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Boring Retires from AISI, Is Succeeded by Wills
Posted by Geoff Weisenberger on February 4, 2008 at 11:52 AM.

The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) has announced that Delbert F. Boring, P.E., vice president of construction market development, has retired from the Institute after 31 years of service.

 

Boring joined AISI in 1976 as regional director of construction codes and standards and was eventually promoted to director of construction codes and standards. In 2003, he was promoted to vice president of construction market development, where he was responsible for developing and implementing the Market Development Strategic Plan 2005–2009 for AISI’s Construction Market program. He was also responsible for oversight of AISI’s Codes and Standards program.

 

Robert J. Wills, P.E., currently AISI’s director of construction codes and standards, has assumed responsibility for AISI’s Construction Market program. Wills, who has over 18 years of experience with AISI, served as director of construction codes and standards, where he was responsible for managing steel industry activity related to the development processes for numerous national, state, and local building code organizations, ensuring that the resulting regulations reflected current practice and did not inhibit the safe use of steel products.


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