William D. Gehl who currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Astec Industries, also previously served as a member of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Gehl Company, a company engaged in the manufacturing of compact construction equipment, from 1987 and 1992, respectively, until his retirement in 2009. Mr. Gehl also served as Chairman of the Board of Gehl Company from 1996 until his retirement. Since June 2011, Mr. Gehl has been an owner and Chairman of IBD of Southeastern Wisconsin, an exclusive distributor of Interstate Batteries in southeastern Wisconsin. Mr. Gehl also serves as Chairman of the Board and a Director of FreightCar America, a public company engaged in the manufacturing of railroad freight cars. Mr. Gehl is a member of the state bars of Wisconsin and Florida. Mr. Gehl has been a Director of the Company since 1999.

Mr. Gehl, having served as the CEO of a publicly owned construction equipment manufacturing company for 17 years, brings a broad range of experiences in both strategic planning and management. Mr. Gehl’s manufacturing, marketing and financing knowledge is very valuable to the Company.

Age: 75

James Baker has been a Managing Partner of River Associates Investments, LLC and predecessor entities, a private equity investment fund which partners with management teams in buyouts, divestitures and recapitalizations of lower middle market companies since 2001. From 1993 to 2001, he was a Partner in River Associates, LLC. Mr. Baker was President and Chief Operating Officer (1991-1992) and Senior Vice President (1987-1991) of CONSTAR International, Inc., a plastics container manufacturer. Mr. Baker also formerly served as a director of Wellman, Inc. and US Xpress. Mr. Baker has been a director of the Company since 2010.

Mr. Baker’s strong background in all aspects of executing acquisitions, both in the U.S. and internationally, are valuable to the Company. He also has over 31 years of experience in strategic planning and operating decisions for middle market companies in a variety of industries. Mr. Baker, who serves as one of the financial experts of the Company’s Audit Committee, has a financial background and has had a wide range of experience in financial reporting for publicly-owned companies. He has served as an independent director on the audit committees of two public companies, had primary responsibility for the financial reporting of a public company and also worked with several public companies during his career with Arthur Andersen & Co.

Age: 76

Tracey H. Cook has been a Vice President of Fluor and President of AMECO since 2014. Fluor is a Fortune 500 engineering and construction company and AMECO offerings include construction equipment, tools and scaffolding solutions. Ms. Cook joined Fluor Corporation in 1989 and, beginning in 2001, served as AMECO’s Chief Financial Officer, VP of Regional Operations for North America/Caribbean and Chief Operations Office for the business globally before becoming its President in 2014. Prior to 2001, she worked in finance on multiple projects with various industry groups in addition to new business and e-commerce initiatives for Fluor. She then transferred to AMECO where she was instrumental in divesting the North American commercial equipment dealerships in 2001. She has a B.S. in Accounting from the University of South Carolina and has completed several executive management and leadership programs including Wharton and Thunderbird. Ms. Cook has been a director of the Company since 2018.

Ms. Cook brings nearly 31 years of experience in optimizing operations, finance, international business and the construction equipment industry. As a leader at a Fortune 500 engineering and construction company, Ms. Cook is uniquely qualified to provide relevant expertise that is very valuable to the Company as it executes its strategy. Ms. Cook serves as one of the financial experts of the Company’s Audit Committee.

Age: 54

William G. Dorey served as Director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Granite Construction Incorporated from 2004 until his retirement from employment in 2010. Mr. Dorey continued to serve as a Director of Granite Construction until June 2017. Granite Construction is a publicly traded heavy civil contractor engaged in the construction and improvement of roads, mass transit facilities, airport infrastructure, bridges, dams and other infrastructure-related projects and the production of sand, gravel and asphalt concrete and other construction materials. Mr. Dorey started his career with Granite Construction in 1967 and held numerous positions over his 42 years with the company. Mr. Dorey has also served in various industry leadership roles, including founding Chairman of the Construction Industry Ethics and Compliance Initiative (CIECI) Steering Committee, trustee of the Norman Y. Mineta International Institute for Surface Transportation Policy Studies, member on the Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT), director of the California Chamber of Commerce, and director of the California Business Roundtable. Mr. Dorey has been a director of the Company since 2011.

Mr. Dorey has extensive experience within the infrastructure construction industry and his knowledge and understanding of the industry and our customer needs provides valuable insight to the Company.

