Workforce

Construction Employment News: November 2022

Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.
November 14, 2022
Topics
Workforce

Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.

ABC

Alan Wald joined the ABC Southern California Chapter as membership development manager, Los Angeles, and Jill Hasenwinkle joined the ABC Massachusetts Chapter as bookkeeper/office administrator.

The International Grooving & Grinding Association

Nicholas R. Davis was named director of technical service for The International Grooving & Grinding Association (IGGA). IGGA is a non-profit trade association that is a leading technical resource in the development and marketing of optimized pavement surfaces and pavement preservation.

Miller Construction

Jesse Newton was named director of business development for Miller Construction’s central Florida office. Miller Construction is a statewide design/builder and construction services firm.

Saint-Gobain

Steve Williams was named president of the new Construction Chemicals Business Unit for Saint-Gobain, which recently acquired GCP Applied Technologies. Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures, and distributes materials and services for the construction and industrial markets.

Do you have construction employment news? Send it to us for publication consideration.

Related stories

Workforce
Mentoring Gen Z: An Interview With a Young New Assistant Superintendent
By Grace Calengor
Grace Novak was her mentor's first female mentee. She says: ‘The first thing I would tell somebody just starting out in this job is, knowledge is the most valuable thing you can walk into a conversation with.’
Workforce
Out Is In: Outsourcing Strategies for Small Construction Businesses
By Brad Werner
Outsourcing isn’t just for large corporations. Small to medium-sized companies can also benefit from hiring third-party organizations to perform key tasks, functions or roles.
Workforce
Increasing Support for the Increasing Number of Women in Construction
By Shanthi Rajan
Providing more support for the women in the construction industry is a promising way to recruit them to (and retain them at) your company.

Follow us




Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Stay in the know with the latest industry news, technology and our weekly features. Get early access to any CE events and webinars.