Post-Tensioning Institute Announces Selection of New Executive Director

Tony Johnson brings extensive industry association experience to the PTI.

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The Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) is pleased to announce the selection of Anthony (Tony) Johnson, P.E., as the organization’s new Executive Director, effective Jan. 2.

Previously, Johnson was a member of the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute’s (CRSI) Regional Manager team, responsible for providing technical assistance, outreach, and education to engineers, architects, owners, contractors, as well as student groups. Johnson is actively involved with many concrete and construction industry associations including the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and ASTM International.

Johnson graduated from the Michigan State University Eli Broad Graduate School of Management where he attained a Master of Business Administration degree. He graduated with honors from the University of Wollongong (Australia) with a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering.

“The addition of Tony as the new Executive Director is consistent with the Institute’s strategic plan of growing, evolving, and improving both the organization and the industry,” says Todd Stevens, PTI President. “With Tony’s extensive industry association experience at the helm, along with his savviness in technical marketing, member relations, and market development, I am confident he will lead the organization to be more positively impactful in the industry than ever before.” 

PTI, in its 43rd year, leads the industry as the foremost source for resources relating to the post-tensioning market. As the Institute’s new Executive Director, Johnson will focus on supporting and growing Institute programs, providing a superior member relations program, and increasing the value of PTI’s products and services for members and prospective members alike.

“Over the past 43 years, PTI has built an outstanding reputation of providing excellent education, certification programs, codes and standards, and of promoting the industry and supporting research,” says Stevens. “We plan on moving this agenda forward in 2019 and beyond.”

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