CHICAGO (PRWEB) November 29, 2019
The PCI Foundation Board of Trustees has chosen its officers for 2020. Tom Kelley from Sioux Falls, SD will serve as chairman; Chris Pastorius who will serve as Vice Chairman, is from Richmond, VA; and Dan Juntunen from Albany, MN will serve as Secretary/Treasurer.
“The Foundation board of trustees is comprised of precast concrete industry leaders who adamantly believe in educating the next generation of architects, engineers and construction managers. With such strong leadership and donors, we have exceeded major goals, including scholarships, educator events and 25 successful multi-year university programs. Next year we will be expanding our curriculum grants and have a record number of applications for funding in 2020, 2021 and 2022,” said Marty McIntyre, Executive Director of the PCI Foundation, based in Chicago.
Tom Kelley, Chairman / Gage Brothers
Chris Pastorius, Vice Chairman / Metromont
Dan Juntunen, Secretary-Treasurer /Wells Concrete
Leading the Foundation as Chairman is Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based Tom Kelley. Kelley is president, chairman of the board and CEO of Gage Brothers Concrete Products. In 2013 he served as Chairman of the PCI Board of Trustees and in 2017 was chosen as a PCI Fellow.
Serving as Vice Chairman is Chris Pastorius, VP and general manager of Metromont in Richmond, Virginia. Pastorius served as Chairman of the PCI Board of Trustees in 2015.
Dan Juntunen, President/CEO of Wells Concrete will serve as Secretary/Treasurer of the Foundation board. Juntunen, who holds a Bachelor of Accountancy degree and is a Certified Public Accountant is based in Albany, Minnesota. He served as PCI’s Chairman of the Board of Trustees in 2017.
ABOUT THE PCI FOUNDATION - Since 2001, the PCI Foundation has been the educational entity that supports the Precast/Prestressed Concrete industry. The mission of the PCI Foundation is to foster educational and research initiatives focused on innovative approaches to the integrated and sustainable use of precast concrete design, fabrication, and construction. It is a charitable 501(c) 3 corporation, based in Chicago, which supports the inclusion of precast concrete programs at accredited colleges and universities. To learn more, visit the PCI Foundation website at http://www.PCI-Foundation.org.