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Sun March 02, 2014 - Midwest Edition
The 128th Annual Meeting of the Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) was held Feb. 5 at MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit, Mich.
More than 400 CAM members were in attendance at the luncheon meeting, where the association’s new officers and directors who will serve on the 2014 board of directors were installed.
CAM’s new chairman of the board is Eric C. Steck of Amalio Corporation. Steck has worked in the construction industry for 35 years, the past 21 of which have been as vice president of Amalio Corporation in Sterling Heights. Steck most recently served as treasurer on CAM’s 2013 board of directors.
Each year three directors retire from CAM’s board, and three new directors are elected by the CAM membership. The 2014 newly elected directors are: Brad Leidal, vice president of Leidal & Hart Mason Contractors Inc.; John Raimondo, corporate director (sales and operations) and international business unit leader of Roncelli Inc.; and Preston Wallace, account manager of Limbach Company.
Retiring after four years of service to CAM’s board are Vice Chairman Kevin French of Poncraft Door Company; Vice Chairman Kurt Von Koss of Beaver Tile & Stone; and outgoing 2013 Chairman of the Board Greg Andrzejewski of PPG Industries.
CAM’s newly elected vice chairmen are Todd W. Hill of Ventcon Inc., and Mary K. Marble of Marble Mechanical LLC. CAM’s incoming treasurer is Larry S. Brinker Jr. of The Brinker Group.
The other current members of the CAM board of directors are: Stephen Hohenshil of Glasco Corp.; Joe Palazzolo of Detroit Spectrum Painters; John Rieckhoff of C.L. Rieckhoff Company Inc.; Kevin Ryan of Powerlink Facility Management Services; and Donielle Wunderlich of the George W. Auch Company.
The keynote speaker at the CAM 128th annual meeting was Michael A. Finney, president and CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), a public-private partnership serving as the state’s lead agency for business and job growth, talent enhancement, tourism marketing, arts and cultural grants, and overall economic growth.
During the program, awards were presented to the 12 winning projects and project teams featured in the CAM Magazine October 2013 Special Issue.
In conjunction with the 128th CAM annual meeting, the CAM Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow also took place at MotorCity Casino Hotel. Ninety-nine exhibitors filled a sold-out show, displaying their latest construction products, services and wares. Attendance for this year’s tradeshow was more than 1,400 people.