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77 Awarded the Associate Constructor Certification

Thursday, June 18, 2015   (0 Comments)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

77 Awarded the Associate Constructor (AC) Certification

 

Alexandria, VA, June 18, 2015 - - The American Institute of Constructors announced today that 77 construction professionals recently earned the Associate Constructor (AC) credential.

 

To be designated as an Associate Constructor, a candidate must have a minimum of 4 years of qualifying construction experience and/ or education, pass a comprehensive examination, and commit to following the AIC Code of Ethics.  Alternatively, an individual who is within 12 months of graduation from an Accredited 4-Year Construction Program may sit for the exam and will earn the AC designation upon graduation.  Currently, over 60 University’s across the United States partner with the AIC and serve as examination sites for the AC and CPC examination.

 

To maintain the certification, individuals must complete ongoing professional development activities as part of the AIC’s Continuing Professional Development program.  Testing of the AC examination began in 1996. The next Associate Constructor Examination is scheduled for November 7, 2015. 

 

About AIC

Founded in 1971, the American Institute of Constructors is a professional society with over 700 members. Its mission is to promote individual professionalism and excellence throughout the related fields of construction. AIC supports the individual Constructor throughout their career 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. Combined these programs have tested nearly 25,000 professionals. 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.


 

Nicholas Akin, AC

Mayville, NY

 

John Sandifer, AC

Westminster, SC

 

Andrew Blasko, AC

Greer, SC

 

Thomas Collins, AC

Murrells Inlet, SC

 

Nicholas Skrobola, AC

Reidsville, SC

 

Kyle Flinton, AC

Clemson, SC

 

Kyle McKay, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Kevin Trinh, AC

College Station, TX

 

Brian McNaught, AC

Liberal, MO

 

Forrest Hutto, AC

The Foust Group, LLC

Baton Rouge, LA

 

Ryan Kahrs, AC

Project Engineer

Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.

Riverside, CA

 

Justin Martin, AC

Greenville, SC

 

Andrew Lyons, AC

Project Manager

Fulcrum

Colchester, CT

 

Joshua Meeker, AC

Elkhorn, NE

 

Mark Cohn, AC

Maplewood, MN

 

Brandon Jones, AC

Greer, SC

 

Dean Stageberg, AC

Greer, SC

George Sirianni, AC

Tallahassee, FL

 

Brian Richtarcsik, AC

Palmer, AK

 

Ronald Rinaldi, AC

Wolcott, CT

 

Jeremy Anderson, AC

Clemson, SC

 

William MacInnis, AC

Columbia, SC

 

Andrew Entsminger, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Christopher Niswander, AC

Lambertville, MI

 

Jennifer Miles, AC

St. Augustine, FL

 

Zachary Collins, AC

Longview, WA

 

Nicholas Akin, AC

Mayville, NY

 

Timothy Warnes, AC

Field Engineer

Sundt Construction, Inc.

San Jose, CA

 

Roy Murphy, AC

Darlington, SC

 

Emily Piluk, AC

Harwood, MD

 

Scott Bailey, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Andrew Assman, AC

St Louis Park, MN

 

Robert James, AC

Baton Rouge, LA

 

Stephen Barretta, AC

Assistant Project Manager

Cauldwell Wingate

Mohegan Lake, NY

 

Britton Pollitt, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Brian Peart, AC

Marvin, NC

 

Christopher Caldwell, AC

Houston, TX

 

David Conner, AC

Clemson, SC

 

Nitish Desai, AC

Sugar Land, TX

 

Andrew Hillstrom, AC

Clark Construction

North Bethesda, MD

 

Chad Monroe, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Navid Ranjbar, AC

Sugar Land, TX

 

Robert Bermudez, AC

Mount Pleasant, SC

 

Zachary Grimes, AC

Aiken, SC

 

Jeremy Kross, AC

Cincinnati, OH

 

Austin Dyer, AC

San Marcos, TX

 

Adam Smith, AC

Project Manager

Geeding Construction

Foristell, MO

 

Anthony Alexander, AC

Seneca, SC

 

Matthew Efflandt, AC

Madison, WI

 

Jonathan Drescher, AC

Southlake, TX

 

Derrick Kibler, AC

Prosperity, SC

 

 

Connor Bass, AC

Valrico, FL

 

Collin Sekas, AC

Vienna, VA

 

Steven Harrison, AC

Winter Haven, FL

 

Edwin Martinez, AC

Project Coordinator

Capitol Region Education Council

New London, CT

 

William Jones, AC

Baton Rouge, LA

 

Matthew Olech, AC

South Lyon, MI

 

George Fisher, AC

Myrtle Beach, SC

 

Quinlan McHale, AC

Brandon, FL

 

Sean Smith, AC

Ponte Vedra, FL

 

Michael Ferrer, AC

Ocala, FL

 

Cole Norsworthy, AC

Bozeman, MT

 

Max Wiesner, AC

Staten Island, NY

 

Tison Wyatt, AC

Asheville, NC

 

Stephanie Walters, AC

Field Engineer Intern

PCL Civil Constructors

Easley, SC

 

Jonathan Thompson, AC

Rock Hill, SC

 

James Pitzen, AC

Perrysburg, OH

 

Mark Monasky, AC

Apple Valley, MN

 

Larry East, AC

Project Engineer

The Lemoine Company, LLC

Baton Rouge, LA

 

Matthew Park, AC

Greenville, SC

 

Craig Hoffman, AC

Pullman, WA

 

Bruce Rader, AC

McComb, OH

 

Jeff Crady, AC

Henderson, NV

 

Andrew Duvall, AC

San Jose, CA

 

Kaley Rhodes, AC

Gainesville, FL

 

Brandon Smith, AC

Myrtle Beach, SC

 

Emily Amick, AC

Chapin, SC



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