BMC Names McGaugh Chief Operating Officer

January 19, 2017 LBM Journal

BMCATLANTA — BMC Stock Holdings, Inc. announced today that Michael McGaugh will join the organization on February 20, 2017 as its Chief Operating Officer.  In this newly created role, McGaugh will have full P&L responsibility for all field operations and lead the company’s safety, supply chain, operations support and purchasing departments.

“I am very pleased to welcome Mike to our team,” said Peter Alexander, President and CEO of BMC.  “His wealth of knowledge and experience, combined with his enthusiasm for success, will help advance our strategies to drive sustained profit growth.  In addition, I expect Mike’s leadership capabilities to help further our efforts to become the solutions provider of choice for builders and professional remodelers in the residential housing market.”

Mr. McGaugh added, “I am very excited to join BMC.  Its innovative culture, dedication to exceeding customer needs and advantageous positioning in high growth markets make it the right choice for customers in the professional construction and remodeling space.  In addition, the team’s differentiated solutions and product offerings, coupled with the Company’s strong balance sheet, create tremendous prospects for growth.  As such, I am thrilled to be a part of the team.”

McGaugh brings more than two decades of experience to BMC.  Most recently, he served as Global Director and Leader of the Integration Management Office for the proposed Dow / E.I. du Pont de Nemours merger.  Before that and during his more than 20-year tenure with The Dow Chemical Company, McGaugh held numerous leadership and operational roles, including serving as the North American and then EMEA regional Vice President and General Manager of Dow Building Solutions, a well-recognized player in the Building and Construction space.

Source: BMC

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