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         SI’s General Meeting held at the May-  ference series, and more. He also pro-  tor and Global Functional Leader, Body,
         flower  Hotel  in  Washington,  DC.  The   vided technical updates to the Auto/Steel   Exterior, and Dimensional Engineering,
         awards were presented in three catego-  Design Manual and CARS software. He   GM Global Technical Center, General
         ries to recognize lifetime achievement,   was successful in his efforts to help au-  Motors Company.  Warden is a team
         industry leadership and market devel-  tomakers achieve the mass reduction   leader in the application of Advanced
         opment achievement by AISI Chair-  and performance targets of their future   High-Strength Steel (AHSS) solutions
         man Roger Newport, chief  executive   vehicle programs through the use of new   to General Motors vehicles and a strong
         officer of AK Steel Corporation.   steel grades, new design solutions, and   proponent of collaboration through
           All three award categories acknowl-  new manufacturing technologies.  SMDI and its member companies. His
         edge lasting contributions made to ad-  The  SMDI  Industry  Leadership   efforts to take advantage of the proper-
         vancing the competitive use of steel in   Award for steel industry partners and   ties and value of steel and apply them
         the construction, automotive and pack-  customers was presented to:   to GM vehicle design challenges has
         aging markets. However, they are each   John Cross,  P.E.,  Vice President of   contributed  significantly  to  the  use  of
         unique,  based on  these  parameters:   Special Projects, American Institute   AHSS in the automotive marketplace.
         1) individual achievements made over   of Steel Construction.  Cross  is  a tire-  The SMDI Market Development
         the course of a career (SMDI Lifetime   less advocate for the use of structural   Achievement Award for members of
         Achievement Award), 2) contributions   steel over competing materials and for   the North American steel industry was
         made by steel industry partners and   the use of steel from North American   presented to Blake Zuidema, Ph.D., Se-
         customers (SMDI Industry Leadership   mills vs. imported product. He is a fre-  nior Director, Automotive Product Ap-
         Award), and 3) contributions made by   quent speaker at seminars focused on   plications Division, ArcelorMittal Global
         members of the North American steel   construction  economics,  sustainabil-  R&D –  East  Chicago.  With  extensive
         industry (SMDI Market Development   ity, and building information model-  experience in both the steel and automo-
         Achievement Award).                ing  (BIM). His  expertise on  national   tive industries, Zuidema is recognized
           The  SMDI  Lifetime  Achievement   model green standards and programs   for his expertise on Life Cycle Analysis
         Award was presented to Paul Schurter,   in the United States, messaging rela-  technical issues and strategic leader-
         ArcelorMittal Dofasco (retired). For   tive to the sustainable benefits of steel   ship on how the steel industry can meet
         more than 20 years, Schurter was a vi-  vs. wood in construction,  and active   future automotive industry challenges.
         tal member of SMDI’s automotive team,   participation  on SMDI’s Construction   Throughout his career, he has contribut-
         providing leadership for the Automotive   Sustainability Council  have contrib-  ed technical and sustainability solutions
         Applications  Council,  Auto/Steel  Part-  uted  significantly  to  the  long-lasting   to future vehicle design challenges.
         nership, Automotive Technical Panel,   competitiveness of the steel industry.  “We are pleased to recognize each of
         the Great Designs in Steel annual con-  Gregory S. Warden, Executive Direc-          continued on next page

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