As announced by Metal Construction News, “The 2020 Metal Construction Hall of Fame class includes four leaders who have devoted their lives to the betterment of the industry and made impacts we can all feel. From establishing an accreditation program to promoting metal roofing, they have made their presence known.”
Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, MCN was unable to recognize these people in person at the scheduled event in May. The METALCON team would like to extend congratulations to these industry leaders. Be sure to reach out to those you know to congratulate them personally.
- Charles A. Haslebacher, PE, Varco Pruden Buildings (pictured top left)
- John Iveson, Package Steel Systems Inc. (pictured bottom left)
- Todd Miller, Isaiah Industries Inc. (pictured top right)
- John Scarbrough, Ceco Building Systems (pictured bottom right)
The Metal Construction Hall of Fame was founded in 2012. The goal is to recognize those individuals who have had a significant impact on the metal construction industry through their innovation, effort and leadership. Nominees are judged in five categories:
Unique Contribution: The creation or development of a specific aspect or segment of business that has advanced the industry.
Body of Work: The depth and breadth of contribution to the industry throughout a career.
Legacy: The honoree’s contribution must have had a long-lasting impact on the industry.
Integrity: Honorees must exhibit the highest ethical and professional standards in all aspects of business.
Longevity: Honorees must have been actively involved in the industry for at least 15 years.
Inductees are nominated in one of three categories
- Friend of the Industry