Midland, January 2020 – Associated Builders and Contractors Greater Michigan Chapter (ABC), announces new Board of Directors leadership for 2020.
The incoming offers are as follows:
Chairman – Ken Misiewicz, Pleune Service Company
Vice Chairman – Shawn Pnacek, Great Lakes Bay Construction
Secretary – Brian Stadler, Wolgast Corporation
Treasurer – Mike Laundra, Alloy Construction Service, Inc.
Immediate Past Chairman – Jason Johnson, J.E. Johnson
Executive Emeritus — Ed Tanzini, The Tancor Corporation
Lansing Council – Glenn Hengesbach, Albin Hengesbach Carpentry & Cust. Cabinets, Inc
Jon Lynch, Three Rivers Corporation
Erick Forshee, Fisher Companies
Derrik Mills, United Rentals
Mike Tenniswood, American Plumbing
Mike Parsons, Valley Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Mike Laundra, Alloy Construction Service, Inc.
Doug Shafer, Shafer Redi-Mix
Jeff Kipfmiller, Answer Heating and Cooling
Dave Mollitor, Consolidated Electrical Contractors
Steve Russell, A/C Electric
“Associated Builders & Contractors was founded on the merits of political advocacy and training. And that was driven by membership of likeminded individuals. We’ve had a lot of legislative wins over the last 8 years and in order to protect those we need to get back to the basics and defending the Free Enterprise and Merit Shop way of doing business and I’m excited to lead Associated Builders & Contractors, Greater Michigan Chapter in that effort.” Ken Misiewicz, Pleune Service Company
ABC Greater Michigan Chapter serves a membership spanning 23 counties providing craft and professional education, up-to-date industry communication, legislative representation, as well as affinity programs and packages. For more information, contact us at (989) 374-4600 or www.abcgmc.org
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national association with 69 chapters representing 25,000 merit shop construction and construction-related firms across the United States. The member businesses have joined together to advance the construction industry by supporting the philosophy of merit shop construction and the free enterprise system. You can learn about ABC National at www.abc.org.