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National Institute of Building Sciences Board Welcomes Four New Members

Parul Dubey on June 13, 2023 - in News, People

New slate of board officers also recently were elected to serve one-year terms, starting October


(WASHINGTON, DC) – The National Institute of Building Sciences has added four new members to the board of directors.

John (JC) Hudgison, CBO, Assoc. AIA, serves as Construction Services Center Manager and Chief Building Official with the City of Tampa, Florida. Hudgison’s career has included building inspections, code enforcement, and the development of construction plans and specifications for the Columbus Consolidated Government in Georgia. In Florida, Hudgison oversees building and site plan review, permitting and inspection processes for code compliance, and develops procedures for the issuance of permits for all structures.

Monika Serrano serves as Resilience Program Manager with Turner Construction Company. Serrano is a climate leader and critical thinker, who’s passionate about creating value through the development, communication, and implementation of climate-related initiatives and practices. Serrano has more than 18 years of experience in the construction project management sector.

Justin L. Boone, Principal and Unit Manager with Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., joins NIBS with a strong background in building science consulting and architectural design. Boone has broad-based experience in enclosure design, peer design review, field-based evaluation, testing, and project management. His expertise includes the design of high-performance building enclosure systems, building enclosure commissioning, and forensic analysis of existing buildings with enclosure-related deficiencies.

Bruce Risley, RA, CCM, is Senior Vice President of ARCADIS’ Infrastructure Business Line and serves as Executive Director of Operations, leading the West Region Buildings Market Sector. Risley has more than 30 years of experience in the planning and delivery management of large scale, public and private sector, capital improvement programs and projects involving both vertical and horizontal construction.

“NIBS welcomes these leaders, who come with powerful expertise, strategy, and influence,” said AC Powell, JD, CPS, President and CEO of NIBS. “Our Board of Directors works hard to serve the U.S. built environment and the nation. We look forward to working with these new members.”

Hudgison, Serrano, and Boone start their terms in October. Risley took office during the May board meeting.

New Board Officers

The NIBS board officers also were elected to serve one-year terms. They include:

  • Chair – Thomas H. Phoenix, Sr., PE, FASHRAE, LEED-AP, CPL Architects and Engineers, PC
  • Vice Chair – Darrell X. Rounds, FMA, C.E.M., Senior Manager, Global Workplace Risk Mitigation, General Motors
  • Treasurer – Charlie (Chuck) D. Curlin, Jr., PE, CEM, CPD, Principal, Shultz Engineering Group
  • Secretary – Sandra Benson, Vice President, Industry Transformation, Procore Technologies

Board Member Judy Dinelle, CGP, CAPS, AMA, Building Ambassador with 84 Lumber Company, also was reelected for a three-year term.

The National Institute of Building Sciences Board of Directors is comprised of up to 21 members. The President of the United States, with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoints six members to represent the public interest. The remaining 15 members are elected from the nation’s building community and include both public interest representatives and industry voices.

Learn more about the NIBS Board of Directors.

About NIBS

National Institute of Building Sciences brings together labor and consumer interests, government representatives, regulatory agencies, and members of the building industry to identify and resolve problems and potential issues around the built environment. NIBS is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. For more information, visit nibs.org or follow @bldgsciences on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.


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