BlueScope Buildings North America Appoints New General Manager For Conventional Steel Services Business
Kansas City, MO — BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc. (BBNA) announced the appointment of Robyn Edmonds to the role of general manager for its Conventional Steel Services business.
Edmonds has been with BlueScope for 11 years. Most recently, she served as the Finance Manager for all BBNA brands. Previously, she held other key leadership positions within BNNA, including Vice President of Finance for BlueScope Construction, Manager
of Planning & Analysis, and Commercial Finance Manager, where she supported the Global Buildings Solutions business from a commercial perspective.
In her new role, Edmonds will provide daily leadership and management of Conventional Steel Services, a unique construction offering that goes to market in partnership with BBNA’s Butler® and Varco Pruden™ brands, leaders in the pre-engineered
building category. She will focus her efforts on strategic growth, identifying market opportunities, and operational excellence.
“Robyn’s focus on strategy and long-term involvement in our conventional business make her an excellent fit for this role,” said Greg Pasley, chief operating officer, BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc. “I am excited to have
her leading this business and look forward to the contribution she will make as a member of BBNA’s leadership team.”
Headquartered in Kansas City, BBNA is a business unit of BlueScope Steel Ltd., an international steel solutions company with a global presence. Operating in North America with more than 3,000 employees, the company is the leader in customized and fully
engineered steel building solutions. Brands included in the BBNA portfolio are Butler®, Varco Pruden™, BlueScope Construction, and BlueScope Properties Group.
About BlueScope Buildings North America
BlueScope Buildings is a business unit of BlueScope Ltd., an international steel company supplier of engineered steel building systems. For more information, visit www.bluescopebuildings.com.