Michael Weber Leads BSC in 2018

Mike Weber, 2018 BSC Chairman

Michael H. Weber, CGP, was installed as the 2018 chair of the Building Systems Councils (BSC) earlier this month during the International Builders’ Show in Orlando.

A veteran of the systems-built construction community, Weber will be serving as BSC chair for the second time, and brings many years of professional experience in leading-edge technologies to the group.

NAHB’s BSC represents manufacturers, builders and suppliers of concrete, modular, panelized, log and timber frame technologies for homes and low-rise commercial construction. The group spearheads market development, education and training, and political advocacy throughout the Federation at the national, state and local levels.

“Facing the realities of long-term labor shortages in construction and the need for more resilient construction, building systems are an increasingly common solution for many in the industry,” said Weber, chief operating officer at Zero Energy Systems in Iowa City, Iowa. “It’s my goal to expand awareness within the NAHB membership of the many advantages to using building systems, while supporting BSC members’ success in this fast-paced, high-growth marketplace.”

Weber has served as co-chair and trustee for the NAHB Leading Suppliers Council, co-chair of the International Oversight Task Group and president of the Concrete Home Building Council. He is also active in the National Precast Concrete Association and serves on multiple committees for the American Concrete Institute as well as the Portland Cement Association’s Above-Grade Wall Standard Committee.

In 2006, Weber received The Industry’s Ten Most Influential People award from Hanley Wood Media and was profiled in Concrete Construction magazine. He has published articles and papers appearing in ACI Concrete International magazine and CPI – Concrete Plant International magazine.

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