He is Chief Executive Officer of Sequa Corporation.
The business was acquired by Carlyle, in 2007, for $2.7Billion.
Prior to joining Sequa Corporation, Mr. Lauzon held positions at two Carlyle portfolio companies. He served as Executive Chairman and CEO, and currently sits on the board of JMC Steel Group, the largest independent tubular steel manufacturer in North America. Previous to that he led Firth Rixson Ltd., first as CEO and later as Chairman. Mr. Lauzon came to The Carlyle Group from Precision Castparts Corporation, a world leader in structural investment castings, forged components and airfoil castings for aircraft engines. At Precision Castparts he led both investment casting and forging-related businesses.
JMC has revenues of about $2B as of 2013.
Chromalloy, Sequa's largest business unit, provides the airline industry with a broad range of aftermarket services and ranks as the leading independent supplier of advanced repairs for jet engine parts. Chromalloy operates around the world and around the clock, providing airlines with timely, cost-effective, and proven repairs for turbine airfoils and other critical engine parts - repairs that extend the life of the parts and drive down airline maintenance costs. Chromalloy also serves the industrial and marine gas turbine market, as well as the military market.
Precoat Metals, the largest independent metal coil coater in North America, provides speedy, dependable service and the highest standard of quality to a broad range of industrial customers. A leader in the application of decorative and protective coatings to continuous coiled steel for use in commercial and residential construction projects, Precoat also serves an expanding roster of other industrial end users.