People Behind the Scenes

January 2006
Concrete International;Jan2006, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p100
Academic Journal
The article reports on the new employees hired by Allied Construction Industries in the U.S. Vicki F. Rogers was hired as an event planner and assumed the duties for contract negotiations. Terry R. Scates was appointed as warehouse supervisor. The trade association announced Colleen E. Hunt as graphic designer. Bethany A. Grzegorczyk was named as systems technician.


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