About PCSA

  • 2017 Officers

    Megan Kitchner
    Atlantic TNG, LLC

    Vice President
    Jason Lambert
    Foterra Pipe & Precast

    Brett Claflin
    Mack Concrete

    Executive Director 
    Rob Wilson

    Board of Directors

    Bob Snowe, American Concrete Industries, Inc.
    Ron Wellham, Del Zotto Products of Florida, Inc.
    Greg Knotts, Mack Concrete Products, Inc.
    Steve Bails, US Concrete Products Corp.
    Buzz Morgan, Lindsay Precast, Inc., Southern Division
    Richard Brown, Standard Precast, Inc.
    Shane DeBogory, United Concrete Products, LLC
    Skip McElhenny, Precast Concrete Systems, LLC
    Richard Shinn, HenKay Precast
    Associate Director: Daniel Pagan, US Foundry

    FDOT Liaison Committee

    Jason Lambert, Forterra Pipe & Precast

    Box Culverts
    Bill Bard, Oldcastle Precast

    Past Presidents

    2014 - 2015    Mike Kovalick
    2012 - 2013   Ralph DeLeon
    2010 - 2011   Greg Kovacs
    2008 - 2009   Mike Vogelsang
    2006 - 2007   Greg Liskey
    2004 - 2005   Bill Bard
    2002 - 2003   Ed Arabian
    2000 - 2001   Wayne Turner
    1998 - 1999   Greg Knotts
    1996 - 1997   Michael Vogelsang
    1994 - 1995   Joe Zachara
    1992 - 1993   Paul Dachoff
    1990 - 1991   Ed Arabian
    1989              Tony Seago
    1987 - 1988   Robert Olsen
    1986              Martin Neiswander
    1985              James Stefanik
    1983 - 1984  Alex DeBogory


  • An Insight into the Precast Concrete Structures Association

    The Precast Concrete Structures Association began in 1983 when a group of underground structure manufacturers decided that there was much to be gained for the State of Florida and for the Industry by standardizing the dimensions of the various drainage components. Thus, an alliance was formed and standardization moved forward under the leadership of its first President Alex DeBogory and first Executive Director Fred L. McGee.

    A key player in the standardization process was the Florida Department of Transportation. PCSA worked very closely with the Department where both organizations benefitted from the exchange of ideas and experience. Gradually, and together, they achieved their goal. State specifications changed to accommodate a high quality and more efficient manufacturing process.

    The relationship with the DOT that was cast so many years ago has cured and strengthened to become one of the most cohesive and productive partnerships between trade associations and Florida state government. The PCSA membership has swelled to include almost every underground structure manufacturer in Florida. Its quarterly membership and FDOT meetings have kept the Industry on a productive track for almost three decades. The results of these meetings impact the drainage construction practices in literally every county, city, and private municipality in the state. And, PCSA personnel training and certification is now a mandatory part of FDOT specifications.

    The Precast Concrete Structures Association has become an integral influence in infrastructure development both for storm water and sanitary drainage which impacts our lives every day. The Industry's foremost leaders continue to honor the association by stepping forward to serve as its President. In 1988 Mr. McGee's legacy of Executive Director was accepted by Fred L. McGee Jr. who retired from this position in December of 2016. The PCSA Board of Directors selected R.W. Wilson & Associates (W&A) to manage association day-to-day operations effective January 2017. Rob Wilson, President of W&A, currently serves as Executive Director of the PCSA.

    We invite all those concerned with drainage related issues to join PCSA and become a part of the ever expanding and influential voice of the underground precast industry.