Rogers Group Inc. (RGI) hired Tim Wilson as vice president of its western division with oversight of RGI’s Texas and Arkansas operations. A native of Bentonville, Ark., Wilson brings with him 25 years of experience in engineering, project management and business development in the materials and construction industries.
After a brief stint in the U.S. Navy, Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Arkansas, after which he held engineering and project management positions with CEI Engineering, AFCO Steel and G&M Contracts. In 2002, he joined Lehigh Hanson as a project manager, designing civil projects, overseeing various plant upgrades and providing financial analysis support.
Wilson moved to Martin Marietta in 2005 continuing this type of work, designing railroad facilities and overseeing capital improvement projects. In 2008, he returned to Lehigh Hanson as a senior capital analyst and worked his way up to being named vice president/general manager in 2016. In this position, Wilson was responsible for Lehigh Hanson operations in Texas and surrounding states, including more than 25 million tons of production and sales in excess of $350 million annually.
RGI President and CEO Darin Matson, stated, “We are excited to have Tim join the RGI team. His well-rounded experience in civil design, project and aggregate management, paired with his knowledge of the Texas and Arkansas markets will be a valuable part of our continued success in both our heritage markets and in the execution of our growth strategies in our western division.”
Founded in 1908, RGI is the largest privately held aggregate company in the United States, employing 2,700 people across 10 states. RGI has been recognized by trade organizations and state transportation agencies for its excellence, integrity and community involvement.
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