Building materials distributor Kodiak Building Partners announced four changes within its leadership structure to aid the company’s “next phase of growth and innovation.”

“I am extremely proud of these individuals who have made such significant contributions to Kodiak,” CEO Steve Swinney said in a prepared statement. “Their elevated leadership roles will continue to drive Kodiak forward as we expand and grow, and these moves will enhance our ability to innovate and remain a leader in our industry.”

The company promoted Matt LaScola to the role of senior vice president, corporate strategy and real estate. In the position, he will expand Kodiak’s acquisition and planning teams, helping lay the groundwork for future growth through acquisition. Kodiak said LaScola’s expertise and strategic focus will be “instrumental” in identifying new market opportunities, pursuing synergistic partnership, and strengthening Kodiak’s market position. He most recently served as Kodiak’s vice president, corporate development and real estate.

Darius McCurty has been elevated from the role of vice president, corporate controller to the role of senior vice president, corporate controller. The company said he will play a key role in Kodiak’s continuous improvement initiative designed to improve operational efficiency and support workforce development goals. McCurty will continue to oversee accounting, tax, accounts receivable, and back-office administration.

Brian Huss has been named senior vice president, finance and treasurer. He most recently was Kodiak’s vice president, finance and treasurer. In the new role, Huss will lead FP&A and treasury and oversee risk management, including all liability insurance and safety programs. Kodiak said the strategic move aligns with the natural fit of risk management under the treasury function “to foster better integration of risk assessment and data analysis.”

Monte Bride, the previous director of marketing, has been elevated to the role of vice president of marketing. Kodiak said Bride’s proven success and “innovative approach” will help advance the company’s marketing strategies and foster continued growth.

Highland Ranch, Co.-based Kodiak Building Partners operates over 100 locations across Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.