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CriterionBrock joins forces with MAB Flooring

BY HBSDealer Staff

Multifamily flooring manufacturer CriterionBrock has acquired MAB Flooring, a Houston-area flooring provider that’s been servicing the region for 15 years.

“The CriterionBrock partnership gives me the support and footprint to expand my services in markets I didn’t have the resources to service,” said MAB founder Marie Bell. “This will delight my current customers and open many new opportunities.”

MAB has gained a name for itself in new construction flooring, renovation services and apartment turnkey flooring, and it is well-positioned to help expand CriterionBrock’s presence in the Texas market.

“The ability to partner with an industry icon like Marie Bell to help expand our business is a true privilege,” said CriterionBrock CEO Mike D’Adamo. “Marie brings additional knowledge and credibility to drive our growth initiative in Texas.”

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Fire risk prompts Weyerhaeuser to close Oregon tree farms

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In response to high risk of forest fires in the region, Weyerhaeuser Company is closing its Oregon tree farms to public access.

Effective immediately, all statewide Weyerhaeuser tree farms will remain closed until rainfall and temperature conditions improve. As an exception, those in Clatsop and Tillamook Counties will remain open for non-moterized recreation access.

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BrassCraft appoints Kristen Bennetts as corporate controller

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Kristen Bennetts joined Masco’s BrassCraft Manufacturing, where she is now serving as corporate controller.

"We’re very excited to welcome Kristen to our financial department," said CFO Scott Kay. "The wealth of accounting knowledge and industry experience she brings to BrassCraft Manufacturing is of tremendous value."

The plumbing products manufacturer stands to leverage Bennetts’ 15 years of accounting experience specific to the building materials industry. In her new role, Bennetts will oversee the company’s accounting operations, including its financial planning and analysis.

"I feel great pride to work for an American-based manufacturer like BrassCraft Manufacturing," said Bennetts. "It’s truly an honor to be a part of the BrassCraft Manufacturing team and support the continued growth of an industry leader."

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