Age: 77

Mr. Gliebe is a seasoned, former public-company Chairman and CEO with deep experience in the global manufacturing operations of industrial companies with highly engineered products. Until his retirement in 2019, he served as Chairman and CEO of Regal Beloit Corporation, now Regal Rexnord (NYSE: RRX), a global manufacturer of electrical motors and controls, power generation products and power transmission components. During his eight years as the CEO of Regal Beloit, Mr. Gliebe drove operational excellence from the factory floor up, establishing key performance metrics and aligning incentives. Prior to Mr. Gliebe’s role as CEO, he had served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Regal Beloit from 2005 to 2011. Prior to joining Regal Beloit, he worked at General Electric for 22 years holding various positions of increased responsibility. In addition, Mr. Gliebe has meaningful public and private company governance experience having served on both public and private company boards.

Age: 61

Mary L. Howell has served as Chief Executive Officer of Howell Strategy Group, an international consulting firm, since the firm’s founding in 2010. Previously, Ms. Howell served as Executive Vice President of Textron Inc. from 1995 to 2009. She also served on the Textron Management Committee, which was composed of Textron’s top five executives responsible for the management of the company, for over 15 years. Ms. Howell served as Lead Director of the Board of Directors of Esterline Corporation, an aerospace and defense company until 2018. In addition, she serves on the Board of Vectrus, an industry-leading facilities management, logistics and network communications services company, and is a member of its Audit and Compensation Committees and Chairs the Strategy Committee. In 2008, Ms. Howell received the Charles Ruch Semper Fidelis Award and in 2010 became an Honorary Marine for her long-standing commitment to the U.S. Marine Corps and her leadership in various programs that have supported the Marine Corps mission. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a Bachelor of Science degree. Ms. Howell has been a director of the Company since 2019.

Ms. Howell has extensive experience in global operations, marketing, sales, business development and merger and acquisition transactions that strengthen the Board’s oversight of the Company’s strategic plans and enterprise risk. Ms. Howell also has significant board experience that has given her insight to sophisticated risk management practices that contributes to the Board’s oversight of the Company’s complex global operations.

Age: 69

Mr. Jain currently serves as President, Digital Electronics at Wabtec Corporation, a role he has held since 2020. Wabtec Corporation is a leading global provider of equipment, systems, digital solutions and value-added services for the freight and transit rail industries, as well as the mining, marine and industrial markets. Prior to his current role, Mr. Jain served as Group President of Wabtec’s Global Equipment business, leading Wabtec’s comprehensive global locomotive, mining, marine, stationery and drill portfolios. Mr. Jain also led GE Transportation’s international business activities in key markets like APAC, China, Australia, Europe and Africa. He was responsible for expanding the business footprint and global capabilities across these regions. He previously served as CEO for GE Aviation and GE Transportation in South Asia. Prior to GE, he was Director of Global Partnerships with Bombardier Inc.

Linda I. Knoll was a long-serving Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for both Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and CNH Industrial, a global manufacturer of agriculture and construction equipment. She joined Case Corporation in 1994 - after spending more than a decade in supply chain and program management positions at General Dynamics - and beginning in 1999, became General Manager of the global Crop Production business of CNH Industrial. From 2003-2007, Ms. Knoll led manufacturing footprint restructuring/merger integration in North America and then directed the advancement of agricultural industrial operations and product development around the world. She was named CHRO in late 2007. Ms. Knoll was a member of the CNH Industrial Group Executive Council - the senior leadership committee responsible for management of the company - for 15 of her 25 years with the company. Additionally, she was part of the equivalent leadership team of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles for 10 years. A current Director of the Board of Iveco Group NV, she is a member of its ESG Committee and Chairs the Human Capital and Compensation Committee. Knoll is also a Board Director of Schneider Electric SE (since 2014) and serves on its Governance and Remuneration Committee and Chairs the HR and CSR Committee. She is also now an advisor to Exor NV, one of Europe’s largest diversified holding companies. Ms. Knoll is a graduate of Central Michigan University where she studied Business Administration, Economics and Journalism.

Ms. Knoll’s depth of public company leadership experience, her expertise in managing complex manufacturing operations, knowledge of operations of multi-billion-dollar global enterprises, and mergers and acquisitions (including integration) are especially valuable to the Board and the management team.

