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IACSC Elects New Officers and Board Members

Brian King

Brian King

New officers and board members of the International Association for Cold Storage Construction (IACSC) were elected at the IACSC Conference & Expo, held November 5-7, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Brian King of A M King was elected as the 2015-2016 Chairman of IACSC. Tim Nguyen of ESI Group was elected as Vice Chairman. Vince Free of SubZero Constructors, Inc. was elected Treasurer.

Board members elected to three-year terms include Chase Deaton of Rytec High Performance Doors, Curt Edmisten of MTC Logistics, Scott Guimond of Fisher Construction Group, and Jim Romine of Lineage Logistics.

Board members re-elected to three-year terms include Peter Clayton of Peter Clayton Services, Dwight Clark of Jamison Door, Wade Hudson of Cold Storage Construction, Daren Sealover of Graycor Construction Company, and Jeff Wiersum of 5th Wall Solutions.

“The IACSC leaders that came before me have put the organization in the strongest position it has ever been, and I hope to build on that legacy,” King said. “As customer needs and priorities evolve, IACSC member companies need to stay on the cutting edge of new technologies and construction methods. With the upcoming slate of education, networking and research, we are poised to do that successfully.”

IACSC also recognized outgoing IACSC Chairman Erik Gunderson of Primus Builders for his leadership during the past year.

The 2016 IACSC Conference & Expo will be held November 3-5 in South Florida.

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Founded in 1978, the International Association for Cold Storage Construction (IACSC) represents contractors and suppliers in the cold storage construction industry. IACSC provides a forum for innovative ideas, promotes standards of practice, hosts professional education programs, and promotes the interests of the industry in political, legal and regulatory arenas. Today, IACSC has members all over the world and is a Core Partner of the Global Cold Chain Alliance. For more information, visit www.iacsc.org.

Thursday, December 10, 2015