POWER PROCESS PIPING PROFILE


Management Team

Brief descriptions of key management personnel are provided below. Resumes are available upon request.

Graham Williams, President & CEO
Mr. Williams has a life-long involvement and commitment to Power Process Piping and our customers. In 1984 he became a full-time employee. His first full-time responsibility was as the field material buyer for the PPP/Rouge Steel Continuous Caster Project. Upon successful completion of this assignment Mr. Williams joined the home office staff as material and equipment buyer. He has been an active participant in the steady PPP corporate growth. Staff positions held by Mr. Williams include: Buyer, Purchasing Agent, Vice President and Executive Vice President. He is currently President and CEO. He is a member of the Mechanical Contractors Association and has also served as trustee of the Pipe Fitter Insurance Fund. Mr. Williams attended Oakland Community College and Northwood Institute.

Jerry L. Palmer, Vice President
Mr. Palmer began his career with the Company in 1987 and currently serves as a Vice President and Project Manager. He has over 40 years of industry experience and specializes in large, complex multiple-trade projects. Prior to joining the Company in 1987, Mr. Palmer was employed by Dravo Corporation for twenty-four years as Manager of Estimating and Project Manager. Currently Mr. Palmer serves on the Engineering and Safety Committee for the Pipe Fabrication Institute. Mr. Palmer attended Marietta College.

Norman Sunamoto, Vice President
Mr. Sunamoto has been with PPP since 1977. He began his career at the Company as a project manager. Since that time, Mr. Sunamoto has managed several major projects. Mr. Sunamoto currently serves as the Company Vice President and Quality Control Manager. He served on the Engineering Committee for the Pipe Fabrication Institute and currently serves as a Technical Representative for the National Certified Pipe Welding Bureau. Prior to joining the Company in 1977, Mr. Sunamoto worked for Taylor Engineering Corporation for 17 years where he served as Assistant General Manager. Mr. Sunamoto attended Wayne State University.

Mark Johnson, Vice-President – Shop & Field Operations
Mr. Johnson joined the company in 1993. During his tenure, Mr. Johnson has accumulated extensive experience in the mechanical construction industry, He has held positions ranging from Journeyman Craftsman, Foreman, General Foreman and Superintendent and currently serves as Vice President of all Shop & Field Operations.