Age: 61

Charles F. Potts is the Chairman of the Board of Heritage Construction and Materials, a provider of construction materials and services that operates in the Midwest United States and China. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Heritage Construction and Materials from 2003 thru 2012. Prior to joining Heritage Construction and Materials, Mr. Potts was employed as an executive officer of Ashland, Inc., where he served as President of APAC Inc. and Senior Vice President of Ashland Inc. Mr. Potts also served as the Director of Construction of the Florida Department of Transportation for 18 years. Mr. Potts has previously served as the Chairman of the Board of the National Center for Asphalt Technology, the International Center for Aggregates Research and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association. Mr. Potts has been a Director of the Company since 2014.

Mr. Potts brings extensive experience in, and knowledge of, the construction and aggregates industry to the Company. In addition to his executive leadership experience in the industry, he has conducted extensive research involving highway construction materials and pavement design and published the original guide specification for asphalt recycled pavements.

Age: 77

Barry A. Ruffalo has served as President and Chief Executive Officer (‘‘CEO’’) of Astec Industries since August 2019. Prior to joining Astec Industries, he was employed by Valmont Industries, a publicly-traded global producer of highly-engineered fabricated metal products, where he had served from 2015 to 2016 as Executive Vice President, Operational Excellence, from 2016 to 2017 as Group President - Energy & Mining, during 2017 as Group President - North America Structures/Energy/Mining and from 2018 to July 2019 as Group President of Global Engineered Support Structures. Preceding his career at Valmont Industries, from 2013 to 2015, Mr. Ruffalo served terms as President of the Irrigation and of the Infrastructure divisions of Lindsay Corporation, a publicly-traded global leader in proprietary water management and road infrastructure products and services.

Mr. Ruffalo, based on his current service as CEO of the Company and his prior service as an executive of two other companies, provides the Board with invaluable insight into industrial operations and knowledge of the Company’s current operations.

Age: 52

William Bradley Southern is the current Chairman of the Board of Directors of Louisiana-Pacific (‘‘LP’’), a global leader of high-performance building solutions based in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has also served as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors since 2017. Mr. Southern joined LP in 1999 and led LP’s siding business from 2005 to 2015 before taking the lead for OSB operations, a position he held until he was named Chief Operating Officer in 2016. Mr. Southern began his career with MacMillan Bloedel as a forester, where he held a variety of jobs in forestry, strategic planning, finance, accounting and plant management. He has a Bachelor of Science and a master’s degree in Forest Resources, both from the University of Georgia. Mr. Southern has been a director of the Company since 2018.

Mr. Southern brings to the Company more than 20 years of experience in the building materials manufacturing industry, including three years as CEO of a high-performance building solutions company. The Company benefits from his strong focus on operational execution and his fresh insights and perspective as the Company continues to execute its strategic plan to accelerate growth, improve profitability and drive shareholder value.

Age: 62

Glen E. Tellock has been the President and CEO of Lakeside Foods, a privately-held international food processor, since May 2016 and retired from this position effective May 2021. Previously, he served as the President and CEO of The Manitowoc Company, a manufacturer of construction and food service equipment, from May 2007 until October 2015. He also served as Chairman of the Board of The Manitowoc Company from February 2009 until October 2015. Prior to that, he served as Senior Vice President of The Manitowoc Company beginning in 1999 and President and General Manager of Manitowoc Crane Group beginning in 2002. Prior to joining Manitowoc in 1991, Mr. Tellock served as Financial Planning Manager with the Denver Post Corporation and as Audit Manager with Ernst and Whinney (now Ernst & Young, LLP). Mr. Tellock also currently serves as a director on the board of Badger Meter, Inc. Mr. Tellock has been a director of the Company since 2006.

Mr. Tellock, who serves as one of the financial experts of the Company’s Audit Committee and has previously served as an audit manager of a major accounting firm, provides the Board with extensive knowledge and experience with respect to financial reporting and risk assessment.

Accordingly, Mr. Tellock’s depth of public company leadership experience, expertise in managing complex manufacturing operations and knowledge in leading a multi-billion-dollar global company are especially valuable to the Board and management team. In addition, his knowledge of manufacturing and marketing of construction equipment both domestically and internationally provides the Board unique perspective.

Age: 61