The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) in Bloomfield Township installed new officers and directors to its board of directors at its 136th annual meeting at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Joshua T. Barney, vice president of Rochester Hills’ J.J. Barney Construction Inc., is the CAM’s new chairman of the board. The newly elected directors include Chrissy Brown, president and CEO of Livonia’s International Building Products; Jason R. Rewold, vice president of Rochester’s Frank Rewold and Sons; and Kelvin B. Squires, CEO of Center Line’s Center Line Electric.
Each year, three directors retire from CAM’s 12-member board, and three new directors are elected by the CAM membership.
Newly promoted vice chairmen for CAM include Jeffrey A. Chandler and Michael J. Green. Tricia S. Ruby is the incoming treasurer. Other current board member include Gerald C. Caratelli, Matthew D. Cramer, Frank Jonna, Teresa K. Miller, and Todd A. Moilanen.
Founded in 1885, The Construction Association of Michigan is the oldest and largest regional construction association in the United States.