Steel Dynamics announces new leadership positions

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 23:02:16 (GMT+3)   |   San Diego

Steel Dynamics, Inc. announced this week the addition of two new leadership positions, as well as other senior leadership changes. 

"To support our ongoing strategy to expand our presence and meaningfully grow in the Southwestern US and Mexico, I'm pleased to announce the addition of Miquel Alvarez to our senior leadership team, as our Senior Vice President, Southwest US and Mexico," said Mark D. Millett, President and Chief Executive Officer.  "Miquel has extensive leadership experience within the steel and metal buildings industries in both the US and Mexico.  We are excited to have him join the Steel Dynamics team.”

Additionally, SDI has named Glenn Pushis as the company's Senior Vice President, Special Projects, effective February 1, 2019.  In this new position, Pushis will be responsible for the successful design and construction of the company's previously announced, planned new flat roll steel mill developed to serve the Southwestern US and Mexico. 

Also, Christopher Graham will assume the role of Senior Vice President, Long Products Steel Group, effective February 1, 2019.  In this role, he will be responsible for the company's four long product steel mills, which combined have approximately 4 million tons of annual steelmaking capacity, producing specialized engineered bars, structural steel, railroad rail, merchant and reinforcing steel bars, and other specialty steels. 

Finally, James Anderson will assume the role of Vice President, Steel Fabrication and President, New Millennium Building Systems, the second largest domestic producer of steel joist and deck products, effective February 1, 2019. Anderson will be responsible for the company's steel fabrication operations, comprised of seven manufacturing facilities, located throughout the US and in Mexico. 

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