Jay is the technical liaison for Collaborative Aggregates LLC to the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry. Jay left Warner Babcock as a research scientist during the start-up of Collaborative Aggregates in 2015 to manage the operations of the new company. This includes chemical formulation ingredients sourcing & QC, field product development activity, product manufacturing and product storage & shipping logistics. Jay specializes in small molecule and polymer synthesis. He is one of the first doctorate graduates majoring in the Green Chemistry curriculum at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Jay maintains his office at the institute’s research facility in Wilmington, Massachusetts.
Bart comes to Collaborative Aggregates LLC with an international business background in construction industry sales. Bart is developing and implementing a national sales strategy for the Delta S asphalt rejuvenation technology as a start. His asphalt related sales experience includes roofing and waterproofing construction applications. Bart has extensive experience with soil and water protection and remediation technologies. As new products are commercialized for Warner Babcock, Bart will use his expertise in a wide array of sales management methodologies to design and execute product specific sales strategies. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Bart works from an office at home in Metro Chicago.
Justin Whitfield – Vice President, Materials Science R&D, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry
Joe Pont – Chief Executive Officer, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry
James Babcock – Chief Executive Officer, Collaborative Aggregates
John founded the institute with Jim Babcock in 2007. John’s career includes scientific research leadership positions in academic and industry settings. Long considered one of the founders of the Green Chemistry discipline, Dr. John Warner is often the featured speaker at international and national conferences, symposiums and workshops exploring Green Chemistry.