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Industry Support

CIM Patrons Board

The Texas State CIM Program has an active Patrons Board which provides financial support, industry involvement in courses, guest speakers, plant tours and job site visits, student assistance and support, faculty support, and job placement of graduates.

Board Member Corporate Representation


Patrons Board members: Contribute your annual dues here!


Chairman

Griffin Taylor,Sales Manager, LaFarge Holcim
Griffin Taylor, Sales Manager, LaFargeHolcim

Griffin Taylor is a Territory Sales Manager for LafargeHolcim in the Houston, TX area where he is responsible for developing and managing bulk and packaged cement accounts.  Griffin attended Texas State University where he earned a Concrete Industry Management (CIM) degree.  After college, Griffin accepted a position as Project Manager for Tricon Precast. Prior to joining LafargeHolcim, Griffin held a multitude of roles for Rollcon, LLC, including Business Development Manager, Procurement and Logistics Manager and Safety Director. 

 


Vice Chairman

G.T.
Andrew Mouser, Project Manager, TAS Commercial Concrete Construction
Andrew Mouser is a Project Manager for TAS Commercial Concrete Construction in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. His focus is on structural work where he is accountable for multiple projects’ financials, schedules, and quality. Andrew graduated from Texas State University where he earned a Concrete Industry Management (CIM) Degree in 2014. Prior to TAS, Andrew worked for Balfour Beatty Construction in their Large Projects Division.

Secretary / Treasurer

Image of Hunter Robb, Sales Representative, Ash Grove Cement
Hunter Robb, Sales Representative, Ash Grove Cement

Hunter Robb is a Cement Sales Representative with Ash Grove Cement. Hunter graduated from Texas State University where he earned a Concrete Industry Management (CIM) Degree in 2017. As a sales representative, Hunter has a more well-rounded perspective of the concrete industry in Texas. Hunter is involved with a variety of customers, facilitating ready-mix work to light weight roofing projects.

 

Outside of his job responsibilities, Hunter serves on the CIM Patron’s Board as the Secretary/Treasurer, and is involved in the Emerging Leaders Program with TACA.


National Steering Committee

The CIM program is currently reviewed for quality by the National Steering Committee (NSC) for Concrete Industry Management.

 

CIM National Steering Committee Mission Statement

As a national-level, broad-based industry coalition dedicated to a collaborative process in partnership with CIM institutions and local industry patrons groups, our mission is to develop, support, promote and sustain a network of higher learning educational institutions with programs that produce graduates with degrees in concrete industry management. 

 

There are only four universities in the nation that offer the CIM BS degree. Those universities include California State University at Chico, Middle Tennessee State University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Texas State University. 

General information about CIM, and about the NSC, can be found at:
http://www.concretedegree.com