US LBM, a distributor of specialty building materials, appointed Andrew Campbell to the executive team as executive vice president and chief information officer. Campbell brings 30 years of experience to the company and will be responsible for all aspects of US LBM’s technology platform and systems, including internal and external facing applications, cyber security, and data management and analysis.

Campbell succeeds the retiring Joe Spagnoletti as US LBM’s chief information officer. Campbell will report directly to US LBM president and CEO L.T. Gibson.

“I’m pleased to welcome Andrew to US LBM,” Gibson said in a prepared statement. “Technology remains critical to US LBM’s value proposition, and Andrew’s knowledge, leadership, and collaborative approach will allow us to further our efforts to provide best-in-class technology solutions and support for our teams and customers.”

Campbell most recently served as the senior vice president and chief information officer of Terex Corporation, a manufacturer of materials processing machinery and aerial work platforms. Prior to Terex, Campbell held executive-level technology roles with General Electric and Xerox.

Buffalo Grove, Ill.-based US LBM offers a portfolio of specialty products, including windows, doors, millwork, wallboard, roofing, siding, engineered components, and cabinetry.