84 Lumber announced area manager Mark Ingersoll will be moving to its Western division, overseeing facilities in California, Nevada, and Arizona.

“His accomplishments as a seasoned leader in our Southeast division, coupled with his commitment to the success of the company, makes him the best choice to manage our opportunities out west,” 84 Lumber CEO owner and Maggie Hardy said in a prepared statement. “With all the ongoing growth in California, combined with our potential plans for key markets in the West, having Mark lead the charge is without a doubt the best move for us.”

Ingersoll joined 84 Lumber in February 1992 as a manager trainee in Depew, N.Y., and was named area manager in 2002, overseeing 84 Lumber sites in Florida and Georgia. In 2018, he was tasked with overseeing the company’s operations in Georgia and eastern Tennessee and was named the 2019 area manager of the year.

“I’m humbled that 84 Lumber believes in my accomplishments and abilities as an area manager and that they’ve entrusted me with these new California stores and facilities,” Ingersoll said. “I know that our team’s success in the Atlanta market can be applied and enhanced in California. 84 Lumber’s future is looking bright.”

In the role, Ingersoll will oversee new 84 Lumber locations, including those in Stockton and Riverside in California. The dealer has plans for expansion in California with a truss plant in Bakersfield. Ingersoll also will be responsible for the Phoenix and Las Vegas markets.

Eighty Four, Pa.-based 84 Lumber is a supplier of building materials, manufactured components, and industry-leading services for the construction industry. The company operates more than 310 facilities in 33 states.