John Sprovieri – CEO/Director, Age 67
John Sprovieri's background is in Mechanical Engineering being in the manufacturing industry for many years. He is an American born in Australia and moved permanently to the US in 1994. He and his wife, Mary have been married nearly 46 years and have no children.
In 1975, Mr. Sprovieri developed an agricultural/industrial tractor line and developed both the manufacturing and marketing segments of his company, Australian Tractor Manufacturers Pty. Ltd. The corporation produced nearly 500 units over the next 14 years until he sold the company to Just Australia China Holdings Ltd. (JACH) with interests in China, Korea and Russia. The company was operating profitably at the time it was sold. JACH were setting up overseas operations and were going to manufacture in China or South Korea. He stayed on with the corporation liaising with overseas licensed manufacturers and markets. He traveled extensively into Europe, USSR, the Middle East and North America.
Following completion of his obligations to JACH in 1993, he researched the US West Coast Market for low cost housing development, and started a transport company following working with 2 transport companies in Washington and Oregon in various positions throughout the West Coast corridor for nearly 3 years. In 1997 John launched an interstate transport company and was responsible for all facets of management including finance, operations, personnel and government compliance. In 2003, John commenced development of the Auscrete technology and acquired financing to further develop the Cellucon based technology and product with a view to creating an affordable housing manufacturing operation.
During the past 12 years since 2003, Mr. Sprovieri has been principally involved with launching and managing the Auscrete of Oregon development activities. During this time, he has set up a manufacturing facility, trained personnel, redeveloped technology and started production of Auscrete products in 2007.
Clifford Jett – Director, Age 75
Mr. Jett was the Mayor of the City of Rufus until December, 2014 and had been since 1998. He is chairman of the Lower John Day Regional Partnership and on the Board of Directors of Mid-Columbia Council of Governments. He is also a member of the Mid Columbia Economic Development District and the Lower John Day Area Commission on Transportation.
Mr. Jett comes from the Columbia Gorge and has an intimate knowledge of the area. He and his wife, Kay live in Rufus on their small agricultural holding. In his earlier career he became heavily involved in Law Enforcement and, since 1967, spent many years in Nevada commencing as a Conservation Fieldman II for the Nevada Dept. of Fish and Game. Until 1991, he worked through the ranks to achieve Region III L.E. Supervisor status as Fish and Game Agent III at the Nevada Dept. of Wildlife. This diverse career gave him much experience in management, public relations, budgeting, law enforcement knowledge, personnel evaluations and preparation of quarterly and annual reports.
In 1996, Mr. Jett became a city councilman for the City of Rufus and was elected Mayor in 1998. In addition to having been a deputy of the Sheriff’s Department in the marine division, he is also a vineyard farmer and a partner in a small museum in the area. Mr. Jett's 23 years in Law Enforcement gave him the ability to display professionalism and integrity as part of his life's philosophy. His leadership and problem solving ability make him well qualified to serve on the Board of Directors of this corporation.
William Beers – Director, Age 78
Mr. Beers has lived in Sherman County since 1956 and lives with his wife, Linda in the City of Rufus. He recently became semi-retired and retired from his position as a councilman for the City of Rufus where he served for a number of years. Bill is directly involved in the presentation of the city to possible development of local businesses and commercial and industrial enterprises by encouraging potential business people to move to the city's business park.
Mr. Beers' experience in business management stretches back decades. He has owned and managed a number of business including a truck stop service station and restaurant, all of which he sold when they were operating profitably and are still operating today. Around 12 years ago and at retirement age, he and his wife Linda purchased the Hi-Way Market general store and deli in Rufus and shared the business and personnel management responsibilities. Seeking retirement, they leased the business to their employees two years ago.
ASCK is a Wyoming registered public company and has its office in Rufus, Oregon. It was incorporated on December 31, 2009 and became effective in December 2014.
AUSCRETE CORP (OTCBB:ASCK) was established to finance the construction and implementation of a manufacturing facility for Auscrete’s building products. Auscrete Corporation possesses certain proprietary technology in cellular lightweight concrete manufacturing.
Auscrete Cellular Concrete (“ACC”) is the culmination of the refinements made to a technology developed in Australia in the mid 1980’s. According to ASCK the Australian product has been used in many parts of the world in construction, and Auscrete has further developed it in the US by creating a thermally efficient building system.
A pilot plant was commenced in 2007 at Rufus, OR and trial products, such as houses, commercial building and amenities facilities were constructed.
Since commencing re-development of the basic technology almost ten years ago, Auscrete’s engineers have refined and modified the basic ACC formulautilizing various bubble producing machines that create the infusion of millions of tiny air bubbles into a special inert concrete mix thus producing a lightweight product without sacrificing strength or structural integrity.
A number of specialized machines have been fabricated for the manufacturing of ACC including machinery that can produce various sized bubbles, hydraulically operated casting beds, concrete batching plant, materials handling equipment, specialized finishing machines and a “Hot Box” materials thermal testing cabinet that gives thermal “R” ratings of materials to ASTM specifications. Additionally, many sample panels have been produced for testing and for the construction of structures.
In October ASCX said it recently acquired all of the new technology based manufacturing plant previously used in the design and development of Auscrete “affordable housing” products. This enables the company to resume production of their Eco-Friendly lightweight concrete building materials and provide construction of technologically advanced site built homes and commercial structures.
Auscrete Corporation (ASCK) in Final Negotiations to Acquire Revenue-Producing Assets.
Dale Shirley, president of Big Reach Media, an IR firm representing Auscrete said that "Auscrete has positioned itself to be at the forefront of what could be a huge project in Jamaica that will definitely add value to the shareholders of Auscrete.
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