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01/31/2022

Central Valley names new SVP

Manufacturing and operations veteran Bryan Moorehead has been appointed to a newly created role at the California pro dealer.
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Bryan Moorehead SVP Central Valley
Bryan Moorehead

Central Valley Builders Supply announced the appointment of Bryan Moorehead, a 29-year operations and manufacturing veteran, as its new senior vice president of operations.

In this newly created role, Moorehead will be responsible for driving scale and accelerating growth across the organization, including building on the current customer experience and delivering initiatives in support of enhanced customer needs, Central Valley said in a statement issued this morning.

Moorehead will report to Steve Patterson, president and CEO of Central Valley. 

With a focus on delivering on growth and continuous improvement, Moorehead is an accomplished and transformational operations leader who has spent his career building operational efficiencies within the building materials industry. The new SVP joins Central Valley from OmniMax International, a building materials manufacturer, where he served as vice president operations, consumer products and outdoor living. Prior to this, Moorehead held senior positions at Corning, Rubbermaid and Trex Company. 

"I'm thrilled to have such a talented and experienced operations leader like Bryan join our organization," said Patterson. "With his impressive track record of driving operational best practices, he is uniquely positioned to help drive our continued focus on the customer experience and operational efficiency across the enterprise.”

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Napa-based Central Valley serves builders in Northern California.

Patterson added, “Our growth will be both organic and through acquisition. Enhancing our operational expertise will allow us to expand our territorial footprint and propel our customer experience in the process.”

Based in Napa, Calif., Central Valley serves builders in Northern California. For three generations, it has been family-owned and operated. The company’s brands also include Foster Lumber Yards. Central Valley said it donates 2% of the net profit from every purchase to “help build strong families and affordable housing.”

"I'm excited to join an organization like Central Valley that has such a strong reputation in the market, an ambitious growth agenda, and a passion for its customers and the community," said Moorehead. "I look forward to working with Steve and the team and building a world-class operations function transforming and aligning our capabilities to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers."