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| HALL OF FAME
Hall of Fame
Welcomes New Faces
will be honored
in Houston at a
March 6, 2018.
The event will
be held in
Academy & Expo.
Pit & Quarry UNVEILED the 2018 class
of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame, which
includes Charles S. Luck III of Luck Companies, C. Howard "Ward" Nye of Martin
Marietta, William J. Sandbrook of U.S.
Concrete and Franklin E. "Frank" Squires
of Superior Industries/GreyStone.
The inductees will be honored in Houston
at a black-tie dinner and induction ceremony on March 6, 2018. The event will
be held in conjunction with NSSGA's 2018
Annual Convention and AGG1 Aggregates
Academy & Expo.
The Hall of Fame festivities at the
Marriott Marquis Houston begin at 7 p.m.
March 6 with a cocktail reception in Texas
Ballroom A-C Foyer. Dinner and the induction ceremony will follow at 8 p.m.
To purchase tickets to the ceremony,
and click on "Ceremony." Tickets can also
be purchased through NSSGA when registering for the convention or AGG1.
Charles S. Luck III
Luck became president of Luck Stone
Corp. in 1965, leading
the company through
three decades of
expansion, technological advancement
stewardship. Luck was instrumental in
raising the environmental standards of
the industry, and he has held leadership
positions in many of the industry's associations, including being past chairman of
the National Stone Association.
C. Howard "Ward" Nye
Nye has served as president of Martin
Marietta since 2006, as CEO since 2010
and as chairman of the board since 2014.
He worked as COO from 2006 to 2009,
and prior to joining Martin Marietta,
Nye served as executive vice president at
North America. He
also served as NSSGA's
chairman from 20132014 and continues to play a critical leadership role on the association's board of
William J. Sandbrook
steered tremendous growth at U.S.
Concrete since arriving in 2011, overcoming a culture of
centralized decisionmaking that stripped
local management of responsibility and
accountability for results. To overcome
that, Sandbrook spent 80 percent of his
time on the road his first year at U.S.
Concrete, traveling the country to meet
with employees. He re-instituted the principle of accountability, which has been
fundamental to U.S. Concrete's success.
Franklin E. "Frank" Squires
Squires is an expert
in the field of washing and classifying
technologies. He is
credited with five patents as a co-inventor
of next-level control
systems for single and
multiple classifying tank systems. Over a
20-year period, Squires was a key player
in the success of GreyStone. Squires currently serves as aggregate specialist for
the Washing & Classifying Division of
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