About ASA Committees
Committee meetings are open to the public and ASA welcomes and encourages the participation of all interested parties in the shotcrete industry.
The Board of Directors shall have supervision, control, and direction of the affairs of the Association, shall determine its policies within the limits of the ASA bylaws, shall actively pursue its purpose and shall oversee the disbursement of its funds.
American Concrete Restorations, Inc.
11S375 Jeans Road
Lemont, IL 60439-8839 US
Mission Statement: To develop and maintain ASA's Contractor Qualification Program.
Marcus von der Hofen, Chair
Coastal Gunite Construction Co.
16 Washington Street
Cambridge, MD 21613-2802 US
Mission Statement: To provide shotcrete education, training, and certification.
Oscar Duckworth, Chair
Valley Concrete Services
3200 Canfield Road
Sebastopol, CA 95472-5834 US
Mission Statement: To ensure that shotcrete has its "market share" in a national arena.
Tait Pirkle, Chair
EASTCO Shotcrete, LLC
1211 Kennedy Blvd
Manville, NJ 08835 US
Mission Statement: To broaden the ASA membership base.
200 Industrial Rd, Suite 190
San Carlos, CA 94070 US
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Mission Statement: To educate and promote the proper use and application of shotcrete to the swimming pool and recreational shotcrete industry.
Mason Guarino, Chair
South Shore Gunite Pools & Spas Inc.
12 Esquire Road
North Billerica, MA 01862 US
Mission Statement: To explore and promote safety issues within the shotcrete industry.
Andrea Scott, Chair
1445 American Pacific Drive
Henderson, NV 89074-7402 US
Mission Statement: To oversee the technical activities of ASA, including the review and evaluation of technical presentations, publications, handouts, etc., and the appraisal of research projects under consideration for ASA sponsorship.
Lihe (John) Zhang, Chair
LZhang Consulting & Testing Ltd.
5069 7B Avenue
Delta, BC V4M 1S3, Canada
Mission Statement: To educate and promote the use and proper application of shotcrete to the underground construction and mining industries.
Axel Nitschke, Chair
1015 Half Street SE, Suite 650
Washington DC, 20003 US