holding his Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health Management and has over twenty years of experience as an EHS leader.

Kevin is coming to us from BASF and prior worked for Ingredion (formerly National Starch & Chemical/ICI) and Conagra Foods. Kevin will be based in Atlanta, GA.

Justin is a Board-Certified Safety Professional and has worked for Mylan Pharmaceuticals for the last nine years as a senior-level EHS professional with multi-site responsibility. He holds his Masters in Public Health, Science in Safety Management and in Industrial Hygiene. His geographic responsibility will include Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia and Maryland. Justin will be based in Edgewood, MD.

Oldcastle Infrastructure welcomes them to the team, and we look forward to the contributions  they will make to our employees, customers and the industry.

About Oldcastle Infrastructure
Oldcastle Infrastructure is the leading provider of building materials, products and services for infrastructure projects to several market sectors nationwide, including: Building Structures, Communications, Energy, Transportation and Water. For more information, visit www.oldcastleinfrastructure.com

Oldcastle Infrastructure is part of CRH’s Building Products division. CRH is a leading globaldiversified building materials group, employing c.90,000 people at c.3,700 operating locations in 32 countries worldwide. CRH is the largest building materials company in North America and the second largest worldwide.

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