The Most Influential People in Concrete Production

2015 TCP Most Influential People

2015 TCP Most Influential People

Producers who prepare business strategies that address these observable trends will be better-prepared to meet the unforeseen future.

2014 TCP Most Influential People

2014 TCP Most Influential People

TCP recognizes a group of Influencers whose effective and creative approaches have significantly impacted the concrete industry.

2010 TCP Most Influential People

2010 TCP Most Influential People

We honor three men who are dedicated to promoting concrete's best qualities: Godwin Amekuedi, champion of P2P and concrete's sustainability, Canan D'Avela and David Goodyear.

2009 TCP Most Influential People

2009 TCP Most Influential People

TCP recognizes three men who have helped the concrete industry make important strides in education, sustainability, and research. Bruce Ingram helped launch the CIM program in the South. We also honor Kamal Khayat and J.C. Roumain.

2008 TCP Most Influential People

2008 TCP Most Influential People

Sometimes you hit on something and you just don't know how big it is or how big it's going to get. Just look at Frank Kozeliski's fateful experiment. The former owner and president of Gallup Sand & Gravel in Gallup, N.M., concocted a simple, rudimentary concrete mix that didn't even require an admixture or fine aggregate to be shipped 150 miles, in his case.

2007 TCP Most Influential People

2007 TCP Most Influential People

Ten more noteworthy influencers who have a significant impact on our industry.