Shockey Precast Leadership Team

 

Rick Pennell, President & CEO, Metromont Corporation

Member of the Metromont family since 1981

As President and CEO, Rick Pennell really enjoys visiting Metromont’s six plants, getting to know staff and mentoring them in one way or another. Beyond executive leadership and guiding the company’s vision, he feels his main role is to be there to listen. While Rick’s vision and leadership have brought Metromont tremendous growth and success over the years, he is most proud of the growth and accomplishments that he sees in individual staff, from top management to young associates.

 

 

Marshall Sorenson, DBIA; Vice President of Business Development, Sales & Estimating

Marshall has served as Shockey Precast’s Vice President of Business Development, Sales & Estimating since 2003. He has more than 26 years of industry experience, including Operations and General Management. In his current role, Marshall leads the Business Development team in providing innovative solutions for projects, typically those using alternative delivery methods. With a strong focus on mission critical, specialized structures, and parking structures, Marshall targets opportunities that enable Shockey Precast to develop solutions for and become engaged in large, complicated, fast-track projects, at the earliest stages of project development.

He is an active member of the Design-Build Institute of America Mid-Atlantic Region (DBIA-MAR), the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI), International Parking Institute (IPI), 7×24 Exchange, and NAIOP Northern Virginia. He holds a B.S. in Mining Engineering from West Virginia University.

 

orndorffDavid Orndorff, Vice President of Engineering

David has served as Shockey Precast’s Vice President of Engineering since July 2005. A professional engineer with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland, David’s 33 years of experience with Shockey Precast includes Manager of the Engineering division, Engineering Project Manager, and Senior Project Engineer.

He was the 2006 Regional Affiliate President of the Winchester-Frederick County Habitat for Humanity; and a member of the Board of Directors. From April 2003 through October 2005, David served as Chairman, Technical Committee of the Precast Concrete Software Consortium (PCSC). In this capacity, he was responsible for the technical coordination of 13 active member producers and 14 consultants in the specifying and procurement of a new fully parametric 3D solid modeling software platform for the North American precast/prestressed concrete industry. David is also a member of the following Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) committees: Connections, Productivity, Membership, Blast & Structural Integrity.