LafargeHolcim has announced changes in its US leadership, with the promotion of two new executives, Michael LeMonds and Chad Cornwell.
With the addition of these two leaders to the US cement and Aggregates Construction Material (ACM) teams, the company has shown investment in its people to ensure a management team prepared for long-term success.
Michael LeMonds assumes the role of Vice President of Land, Environment, and Government Affairs for the US. LeMonds has been with LafargeHolcim for more than 15 years, serving in a variety of leadership positions throughout his tenure, including instituting business development improvements across Canada and the US.
Chad Cornwell has been named Director of ACM Aggregate and Asphalt Performance, and will oversee the Performance, Geology, and Mining Teams for US ACM. Cornwell has held a variety of leadership roles within the aggregate industry from Project Manager to Director of Operations. He began his career with LafargeHolcim as a performance manager in 2013.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/04042018/lafargeholcim-announces-leadership-changes/
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