In February, 2017, David Dziubinski was appointed Head of Health & Safety for the Aggregates and Construction Materials (ACM) business. In this role, he oversees a team of 20 employees who are responsible for almost 300 sites across the United States.
As an accomplished senior manager, he holds diverse experience in engineering and operations, with an underlying focus on ensuring safety standards for employees, contractors and visitors.
Mr. Dziubinski has worked for Lafarge since 2000, primarily on the cement operations side. He has served as plant manager for the Whitehall Cement Plant in Pennsylvania, overseeing operations for the 750,000 ton plant and 1M ton slag granulator, as well as the grinding facility at Sparrow’s Point. At Whitehall, he was instrumental in developing a new alternative fuels program.
From 2004 to 2013, he served as plant manager for the Alpena Cement Plant in Michigan, where he was responsible for a 2.5M ton operation. In 2013, he was deployed to Zambia, Africa, where he worked as plant manager and country executive committee member.
Prior to LafargeHolcim, Mr. Dziubinski worked as a mine superintendent at the Carlota Copper Company from 1995-2000. He also was a mine superintendent at Cambior Alaska Inc. from 1994-1995.
Mr. Dziubinski earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Geology in 1987 and Master of Science in Geological Engineering degree in 1993, both from the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska. He also has completed Market Management program at INSEAD in France and Executive Management Training at Duke University in 2005.