Manufacturers – February 2022

Maryland-based PERI Formwork Systems Inc. has named three industry veterans to lead enterprise-wide sales efforts as the nation prepares for the first sizable investment in infrastructure construction in decades: Klaus Wyld, senior vice president of Formwork Sales, transitioning from the post of vice president of Sales for the Building South division and interim vice president of Civil; Joe Capozzi, vice president of Civil and Industrial Sales, who arrives with 35-plus years’ construction experience, more than half gained in concrete formwork; and, Rich DelGiacco, who will continue as vice president of Sales, Building North division, and remain Peri USA’s longest tenured team member. 

Atlanta-based White Cap Supply has added Nashville, Tenn. concrete reinforcement and accessories capacity formerly under building products distributor Cook & Boardman Group. “This location will allow us to provide expanded rebar services to our customers in a fast-growing market,” says White Cap CEO John Stegeman. “We are excited to continue to deliver exceptional service thanks to this new strong talent and capabilities in the Mid-South market.”

Hampshire, Ill. concrete curing and sealing product developer W.R. Meadows has named Isaac Sorensen to the new role of national architectural sales manager, leading a growing team of architectural specialists in North America. He joined the company in 2018 as a dedicated architectural specialist in the Northeastern U.S., focusing on large metropolitan areas such as New York City. In his new role, Sorensen will oversee all architectural strategies and objectives across the U.S.

White Cap Supply has named Scott Vuchetich as executive vice president – Marketing and president – Americas. He will have responsibility for the commercial and operations activities in the Americas region, and will also lead the global marketing function, including all product management, commercial marketing, digital/e-commerce, marketing communications, and branding efforts. He arrives from Brady Corp., a global manufacturer of safety, identification, and compliance products. Most recently, he led Brady’s People ID division, a global business designing, manufacturing, and selling a comprehensive range of highly engineered products.


Harsco Environmental, a division of Camp Hill, Pa.-based Harsco Corp., has launched ecoproducts, a new service line that includes 62 offerings for cement, construction and five other industries. Compared to the former Applied Products banner, management notes, the ecoproducts moniker better reflects Harsco Environmental’s positive impact on the environment. The business strives to provide a sustainable alternative to virgin material by being more cost effective and offering higher performance than mined or processed alternatives.

“Where most see waste, we see unimagined value,” says Harsco Environmental Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Russ Mitchell. “Since our inception, Harsco Environmental has been renowned for its vast service offerings and has remained at the front lines for our customers. As we evolve into an environmental solutions provider, we are committed to increasing our sustainable offerings. Our rebranding to ecoproducts better represents what this product line offers to all stakeholders, the industry and our customers.” —