Rock Anthony Coco
Coco Paving Inc.
Rock Anthony Coco is President of Coco Paving Inc., a division of the Coco Group.
A civil engineering graduate from the University of Windsor in 1987, he gained his
license to practice as a Professional Engineer in 1991 and immediately took an active
leadership role in the company in expanding the responsibilities in the Heavy Construction
Division from asphalt paving to underground site servicing and concrete paving.
This expansion initiative resulted in annual sales increasing from $5 Million Dollars
to over $140 Million Dollars. Under Rock Anthony’s management, Coco Paving Inc.
has successfully tendered and completed all MTO projects since 2004 in South Western
Ontario on Highway 402 and Highway 401, encompassing over 50 kilometres of highway
infrastructure. Rock Anthony’s knowledge has evolved from his summer work experiences
in the family business where he managed crews and operated machinery to today, where
he is sought after by heavy equipment manufacturers and suppliers including CAT,
Gomaco, Erie Strayer and Astec, to assist in the evolution of their equipment to
meet current day requirements and also assisted the MTO in the development of new
OPSS specifications for concrete pavements.
Rock Anthony has been a President of the Heavy Construction Association of Windsor,
following in the footsteps of his father, and company founder, William Coco.
JENNY COCO, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Coco Paving Inc.
Jenny Coco is the Chief Executive Officer of Coco Paving Inc., a division of the
Coco Group, a company founded by her parents, William and Nina Coco. Jenny is a
graduate of the University of Windsor where she obtained her MBA (Finance) in 1985
and started her career in commercial lending with a financial institution. Jenny
joined the Coco Group full time in 1987, having spent many summers learning the
family business. Overseeing the daily management of the Canadian and U.S. Operations,
Jenny is largely responsible for the negotiation of acquisitions as well as overseeing
Company expansions, including a concrete pipe manufacturing facility and an aggregate
dock for the importing of materials, both of which have resulted in a vertical integration
that has allowed Coco Paving to obtain a high degree of success in its heavy construction
division. Under Ms. Coco’s stewardship, the firm has successfully integrated five
businesses and acquisitions over the last 12 years. She continues to be the liaison
for private- public partnerships for the development of highway infrastructure in
Ontario. Jenny has also taken an active role in the expansion of the residential
and commercial divisions of the company.
Jenny has been a member of the Integrated Financial Planning Committee for the London
Diocese, and has previously served on the Board of Directors for the University
of Windsor and Federal Business Development Bank of Canada.