AIC Announces New Leadership
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Posted by: Joe Sapp
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For Immediate Release
April 23, 2014 – Alexandria, VA – The American Institute of Constructors announced today that Paul Mattingly, CPC of Louisville, KY was elected to serve as it’s next National President. Mattingly, previously the AIC’s Treasurer is currently the Vice President of Louisville based BosseMattingly Constructors and two-term Past President of AGC of Kentucky and current member of the AGC of Kentucky Board of Directors
In addition, the AIC announced the addition of Joe Rietman, CPC of San Diego as it’s Vice President, Greg Carender, CPC of Atlanta, GA as Treasurer, and Bradley Monson, CPC of Highlands Ranch, CO as Secretary. Each will serve a 1-year term as the Executive Officers of the AIC.
When asked about his election as AIC National President Mattingly responded, “I have been a member of the AIC for 30 years this year, it is truly an honor to be able to lead this organization as it has been so instrumental to the development of my career.”
The AIC Officers were elected by a vote of the AIC Board of Directors at its recent meeting on April 14th at the AIC Annual Forum in Greenville, SC.
Founded in 1971, the American Institute of Constructors mission is to promote individual professionalism and excellence throughout the related fields of construction. AIC supports the individual Constructor throughout their careers by helping to develop the skills, knowledge, professionalism and ethics that further the standing of the construction industry. AIC Members participate in developing, and commit to, the highest standards of practice in managing the projects and relationships that contribute to the successful competition of the construction process. In addition to membership, the AIC certifies individuals through the Constructor Certification Commission. The Associate Constructor (AC) and Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) are internationally recognized certifications in the construction industry. These two certifications give formal recognition of the education and experience that defines a Professional Constructor. For more information about the AIC, visit www.professionalconstructor.org.