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New management team roles at Vulcan

Vulcan Materials

Changes aim to enhance company’s ability to pursue growth opportunities and internal synergies

VULCAN Materials Company, the largest producers of construction aggregates in the US, have announced a number of new assignments for key members of the company’s management team.

Stan Bass, formerly senior vice-president - West, with responsibility for Vulcan’s Western and Mountain West Divisions, has been appointed to the new position of chief growth officer for the company.

Michael Mills, formerly senior vice-president & general counsel, has been appointed to the new role of chief administrative officer.

Jerry Perkins, formerly assistant general counsel and corporate secretary, has been appointed as general counsel and corporate secretary, succeeding Michael Mills.

Brock Lodge, formerly vice-president & general manager of Vulcan’s Western Division, which includes all operations in California, has been promoted to president of that division.

In his new role, Stan Bass will be responsible for leading the company’s business development, commercial excellence and strategic growth initiatives, while Michael Mills, in his new position, will be responsible for the executive oversight of the non-financial, administrative functions of the company.

‘As the nation’s leading construction materials producer, our company is poised for a new era of strategic growth, building on our unparalleled positions in recovering and growing markets across the US,’ said Vulcan’s chairman and chief executive officer, Tom Hill.

‘We are fortunate to have proven leaders such as Stan, Michael, Jerry and Brock to fill these important roles for Vulcan.’

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