Article tools: Share:

Thermomass Names Brad Nesset President


ThermomassBrad-Nesset, a leading manufacturer of concrete building insulation systems, is proud to announce that it has appointed Brad Nesset as President. Nesset has been with Thermomass since 2005 and replaces Tom Stecker, who has led the growth of Thermomass since 2004. Stecker is stepping down to spend more time with family and pursue other interests, but will continue to assist Thermomass on various development opportunities.

“I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Tom for many years and I’m excited to work with our employees and partners in new ways,” said Nesset. “Over the past 10 years I’ve gotten to know the industry well and I look forward to the next decade of growth and innovation at Thermomass.”

As President, Nesset will report to Eoin Lehane, President of Meadow Burke. “Brad has been instrumental in the growth of Thermomass”, said Lehane. “His passion for both the business and product innovation along with his strong customer focus make him the ideal candidate to continue the strong growth trajectory of Thermomass. I would also like to thank Tom for his strong leadership of Thermomass over the years and wish him the very best in his future endeavors”.

About Thermomass

Headquartered in Boone, Iowa, Thermomass manufactures insulation systems for a variety of concrete wall applications. Thermomass is a subsidiary of Meadow Burke, the leading innovator of accessories and processes for concrete construction. For more information about Thermomass call (800) 232-1748 or visit

Leave A Comment

Get Connected

Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Connect with us on LinkedIn
Subscribe to us on YouTube


About us

TILT-UP TODAY, a publication of the Tilt-Up Concrete Association, is THE source for Tilt-Up industry news, market intelligence, business strategies, technical solutions, product information, and other resources for professionals in the Tilt-Up industry. A subscription to TILT-UP TODAY is included in a TCA membership. Subscriptions for potential TCA members are also available. If you would like to receive a complimentary subscription to the publication, please contact the TCA.