Scott Anderson, Keystone Structural Concrete, LLC, Houston, Texas, has been elected president of the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, Missouri, for 2015-2016. Anthony DeCarlo, Cincinnati, Ohio; Chris Forster, Tustin, California; and Mario Garza, Southville, Michigan, were elected vice-presidents. Chris Plue, San Mateo, California, was re-elected as a vice president. Keith Wayne, Kannapolis, North Carolina, was re-elected as treasurer and Robert Dalrymple, Valley View, Ohio; Peter Emmons, Columbia, Maryland; Shawn McMahon, Grand Prairie, Texas; John Ylinen, Tempe, Arizona; Rocky Geans, Mishawaka, Indiana and Thomas Zinchiak, Woodbine, Maryland, were elected as directors.
The Decorative Concrete Council (DCC), a specialty council of the ASCC, re-elected Paul Schneider, Patterned Concrete of Cincinnati, Fairfield, Ohio, as council director of the DCC Advisory Board for 2015. Neil Roach, Danville, Illinois, was re-elected secretary. John Belarde, Woodenville, Washington; Clark Branum, Marysville, Washington; Jeff Eiswerth, Cleveland, Ohio; Stevie Ray Lloyd, Forest, Virginia and Jim Mullins, Indianapolis, Indiana, were re-elected as directors. Dan Engel, Eldorado Hills, California and Ryan Lakebrink, Washington, Missouri, were elected as directors.
The ASCC Safety & Risk Management Council (SRMC) elected Scott Greenhaus, STRUCTURAL, Columbia, Maryland, as council director of the SRMC Advisory Board for 2015. Scott Winkler, Hamilton, Ohio was re-elected secretary. Tony Haynes, Burlison, Tennessee and Matthew Rutrough, Rocky Mount, Virginia, were elected as new directors and Doug Peters, Lansing, Michigan; and Joe Whiteman, Santa Monica, California, were re-elected as directors.
Wayne Allen, Putzmeister America, Inc., Sturtevant, Wisconsin, was re-elected council director of the Manufacturers’ Advisory Council Board for 2015. Jeremy Clark, Chicago, Illinois, was re-elected secretary and Craig Dahlgren, St. Louis, Missouri, was re-elected as a director.Matt Basky, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin; John Fauth, Madison, Wisconsin; and Mike Weber, Alexandria, Virginia, were elected as directors.
The American Society of Concrete Contractors is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of those who build with concrete, and to providing them a unified voice in the construction industry. Members include concrete contracting firms, manufacturers, suppliers and others interested in the concrete industry such as architects, specifiers and distributors. There are approximately 515 member companies in the United States and 10 foreign countries.