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Oldcastle Names New EVP, Strategy and Development

Oldcastle Materials Inc. appointed Kirk Randolph to EVP, strategy and development.

Randolph will report to CEO Randy Lake. In this role he will lead the acquisition and successful integration of new businesses for Oldcastle Materials and Randolph200
develop strategic growth initiatives for the corporation.

Prior to taking this position, Randolph served as president of Oldcastle Materials Central West Division since joining Oldcastle in August 2006. Before joining Oldcastle Materials, Randolph held senior leadership positions with Ashland Inc.’s APAC group of companies.

“We are proud to have an exceptional leader such as Kirk join our executive management team,” said Lake. “Kirk possesses a solid understanding of our business and his experience in acquisitions and divestitures will be a great asset as we execute our growth strategies.”

Throughout his career, Randolph held various positions including estimator, company vice president, company president, region president, vice president operations support, president Major Projects Group and president APAC Inc.

“I am excited about my new role with Oldcastle Materials and of working with such a talented team,” said Randolph. “I look forward to helping the company expand its successful growth strategies as we return to another cycle of economic expansion.”

Randolph earned a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and began his career with APAC as a surveyor and assistant superintendent. He has nearly 20 years of operating experience in aggregate, asphalt, and ready-mix production, Portland cement concrete and asphalt paving, heavy transportation, heavy industrial and bridge construction. 

In addition, he has been involved in multiple acquisition and divestitures including the acquisition of the American assets of Superfos and the divestiture of APAC by Ashland.