In July 2015, John Stull was named Chief Executive Officer for the US Cement organization. An accomplished leader, Mr. Stull is responsible for all cement product lines, overseeing an organization of approximately 3,200 employees, 13 cement and grinding plants and more than 100 cement terminals. In 2016, US Cement produced 22.6 million tons of cement with revenues of $2.2 billion.
Prior to the merger, Mr. Stull was president and CEO of Lafarge USA, comprising both cement and aggregate construction materials businesses. During his tenure, he led the formation of a new country structure from multiple divisions to one commercial approach resulting in stronger performance. In this role, he also oversaw the Lafarge aggregates and construction materials operations.
Mr. Stull has worked all over the world for Lafarge. He served as regional president Sub-Saharan Africa in Cairo, Egypt in 2009, and regional president, Latin America, based in Paris, France in 2008. From 2005 to 2008, Mr. Stull served as senior vice president of Marketing and Supply Chain where he designed a global cost efficiency program that resulted in savings of €500 million.
His diverse professional background also includes roles responsible for cement and ready-mixed operations for several US divisions, as well as at the Alpena Cement plant in Michigan as plant manager.
Mr. Stull he has served as President and Chairman of the Board for the Portland Cement Association (PCA). He is also a board member for the National Stone, Sand, and Gravel Association (NSSGA) and for the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA).
Mr. Stull received his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from the University of Akron in Ohio and earned an Advance Management Degree from Harvard University in Massachusetts.