Track I | Industrial Energy Management
Lawrence F. Fabina graduated from Lafayette College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and earned his M.B.A. at the University of Chicago. Upon graduation from Lafayette College, Larry joined the Bethlehem Steel Corporation as a management trainee at their Burns Harbor Plant in Indiana.
During Larry’s 44 years in the steel industry, he held a series of managerial positions ranging from turn supervisor to plant manager. In 2006, Larry was named Manager of Continuous Improvement and Coordinator of the ArcelorMittal’s USA Energy Reduction Program. Under Larry’s leadership, ArcelorMittal USA has attained over 40 million dollars in grants and incentives for energy projects and attained over 180 million dollars in energy savings. ArcelorMittal USA has been recognized by ENERGY STAR as a “Partner of the Year” twice and attained their highest recognition of “Sustained Excellence” four times for their energy program. To date, ArcelorMittal is the only steel company that has received such honors.
Larry is a chairman for ArcelorMittal’s Global Energy Technical Committee and a member of the managing board for the Northwest Indiana Forum representing.