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ORGANIZATIONS - MAY 2016

Michael Wymant, LEED AP+ has joined National Ready Mixed Concrete Association as senior director, Building Innovations. From a Chicago base, his primary objective will be to offer technical expertise to developers and design professionals in order to incorporate cutting-edge concrete solutions into their projects. A building operations expert with 15-plus years of experience providing sustainable and economical building practices, he will integrate teams of architects, engineers and contractors to offer durable, energy efficient and economical concrete solutions that meet the needs of both building developers and their tenants. Wymant is a LEED-Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance.

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PRODUCERS - MAY 2016

United Kingdom-based clay and concrete building product specialist Ibstock Plc recently appointed Doug Rende as president of Glen-Gery, a leading brick producer in the U.S. Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions. He succeeds Steve Matsick.

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MANUFACTURERS - APRIL 2016

Oshkosh Corp. has been named to the 2016 World’s Most Ethical Company list by the Ethisphere Institute, a leader in defining and advancing business standards. Oshkosh is one of only 131 companies, representing 54 industry sectors in 21 countries on five continents named to the list, and the only company selected in the “Trucks and Other Vehicles” category.

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Optimism abounds at The Precast Show 2016

42 Precasti 150As the construction industry continues to strengthen in North America, so does the precast concrete sector. The growing optimism of plant owners and suppliers reverberated throughout The Precast Show 2016, March 3-5 in Nashville. Staged at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center, the event drew the largest crowd in a decade—4,000 attendees—as precast producers looked to update equipment and train employees.

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