Joseph Rietman, CPC Named AIC National President
The AIC is proud to announce that Joseph Rietman, CPC has been named it's National President.
Mr. Rietman, currently with Westfield Development in San Diego, CA, previously served as the AICâ€™s Vice-President, as well as on the AICâ€™s Constructor Certification Commissionâ€™s Board of Governors. His term as National President began April 2015 and will run through April 2016, concluding at the 2016 AIC Annual Forum which will be held in Mr. Rietmanâ€™s home town of San Diego, CA. Joe has been a member of the AIC for over 17 years and a Certified Professional Constructor for 5 years.
Assuming other elected positions within the AIC include:
Vice-President Gregory Carender, CPC of PricewaterhouseCoopers of Atlanta, GA
Secretary David Dominguez, CPC, Project Manager with Ryan Companies in Des Moines, IA
Treasurer Bradley Monson, CPC, Capital Construction Project Manager with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Denver, CO
Outgoing President Paul Mattingly remarked â€œJoe will provide great leadership to the AIC over the next year. He has a vision and passion for the AIC that will translate into great success for this organization.â€
Also joining the Board of Directors is Ihab Saad, Department Chair at Northern Kentucky University and James Hogan, CPC of Houston Based PBK. Gregory Carender and Saeed Goodman were each elected to a second term on the Board of Directors as well.
Dennis Bausman, FAIC, CPC Named Chairman of the AIC Constructor Certification Commission
In addition, Dennis Bausman, FAIC, CPC has been named as the Chair of its Constructor Certification Commissionâ€™s Board of Governors.
The Board of Governors is responsible for the AICâ€™s nationally recognized and Accredited Certified Professional Constructor and Associate Constructor certification programs. Bausman, Professor and CSM Endowed Faculty Chair at Clemson University, has been a longtime member and elected leader within the AIC. He has been the recipient of the AICâ€™s W.A. Klinger Construction Education Award as well as the AGC of Americaâ€™s National Outstanding Educator Award. He is currently a member of the AICâ€™s College of Fellows, the highest level of membership within the Institute. His term as Chair will run until April 2017.
â€œI congratulate Dennis on his new role as Chair of the Constructor Certification Commission. His leadership and passion for Constructor Certification will a huge asset for the Commission and the AIC.â€ Remarked outgoing Chairman, Matthew Conrad, CPC
Thank you to Paul Mattingly and Matthew Conrad for their leadership as AIC President and Chairman of the Constructor Certification Commission over the past year!