Ceco Concrete Construction L.L.C. -- the nation’s leading design-assist structural concrete contractor -- announces Danny Battles has been named President, effective January 1, 2020. Battles previously served as Senior Vice President of Ceco’s Southern Operations. In his 31-year tenure at Ceco, Battles has served the company in various roles and levels of management, working at Ceco operations in Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, Dallas, New Orleans, and -- most recently -- San Antonio for the past 12 years.

Battles has worked on numerous noteworthy Ceco projects throughout the years, including the renowned Chase Field in Phoenix. Chase Field, formerly Bank One Ballpark, is the nation’s first stadium with a retractable roof over a natural-grass playing surface, which was replaced by synthetic turf in 2019.

Battles holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Oklahoma State University.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to lead Ceco Concrete Construction into its next chapter,” says Battles. “We have a strong team in place to help us achieve our mission of leading the construction industry in the delivery of innovative, client-focused, structural solutions that provide exceptional client results.”

Founded in 1912, Ceco Concrete Construction is the nation’s leading design-assist structural concrete contractor helping clients build high performing, cost-efficient structures through front-line innovation and technology such as Building Information Modeling to provide the highest quality outcome with the least possible risk. Ceco’s national resources and local presence provide support from schematic design through top-out of cast-in-place concrete structures. With 15 locations across the United States, Ceco is headquartered in Kansas City, Mo. and is one of several companies comprising the Heico Construction Group – a group of companies owned by the parent holding company Heico. For more information, visit www.cecoconcrete.com.