Don Shockey, Chairman of The Shockey Companies
49 years’ experience in construction, construction materials, supervision and management
Don Shockey began working for the Shockey Companies on a part-time and summer-time basis when he was a high school student. He has worked in every aspect of the businesses; laborer and production worker, administration, scheduling, purchasing and sales. Upon graduation from college in 1965, Mr. Shockey joined the companies on a full-time basis with emphasis on production and scheduling before being named Administrative Manager with responsibility for developing budgets and cost accounting methods. He was elected Executive Vice President 1975, President 1983, became CEO in 1999 and Chairman in 2006.
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Currently Mr. Shockey is serving on the board of Winchester Equipment Company and is a Trustee of Powhatan School. He was the recipient of the Roanoke College Distinguished Alumni Award and past Trustee of Roanoke College. In the past, he has served on the Board of Frederick County Industrial Development Authority; F&M National Corporation; Winchester Cold Storage; Winchester Medical Center; and the Regional Board of BB&T.
Tom McCabe, President
As President of The Shockey Precast Group, Tom ensures that the Shockey reputation for quality and service is reflected in all aspects of the firm’s daily operations. His vision and commitment to the company’s future involves fully exploring every opportunity for growth and innovation to build a strong future for Shockey and its clients.
A member of SPG since 1983, Tom’s roles have included Sales and Project Management, and he is well versed in all facets of the company’s operations. He has been involved in every major project completed by Shockey during the past 30 years, and from 2011-2013, Tom provided executive leadership for a major project in Utah for which Shockey established a project-specific precast manufacturing facility.
He is an active member of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI), and holds a B.A. in English from Georgetown University.
Marshall Sorenson, DBIA; Vice President of Business Development, Sales & Estimating
Marshall has served as SPG’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 SPG 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.
David Orndorff, Vice President of Engineering
David has served as the Shockey Precast Group’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 23 years of experience with Shockey 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.
Alan Cassell, Project Operations Manager
Alan has served as SPG’s Project Operations Manager since 2014, and brings more than 33 years of industry experience to his role at SPG. As Project Operations Manager, Alan manages a department that includes five professional engineers and four engineers-in-training, four Engineering Project Managers, two project managers, eight drafters, and two project coordinators. Under his leadership, SPG’s Project Operations department continues to create innovations in its engineering processes and to seek out ways to improve efficiency.
Alan is responsible for ensuring all engineering and project management functions are fulfilled properly and efficiently for each active project. He consistently reviews and monitors project progress from the award of a project through manufacturing to the final turnover package provided to the owner after project completion. He also acts as the connection between Project Operations—comprised of project management and engineering staff—and Manufacturing and Field Operations—responsible for installation of the project. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology from North Carolina State University and an MPS in Psychology of Leadership from The Pennsylvania State University.