The Post-Tensioning Institute has announced the selection of Scott Greenhaus for a two-year term as president. President of VSL, he brings 25 years of
The Post-Tensioning Institute has announced the selection of Scott Greenhaus for a two-year term as president. President of VSL, he brings 25 years of experience in structural repair, strengthening and protection of existing structures, as well as extensive expertise in comprehensive repair analysis. He has been involved in all facets of repair including high-rise exterior restoration, parking structure and civil structure repair, as well as post-tensioning systems for bridges, buildings and other civil structures. The author of numerous papers related to concrete repair and strengthening, Greenhaus has served on the board of directors of PTI and the International Concrete Repair Institute and is a member of the American Concrete Institute and the American Segmental Bridge Institute.
At the Sixth Annual Cement Industry Environment and Energy Awards, presented by Portland Cement Association and Cement Americas magazine during the association’s Spring Meeting in La Jolla., Calif., six cement plants were recognized for their commitment to improving the environment and their communities. The cement industry is dedicated to producing a superior product while continuously challenging manufacturing policies and procedures to minimize our environmental footprint, says PCA Chairman Charlie Sunderland, (Ash Grove Cement).
Plants throughout the U.S. and Canada were cited in six categories: Overall Environmental Excellence Û St. Marys Cement Inc., Charlevoix, Mich.; Outreach Û Holcim (US) Inc., Theodore, Ala.; Environmental Performance Û St. Marys Cement Inc., Bowmanville, Ontario; Land Stewardship Û Cemex, Davenport, Calif.; Innovation Û Cemex, Knoxville, Tenn.; and, Energy Efficiency Û California Portland Cement Co., Mojave, Calif.