ARTBA Elects 2013-14 Officers

The American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) announced the election of its 2013-2014 officers.  The following individuals were elected at the association’s national convention, held September 8-10, in Milwaukee, Wis., as ARTBA officers:

 

  • Chairman: Doug Black, president & COO, Oldcastle Inc., Atlanta, Ga.

 

  • Senior Vice Chairman: Nick Ivanoff, president and CEO, Ammann & Whitney, New York, N.Y.

 

  • First Vice Chairman: David S. Zachry, president and CEO, Zachry Construction Corporation, San Antonio, Texas

 

  • Northeastern Region Vice Chairman: John Kulka, consultant, HRI, Inc., State College, Pa.

 

  • Southern Region Vice Chairman: Tom Elmore, president, Eutaw Construction Company, Aberdeen, Miss.

 

  • Central Region Vice Chairman: Kathi Holst, president, Roadway Construction and Maintenance Services, Warrenville, Ill.

 

  • Western Region Vice Chairman: Steve McGough, chief operating officer, HCSS, Sugarland, Texas

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: Ward Nye, president and CEO of Martin Marietta Materials, Raleigh, N.C.

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: Scott L. Cassels, president, Kiewit Infrastructure Group, Inc., and executive vice president, Kiewit Corporation, Omaha, Neb.

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: Melissa Tooley, director, University Transportation Center for Mobility, Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University in College Station

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: Bob Alger, president and CEO of The Lane Construction Corporation in Cheshire, Conn.

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: John Houle, vice president and general manager of Traffic Safety & Security Division, 3M, St. Paul, Minn.

 

  • Vice Chairman At-Large: Mike Donnino, senior vice president, Granite Construction Company, Lewisville, Texas.

 

  • Secretary: Pete Ruane, president and CEO, ARTBA, Washington, D.C.

 

  • Treasurer: Tom Hill, president and CEO, Summit Materials, LLC, Denver, Colo.

 

Established in 1902, ARTBA represents the U.S. transportation design and construction industry in Washington, D.C. 

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