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IHC's People

Board of Directors
Name/Title Joined IHC Education
J.Kenyon Schaeffer (Chairman) 1969 Michigan State University - BS
James D. Randall 1994 Colorado State University - BSCM
Jeffrey C. Littmann 1986 Walsh College - B.Accy. and MST
Detroit College of Law - J.D. (cum laude)
James D. Randall 1994 Colorado State University - BSCM
John D. Medberry 1983 University of Iowa - BBA, CPA
Hassan M. Barzegar 1991 California State University - BSCE

 

Officers
Name/Title Joined IHC Education
James D. Randall
President & COO
1994 Colorado State University - BSCM
J.Kenyon Schaeffer
CEO
1969 Michigan State University - BS
Jeffrey C. Littmann
Treasurer
1986 Walsh College - B.Accy. and MST
Detroit College of Law - J.D. (cum laude)
John D. Medberry
VP Administration
1983 University of Iowa - BBA, CPA
Calvin K. Thomas
VP Corporate Equipment Manager
1988 University of Colorado - BBA
Michelle M. Bahl
Corporate Secretary
2016 University of Denver - BS

 

Division Managers
Name/Division Joined IHC Education
Steve L. VanOster
Denver
1987 Parks College
Jeffrey R. Ardelean
Midwest
1984 University of Michigan - BSCE
Brett M. Clark
Southwest
2006
Greg A. Scott
West
1984 Colorado State University - BSICM

 

Department Managers
Name/Title Joined IHC Education
Matthew J. Randall
Corporate Operations Manager
1997 Colorado State University - BSCM
Steve A. Crews
TQM Manager
1974 Michigan State University
Cory R. Allington
Marketing/Chief Estimator
2008 Colorado State University - BSCM
Martin L. Holt
Quality Control Manager
1986 Montana State University - BSCET
John D. Medberry
VP Administration
1986 University of Iowa - BBA, CPA
Tony G. Maccioli
Safety/Environment Director
2000 University of Nevada - BS Economics, BS Financial Services
Peri L. Miranowski
IT Manager
1985  

 

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IHC's Divisions

IHC comprises one administration division and four operational divisions. These are Corporate, Denver, Midwest, and Southwest, West Division. Each division has its own manager, equipment, and dedicated focus.

Corporate


IHC's corporate headquarters are located in Centennial, a southern suburb of Denver, Colorado. It currently maintains a full-time staff, operating and managing all administrative, estimating, equipment, operations, quality control, and safety departments for IHC's operations nationwide. IHC's maintenance, shop and yard facilities located on 8 acres of property in Commerce City, a northern suburb of Denver.

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Denver Division


The Denver Division is an expert in the construction management of complex projects requiring high sophistication in subcontractor coordination, contractor quality control and critical path scheduling. This division also has the tools and expertise for quality, high production slipform concrete paving in the Denver metroplitan marketplace. This outstanding division can provide, among many other features:

  • A contractor quality control program that will assure owners of value received.
  • A concrete plant, slipform pavers, spreaders and support equipment to move quickly and productively from project to project.
  • Management, logistical and administrative systems to support our field operations.
  • Dedication to partnering on all projects with the owner.
  • Subcontractors and suppliers who will consistently exceed our customers' expectations for quality, value and on-time performance.

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Midwest Division


IHC has grown from a modest beginning as a small shoulder paving and flatwork subcontractor in Michigan in 1947 into one of the nation's foremost leaders in the concrete paving industry. The IHC Midwest Division comprises the most experienced group of managers, supervisors and key hourly employees of any IHC division. It proudly carries the banner as the "roots" of our company and carefully nurtures and improves upon a tradition of quality and on-time service to our customers.

IHC Midwest has successfully completed a broad range of projects from the simple to the most complex urban reconstruction projects in the Michigan highway network. It has received numerous Michigan DOT and Michigan Concrete Paving Association awards for quality projects, excellence in smoothness and incentives for early completion. This IHC team is ready to serve your needs with substantial experience in construction management, recycling, overlays, reconstruction, minor grading, utility and base work.

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Southwest Division


The IHC Southwest Division has experienced and well-trained operatives with state-of-the-art specialty equipment designed for the task. This division is dedicated to providing quality workmanship, on-time performance and innovation on the most complex and difficult airfield and highway projects. The construction of over 3 million square yards of airfield and landside concrete pavement and installation of over 4 million square yards of high quality heavy-duty airfield pavement at the new Denver International Airport over the past five years fine-tuned our successful management structure. This team has accomplished the following:

  • The job comprising Runway 3-21, Taxiway F & Taxiways C, D, E & G at Albuquerque International Sunport was selected the winner in the Commercial & Military Airports category of the 1996 American Concrete Pavement Association's (ACPA) National Awards for Excellence.
  • The ACPA awarded IHC the first place award for the best concrete pavement project built at a major airport in 1993 for the construction of Concourse A apron paving - a 575,000 square yard, 17" thick plain dowel jointed pavement.
  • Successfully placed dowels in transverse and longitudinal joints mechanically in 17" thick slipform concrete at the Albuquerque International Airport.
  • Worked with manufacturer to modify bridge deck finishing machine for low slump, thick airfield pavement that greatly enhanced the quality and productivity of form work paving.
  • Dedication to partnering on all projects and was the first to partner at DIA. Initiated partnering at Albuquerque International Sunport.
  • Contractor Quality Control Program recognized as a model in the industry.
  • Successful implementation of Primavera Scheduling and Resource Loading.

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West Division


The West Division has specialized in concrete pavement construction and reconstruction of highways, streets, parking lots and general aviation airports in Colorado and Wyoming, Texas and the Southwest United States since 1978. This division can proudly count, among its many accomplishments, the following:

  • Expertise in all phases of concrete pavement construction including recycling concrete, unbonded concrete overlays, white-topping, mechanical insertion of transverse and longitudinal bars, and the scheduling and management of complex projects.
  • Dedication to partnering on all projects with the Owner, subcontractors and suppliers to consistently exceed our customer's expectations for quality, value and on time performance.
  • Receiving several top awards from the Colorado/Wyoming ACPA and the national ACPA for smoothness and quality of concrete pavement construction. IHC project managers have also received Colorado DOT regional awards for outstanding projects.
  • Developing an outstanding contractor quality control program under the direction of the corporate Quality Control Manager. Smoothness is measured daily on all highway projects.

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