Gregory Ronczka is Vice President of Environment & Sustainability for Lehigh Hanson. In this role he oversees the environmental compliance of legacy and ongoing operations in addition to very aggressive sustainability goals that the company has aligned with the Paris Agreement. These have been placed into very specific near and long-term targets to be met by 2025, 2030, and 2050. The ultimate goal is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 at the latest.
In 2017 he began his career with Lehigh Hanson, Inc. by taking the position of President of Three Rivers Management Inc, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was responsible for managing the discontinued operations environmental and legal matters of various Lehigh Hanson, Inc. companies. Prior to joining Lehigh Hanson in 2017, he served as Director for CB&I’s Site Assessment & Remedial Services business line where he also held various other positions of increasing responsibility for CB&I and its predecessor companies for nearly 27 years.
Since 2020 Gregory has served on the Board of Directors of the Wildlife Habitat Council.
Gregory holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geosciences from the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania and a Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health from the University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is also a Professional Geologist licensed in Pennsylvania.