Justin Price Becomes 75th FPS President

EvergreenEvergreen Engineering co-CEO Justin Price will serve as president of the Forest Products Society for the 2022-23 term. Price takes over from Terry Liles, Director of Raw Materials for Huber Engineered Woods.

Price, who has been a principal owner of Evergreen since 2012, has spent his career specializing in engineering for the wood products, renewable power generation, and chemical industries. Before becoming co-CEO, he led Evergreen’s Major Projects Div. and functioned as the owner’s engineer for a major wood pellet producer as they designed and procured financing for export-scale wood pelletizing facilities in the U.S. Southeast.

Evergreen is an engineering consulting company with offices in Eugene, Ore.; Atlanta, Ga.; and Everett, Wash.

Prior to joining Evergreen, Price was the Northwest Regional Engineering Manager for a privately held wood products company where he evaluated, designed and executed manufacturing process upgrades at multiple operating facilities.

A 2013 participant of the NREL Executive Leadership Institute, Price holds a patent for the design of a wood chip screening machine with a stepped deck.

Price’s father, Eddie Price, served as the organization’s president in 1996-97. More information on the Forest Products Society can be found at forestprod.org.

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