CONCRETEPAC is the ready mixed concrete industry's political action
committee (PAC) that supports pro-business, pro-ready mixed concrete candidates
for federal office. NRMCA's strategic plan calls for CONCRETEPAC to be robust,
effective and sustainable.
Pro-Ready Mixed Concrete Candidates
During the 2016 election cycle,
CONCRETEPAC was able to disburse a record-breaking $423,500 to 122
pro-ready mixed concrete candidates in 42 states.
CONCRETEPAC is overseen by a Board of Trustees, made up of eight
NRMCA members and is regulated by the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
CONCRETEPAC supports candidates on a bipartisan basis and is currently the fifth largest PAC in the Building Materials
& Equipment space.
2016 CONCRETEPAC Post Election Report
FEC requires all association PACs with corporate members (like CONCRETEPAC) to
obtain prior approval before it can solicit individuals or a company's
CONCRETEPAC prior approval by completing this form today!
2017-2018 CONCRETEPAC Disbursements to date
Gray to Green
In 2017, NRMCA launched Gray to
Green: the Path to a Sustainable CONCRETEPAC to provide a more distributed, more
sustainable support base for CONCRETEPAC and to support CONCRETEPAC's goal of
raising $1 million per cycle by 2024. Gray to Green consists of three
components: a Major Donor Program, the Producer Member Challenge Program, and
the Associate Member Challenge Program. For more information, read the plan
CONCRETEPAC Board of Trustees
Chandler, NRMCA Immediate Past Chairman, Chandler Concrete Co., Inc.
Robert Garbini, President, NRMCA
Rodney Grogran, NRMCA Vice Chairman, MMC Materials, Inc.
Michael LeMonds, NRMCA Government Affairs Committee Chairman, LafargeHolcim
Nathan McKean, CONCRETEPAC Chairman, Breckenridge Material Co.
Parson, NRMCA Chairman, Staker Parson Companies An Oldcastle Company
Romano, NRMCA Government Affairs Committee Vice Chairman, United Materials LLC
William Sandbrook, NRMCA Secretary/Treasurer, U.S. Concrete, Inc.
more information on CONCRETEPAC, please contact Taylor Drzewicki,
Director, Government and Political Affairs at