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MBCEA Swears In New Officers At Annual Conference

Steve-Olson  
Steve Olson
   
Andy-Huber  
Andy Huber
 
   
Wes-Young  
Wes Young
 
   

Boston, MA - At the awards banquet held in conjunction with its 45th annual conference, the Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association (MBCEA) announced newly selected officers. They include Steve Olson of Rigid Global Buildings, Andy Huber of A.L. Huber Construction, and Wes Young of NCI. All will serve as volunteers.

Olson accepted the Office of Treasurer position. He has been an active Director of the MBCEA since 2013. He chairs the By-Law Committee and is committed to forming a Southeast Chapter in TX.

Huber accepted the Office of Secretary. He has served on the Board since 2005 and has chaired the Conference Committee. Huber is the president of the recently formed Midwest Chapter.

Young was sworn in as a Director. He has been participating on Board initiatives for the last year. Introducing Young to the membership, Gary T. Smith, current MBCEA President, proclaimed him “a rising star in the industry; committed to the ideals of this organization. Wes is a go-to guy, always available to answer a question.”

The MBCEA was formed in 1968 to serve the needs and support the interests of metal building contractors and erectors. It has three main goals:

• Education: To provide programs and venues that enhance educational opportunities for metal building contractors and erectors.

• Image Enhancement: To develop programs to enhance the image of metal building contractors and erectors, and the metal building industry.

• Grassroots Support: To develop and maintain programs specifically designed to support and respond to the needs of the grassroots membership of the MBCEA.

About the Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association

MBCEA_logoThe Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association (MBCEA) supports the professional advancement of metal building contractors, erectors and the industry. For more information, visit www.mbcea.org.

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