Wynnchurch Capital, owner of Indiana Limestone Company, has selected Tom Quigley as the next chief executive officer of Indiana Limestone Company.
“We chose Tom because of his twenty-five years in the building products industry. Over that time, he has demonstrated expertise in organizational and leadership skills that translates to growth in market share and overall success,” said Terry M. Theodore, partner of Wynnchurch Capital.
“It is an honor to join Indiana Limestone Company, a century-old organization with a great heritage that has built a strong reputation in the marketplace for its unwavering commitment to product quality. I look forward to building upon that heritage as we continue to focus on creating value for our customers,” said Quigley.
Quigley is a recognized executive leader with experience in growing companies and delivering innovative solutions and systems that drive shareholder value, Wynnchurch says. Most recently with Owens Corning, Quigley was general manager overseeing a $600-million division, 2,100 employees and 10 manufacturing plants in the United States and Canada. He led the business through one of the most challenging environments given the downturn in housing. Quigley was credited with growing market share in North America and developing a sustainable product platform that was one of the largest in the company’s history. Prior to Owens Corning, Quigley held executive positions with a variety of Fortune 500 companies, including United Technologies and Ingersoll Rand.
Founded in 1926, Indiana Limestone Company is a fully integrated supplier of Indiana limestone, from raw block and slab to finished dimensional cut stone and standard building products. It is the largest limestone quarrier and fabricator in the United States. The Empire State Building, 15 Central Parke West, Procter & Gamble World Headquarters, Washington National Cathedral and 35 of 50 state capitol buildings all were built with Indiana limestone.