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ACS appoints new chief human resources officer

Randi Moran was a major in U.S. Air Force.

BY HBSDealer Staff

American Construction Source (ACS) has named Randi Moran as the company’s chief human resources officer.

Moran will report directly to ACS CEO James Drexinger. The Springfield, Mo.-based pro dealer said Moran brings decades of expertise leading organizations to develop high-performance cultures, deploy employee engagement programs, and identify high potential individuals for focused training and career development.

“Randi is a high-energy, charismatic leader known for her ability to motivate teams, cultivate creative leaders, mobilize talent, and capitalize on collaboration,” Drexinger said. “ACS is investing in the development of our people to optimize the customer experience and performance of our business.”

Randi Moran.

Prior to joining ACS, Randi Moran served in senior leadership roles at Elo Touch Solutions, GE Power, Vought Aircraft, Boeing, Hughes Space & Communications, and Allied Signal. She brings to the ACS executive team broad cross-functional experiences in HR, finance, supply chain management and corporate strategy across technology, aerospace, and energy sectors. Randi Moran was a major in the U.S. Air Force and earned an aerospace engineering degree from the University of Southern California and an MBA from Pepperdine University.

“ACS is a people business built on local customer relationships,” Moran said. “I am excited to collaborate with the management, sales teams, and associates at ACS to leverage our shared strengths to achieve maximum performance, increase associate satisfaction, and deliver the best customer experience.”

As of January 2019, ACS operates 73 locations in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, and Wisconsin.

ACS got out of the gate last September when it acquired Meek’s Lumber before making a series of additional acquisitions including Arrow Building Center.

ACS is a portfolio company of the private investment firms of Angeles Equity Partners, LLC and Clearlake Capital Group, L.P.


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