Structural Group’s Emmons heads Construction Industry Round Table

Sources: Construction Industry Round Table, Washington, D.C.

The Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT) elected Peter Emmons, president and CEO of Baltimore-based Structural Group Inc. and a top American Concrete Institute-recognized concrete repair authority, as 2022-23 Chair during its Annual Spring Conference in Washington, D.C. He succeeds Greg Cosko, his counterpart with Hathaway Dinwiddie, San Francisco. 

Peter Emmons

CIRT is comprised of approximately 125 chief executives from companies performing work domestically and overseas. “Our organization fosters collaboration, bringing design and construction leaders from across the country together to focus on the growth of our industry,” says Emmons. 

“Peter brings a dedication and perspective to the critical issues facing our community especially as they relate to safety concerns that have led to essential cultural changes in our design and construction firms,” adds CIRT President Mark Casso, Esq.  

Joining Emmons and Immediate Past Chairman Cosko as 2022-23 CIRT officers are Vice Chairman Henry Massman, president and CEO of Massman Construction, Overland Park, Kan., and Treasurer Deryl McKissack, president and CEO of McKissack & McKissack, Washington, D.C. Named to three-year terms are Gayle Packer, president and CEO of Terracon, Olathe, Kan.; 

Victor Sanvido, senior vice president of Southland Industries, Irvine, Calif.; Robert Scaer, chairman of Gannett Fleming, Harrisburg, Pa,; and, David Zachry, president and CEO of Zachry Construction Corp., San Antonio, Texas.