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U.S. Concrete’s Johnson chairs CIM National Steering Committee

Sources: Concrete Industry Management /National Steering Committee, Silver Spring, Md.; CP staff

The CIM National Steering Committee (NSC) has elected officers to terms beginning July 1: Chairman Wally Johnson, vice president of Marketing & Sales for U.S. Concrete Inc.; Vice Chairman Alan Nedza, director of Sales, BASF Admixture Systems North America; Secretary/Treasurer Nicole Maher, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association chief operating officer; and, Immediate Past Chairman Michael Schneider, vice president of Operations, Baker Concrete Construction.

The 2016-17 NSC board includes: Walter P. Moore Managing Director Randal Beard; American Concrete Pipe Association President Matthew Childs; Trinity Industries Senior Vice President of Development Dr. Rex Cottle; Command Alkon Vice President, Customer Success Steve Cox; RMC Research & Education Foundation Executive Director Julie Garbini; O’Neal Inc. Director of Marketing Brian Gallagher; American Society of Concrete Contractors Executive Director Beverly Garnant; Sika USA Vice President, Target Market Concrete Jamie Gentoso; CIM Patrons of California State University, Chico Chairman Douglas Guerrero; Cemex USA Vice President – Market Development Michael Philipps; Portland Cement Association CEO James Toscas; and, World of Concrete/Informa Exhibitions Editor-At-Large Rick Yelton.

“As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the CIM program, we continue to have the great fortune of a board of directors with industry leaders that bring vast amounts of experience, capability and commitment to the National Steering Committee,” says NSC Executive Director Eugene Martineau, one of the organizers behind the CIM program’s 1996 launch. “Their leadership will be essential as the NSC continues to provide oversight and direction while advancing the CIM program and preparing the next generation of leaders for the concrete industry.”