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Wherever you’re located in the Northeast U.S., we have an expert on the ground who can help roadway owners cost-effectively solve their bridge and pavement problems. Their job isn’t to sell you on our services; they’re focused on helping you understand the benefits of preservation and how it can help extend the life of roads everywhere, whether indus does the work or not.

Francis Conroy

Territory:

Southeastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Southeastern Connecticut

Year started at indus:

2005

In the industry since:

2005
If there’s one thing you need to know about Fran, it’s that he’s honest. He has committed his career to making sure that clients understand the most cost-effective ways to improve their road networks. As a member of the American Public Works Association and Massachusetts Highway Association, he’s a respected member of the pavement preservation community.

Robert Zalinger

Territory:

Central and Western Connecticut

Year started at indus:

2012

In the industry since:

1987
Rob knows that pavement preservation isn’t just important for the road ahead, but every road ahead. That’s because his nearly two decades of experience has taught him that protecting one road helps protect the entire roadway network - and that saves taxpayer money. Having started his roadway career in the blacktop paving business in 1987, he’s seen firsthand how today’s mixes are not lasting as long as they used to and require more frequent maintenance. But for all his focus on roads, that’s not always what comes first. Rob puts most of his effort into making client relationships the strongest they can be.

Arthur Baker

Territory:

Central and Western Massachusetts, Northeastern Connecticut, Vermont, and Southwestern New Hampshire

Year started at indus:

2014

In the industry since:

2002
Art has put his Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering to work in both the public and private sectors. After building roads and bridges in Boston and directing public works departments in Connecticut and Massachusetts, he joined indus to help clients maximize their funding to create the greatest improvement possible to the condition of their paved road networks year after year. (That includes reducing and eliminating pesky potholes.) But at the end of the day, he values client relationships as his top priority.

Alan Viall

Territory:

Central and Northeastern Massachusetts, Central and Eastern New Hampshire, and Maine

Year started at indus:

2014

In the industry since:

1991
From reconstructing docks to dealing with solid waste to repaving highways, Alan has been through it all in both the public and private sector. It’s that kind of experience that drives him to provide not only success or improvement, but both. He knows how to recognize a potential road problem and make an adjustment before it happens - a skill that can benefit almost any client. Nobody works harder at serving client needs.

Tom Hurley

Territory:

Lower Hudson River Valley of New York

Year started at indus:

2018

In the industry since:

1981
If there’s one thing Tom has learned from his three-plus decades of experience in the quarry and asphalt industry, it’s that building relationships is the most important part of his job. Creating and maintaining a good customer relationship gives Tom and his team the ability to not only reduce risk, but offer comprehensive solutions to a wide range of pavement problems.