Arkansas Money & Politics: Lexicon Promotes Ingram to VP of Fabrication Group

Arkansas Money & Politics: Lexicon Promotes Ingram to VP of Fabrication Group

Lexicon Promotes Ingram to VP of Fabrication Group

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Arkansas Money & Politics

Jan. 8, 2024

Arkansas-based Lexicon recently promoted Jeremy Ingram to vice president of its Fabrication Group. In this role, he will assist in the daily oversight of the fabrication side of Lexicon’s business, which includes Custom Metals, Prospect Steel and Steel Fabricators of Monroe.

“Over the course of Jeremy’s career at Lexicon, he has proven time and again that he has the technical expertise, leadership skills and strategic mindset to propel our business forward,” said Lexicon CEO Patrick Schueck. “We’re excited to welcome him to the leadership team and to see the positive impact he’ll make in this role.”

Ingram – who will report to Ryan Walmsley, president of the Fabrication Group – has 26 years of experience in the construction industry, the past 12 of which he’s spent at Lexicon. He most recently served as director of operations for Lexicon’s Custom Metals, where he oversaw pre-construction planning, estimating, accounts payable and receiving, contract review, training and more. Before that, Ingram served as senior project manager and director of operations, respectively, at Lexicon’s Prospect Steel.

During his time with Prospect Steel, Ingram worked on significant projects, including a Tesla manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas; Amazon distribution centers in Colorado and Ohio; a Tenaris seamless pipe mill in Bay City, Texas; and the Metra/UPRR North Line in Chicago, Illinois.

Before joining Lexicon, Ingram held various positions at PKM Steel Service Inc., in Salina, Kansas. He studied at Salina Tech and Kansas State University’s Salina campus, where he earned an associate’s degree in civil construction engineering technology.

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