Alexandria, VA, 07/25/2014 - - The American Institute of Constructors and the Constructor Certification Commission announced today that James C. Dalton, SES has been named as the AIC’s Constructor Certification Commission Board of Governors Public Member. Mr. Dalton currently serves as the Chief of Engineering and Construction for the US Army Corps of Engineers. Mr. Dalton is responsible for policy, program, and technical expertise in the execution of over $10 Billion of design and construction programs for the US Army, US Air Force, Department of Defense, other Federal Agencies, and over sixty foreign nations.
The Constructor Certification Commission is responsible for the AIC’s Certification program, which awards the Associate Constructor (AC) and Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) credentials. As the organization’s Public Member, Mr. Dalton will join the Board of Governors and will serve a 4-Year Term.
“It is an honor to welcome James to our organization as our new Public Member. I look forward to the contributions he will make and his leadership as we continue to grow the Constructor Certification Program.” Said Joe Sapp, CAE AIC’s Executive Director in regards to Mr. Dalton’s election into the position.
About AIC 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.