U.S. Concrete implements executive changes

By |  March 27, 2017

U.S. Concrete is making a number of executive changes with the resignation of Joseph Tusa Jr., its former senior vice president and CFO, and the appointment of Kevin Kohutek as chief accounting officer.

Tusa’s resignation will go into effect July 1. According to U.S. Concrete, the company has begun a search for a new CFO.

Kohutek will assume his role as chief accounting officer on April 1. He has held a number of positions at the company since he began working there in 2012. Since 2015, he served as regional vice president and general manager in the Atlantic region. Prior to those roles, he served as U.S. Concrete’s vice president, chief accounting officer and corporate controller.

“I am very pleased that Kevin, a seasoned U.S. Concrete veteran with significant corporate finance and operational experience, is returning to our corporate headquarters,” says William Sandbrook, president and CEO of U.S. Concrete. “Kevin will work closely with both me and [Tusa] during the transition period as we seek a highly qualified replacement and as we continue to source attractive acquisitions and execute on our strategy to generate strong shareholder returns.”

The company’s audit committee also appointed Ernst & Young as its independent auditor.

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