Terver, Ruiz gain expanded roles in Holcim Ltd., U.S. operations
- Published: Thursday, 20 September 2012 19:02
- Written by CP Staff
Terry Hildestad will retire in January after six years as president and chief executive officer of MDU Resources Group in Bismarck, N.D., capping a 38-year career that began with the company’s Knife River Corp. subsidiary. Following his 1991 appointment as president, he oversaw Knife River’s expansion in aggregates, ready mixed concrete and road-building businesses, from the Dakotas to the West Coast and to Iowa and Texas. Construction materials emerged as a complimentary business to parent MDU’s core utility and energy operations.
A new software tool for design, engineering and construction professionals studies all phases of a building’s life cycle, from materials acquisition through demolition, to determine its true environmental footprint.
The board of Granite Rock Co. in Watsonville, Calif., has completed a succession plan after the untimely drowning death of President and CEO Bruce Woolpert, naming Tom Squeri to the helm.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) headquarters at 525 Golden Gate is the city's newest and greenest office building. The certified LEED-Platinum, award-winning project is a 13-story, 277,500 sq.-ft. structure that serves as the new headquarters for the SFPUC, showcases key sustainability features, and is considered a leading example in demonstrating energy efficiency, water recycling, and reduced carbon footprint among major office buildings in the country.