John Hull retired from his post as president and CEO of the RMCAO at the end of 2014. On December 16, 2014 he attended an event that honored his contribution to the association for the past 29 years. Under this leadership the RMCAO has undertaken a number of projects including JOB SAFE, Fuel Tax Refund, ECO and more.
RMCAO – Bart Kanters
Holcim Canada – Mac Carmichael
The Ready Mixed Concrete Association of Ontario (RMCAO) works to provide world-class services that serve to improve & service the Ontario’s ready mixed concrete industry. In addition to representing the industry to government and regulatory bodies, the RMCAO also provides exclusive benefits to their members in the form of networking opportunities, marketing and promotional support and education programs.
Mary’s Cement Group – WafiqThaha, Frank Giordano
MetrixRedimix – Angie Luis
For over 100 years, St. Mary’s Cement Group has a large producer of cement materials servicing the Great Lakes Region. The organization has six plants located strategically in order to optimize service both the US and Canada within those regions. The firm produces numerous cement products that are optimized for various uses including normal, high-early strength, low heat hydration, sulphate-resisting and more. The company has worked on several landmark projects including the CN Tower, Roy Thompson Hall and the Darlington Nuclear Station.
The Eastway Group – Al Brown,
Larfarge Canada – Scott Rudx
The Eastway Group is a versatile construction company that provides construction services to residential and commercial projects in the GTA. The organization has a widely trained staff that work together under the direction of expert project managers who work to ensure projects of all sizes are completed on time and on budget. Eastway Group works with clients in all phases of project from planning to design and execution.
Lafarge Canada – Alex Kennedy
Lafarge is one of the North America’s largest suppliers of construction materials, producing and selling cement, ready-mixed concrete, aggregates, asphalt, paving and construction solutions. Lafarge is committed to utilizing sustainable manufacturing practices, and has worked to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, restore wetlands for native plants and animals as well as identifying waste materials that can be recycled or reused. The organization creates products used in residential, commercial and public construction projects across North America and the world.