Atlas Engineered Products (TSE:AEP) (OTCMKTS:APEUF) is revamping its executive team amid the resignation of chief financial officer William Woods.
Hadi Abassi, who founded the Canadian roof-truss specialist, was named executive vice president of strategic business development.
Brittany Ray-Wilks has been appointed executive vice president of organizational development. She’s held multiple positions at the company and will oversee the HR, IT, legal, marketing and communications departments.
Lindsay Boeve was tapped vice president of operational excellence with a focus on increasing plant productivity. She previously served as president of South Central Building Systems, which AEP acquired in March.
Gurmit Dhaliwal, who served as operations manager at the company’s Nanaimo subsidiary, became vice president of operations.
Melissa MacRae is stepping into the role of interim CFO. She has severed as group comptroller since the company went public in 2017. Before that, she worked for Atlas Building Systems, an AEP company.
"On behalf of the company, I would like to thank Bill for his contributions to our success since going public and wish him every success in his future roles,” CEO Dirk Maritz said. “I look forward to working with Ms. MacRae as interim CFO."
AEP is focused on acquiring and operating companies in Canada’s truss and engineered wood products industry. In just over a year, it has acquired six companies.
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