Pruitt to succeed U.S. Concrete CEO Sandbrook

Sources: U.S. Concrete Inc., Euless, Texas; CP staff

William J. Sandbrook has notified fellow U.S. Concrete directors of his intention to retire from his chief executive officer and chairman posts in April and May, respectively. He will stand for reelection as a director at the May annual meeting of stockholders and enter a one-year consulting agreement with the board. Succeeding him in the CEO capacity, effective April 3, will be Texas Industries and Martin Marietta Materials veteran Ronnie Pruitt, who joined U.S. Concrete in 2015 as senior vice president and chief operating officer and was named president in April 2019. 

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Eagle Materials completes succession plan as Haack replaces CEO Powers

Sources: Eagle Materials Inc., Dallas, Texas; CP staff

Eagle Materials President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Haack will succeed Chief Executive Officer Dave Powers, who will retire July 1 but remain on the board of directors. The move culminates a multiyear succession plan and set of transition preparedness steps the board undertook over the last four years.

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Ward to succeed Europe-bound Lehigh Hanson CEO Morrish

Sources: HeidelbergCement AG, Germany; CP staff

A HeidelbergCement Managing Board succession plan will see an early-2020 C suite shift for the North American and European businesses: Jon Morrish, chief executive officer of Texas-based Lehigh Hanson Inc., will head Western and Southern Europe cement, aggregate and concrete operations; successor Chris Ward will transition from his post as Canada Region president. A U.K. native who joined Hanson Plc in 1999, Morrish led the Lehigh Hanson South Region ahead of taking the helm in 2015. Ward has progressed in various management roles since joining Hanson Building Materials America in 1996.

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