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Construction Association of Michigan Elects New Officers

Sat March 11, 2006 - Midwest Edition
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Kevin N. Koehler, president of the Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), announced that the CAM membership has elected a new slate of officers and directors to serve on its 2006 board of directors.

The association’s new leaders were installed at the organization’s 120th Annual Meeting.

CAM’s new chairman for 2006 is Robert A. Singer, president of Duross Painting Company.

CAM’s newly elected vice-chairmen are Todd A. Garris, owner/president of Walltec LLC and James A. Sinkel, president of Smith Brothers Electric. Randy L. Brooks, executive vice president of Temperature Engineering Corp. was elected treasurer.

Each year three individuals retire from CAM’s board of directors and three new members are elected by the membership to serve in their place. The newly-elected directors to CAM’s board are Brian J. Brunt, vice president of Brunt Associates Inc., Robert J. Michielutti Jr., president of Michielutti Bros. Inc. and Glenn E. Parvin, president of Custom Architectural Sheet Metal Specialists (C.A.S.S.).

CAM, a trade association of contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and related firms in the commercial construction industry, is one of the oldest and largest regional construction associations in the United States, with more than 3,700 corporate members.