Plymouth, Mich., and Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 28, 2018--National Steel City (NSC), one of the nation's leading structural/mechanical erectors serving the power industry, today announced the appointment of Ryan G. Miner as Vice President, Sales & Marketing. Miner brings more than 20 years proven experience in contract negotiation and business development in the construction industry. Miner will join fellow NSC senior executives for meetings with customers, partners, and industry professionals at Power-Gen 2018 Dec. 4-6, in Orlando.

"We welcome Ryan to the NSC executive leadership team and look forward to his many contributions to advance NSC new business development initiatives and strengthen longstanding customer relationships," said NSC Chief Executive Officer Bob Dunn. "Ryan brings an outstanding record of accomplishment and experience to NSC. We are pleased to welcome him aboard."

Miner brings proven success working with many clients served by NSC for more than two decades. He earned a Juris Doctorate degree from William Mitchell College of Law, and a bachelor's degree in Strategic Management from Hamline University. Miner holds strong executive-level relationships, business development, and contract negotiation skills; successfully negotiating over $2.5 billion in contracts, including more than $1.4 billion in prime engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts.

NSC Power & Industrial provides process installation services to power generating customers for Coal Combustion Residual projects, resulting in the execution of several significant Fly Ash and Bottom Ash projects at some of the nation's largest coal-fired generating plants. NSC Power & Industrial has progressed into one of the nation's leading structural/mechanical subcontractors for the electric utility and heavy industrial markets. Its projects include: installation and retrofit of Air Quality Control Systems (AQCS), Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs), turbine buildings, as well as rough setting mechanical equipment with responsibility for rigging and heavy haul transportation.

In over three decades, NSC has successfully completed projects in more than 30 states, constructing structural steel projects in the automotive, metals/mining, and sports and commercial markets. NSC's industry-recognized safety and productivity initiatives are validated by competitive EMR (Experience Modification Rate), TRIR (Total Recordable Injury Rate), and DART (Days Away Restricted or Transferred) rates that prove its top-down safety culture is working.

About National Steel City LLC
Building on marquee experience in more than 30 states nationwide, Plymouth, Mich.-based National Steel City (NSC) is one of the nation's leading steel construction and erection companies. NSC has consistently ranked among Engineering News Record's, top structural steel erection companies with successfully completed projects in automotive and aircraft manufacturing, the erection of steel mill buildings (including the placement of associated equipment), convention centers, airports and sports facilities. NSC Power & Industrial specializes in providing construction services for the electric utility industry on major, complex, fast-track projects that have included the turnkey installation of Air Quality Control Systems and HRSGs, Turbine Buildings, Air Cooled Condensers, the wholesale renovation of existing plants and the construction of new Single Cycle and Combined Cycle power generating units. NSC holds the ASME "RU and S" code stamps and is an AISC Certified Advanced Steel Erector.

For more information visit, follow on Twitter @nationalsteel, or call 1-800-ERECTOR.

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