Mt Airy, North Carolina – Joshua Burcaw is the new executive vice president and head of NCFI’s Terrathane geotechnical division. Burcaw has spent his career in the geotechnical polyurethane market. Most recently, he was CEO of Uretek.
‘I have seen the industry come out of its infancy and evolve into a global solution for soil and structural rehabilitation,’ Burcaw said. ‘Over the years, the application has shrunk the size, time and cost of soil repair. The complexity has grown from small residential work to large infrastructure and industrial projects.’
NCFI president Chip Holton added that Burcaw’s experience will help Terrathane expand into new customer segments. ‘The geotechnical market is very important for NCFI’s long-term growth, and we feel we are in a strong position to be a leader in this market segment,’ he said.