Sources: Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Foundation, Chicago; CP staff
The PCI Foundation Board has appointed Ray Clark as successor to outgoing Executive Director Marty McIntyre, effective mid-September. He will arrive after tours as Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Georgia/Carolinas Chapter executive director and US Formliner president. Clark is tasked with strengthening connections between industry partners and educational institutions, while providing transformative experiences for higher education students across the country. The latter are realized through the PCI Foundation’s 20-plus active studios in architectural, construction management and engineering schools, colleges or university departments.
“Ray’s experience in precast leadership—including here at the PCI Foundation—make him a perfect fit as our new executive director,” says Chairman Greg Force (Tindall Corp.). “His ability to drive growth and foster collaboration will support our industry and countless students. His enthusiasm for future generations is infectious. With Ray at the helm, we are poised for transformative progress.”
PCI Foundation directors credit McIntyre for serving the group with distinction for more than a decade, noting how her “tireless efforts and unwavering commitment have been instrumental to the foundation’s stability and helping connect PCI grantees with resources that shaped the future of thousands of engineering, architecture, and construction management students.”