Boral Building Products, a provider of siding, trim, and exterior accessories for the residential and commercial construction markets, has made two recent changes to its sales management team: Boral has promoted Mark Foltz to director of retail and national accounts and has hired Steve Wickham as director of sales – east.
As director of retail and national accounts, Mark Foltz will execute all sales strategies for retail and national accounts, as well as international accounts and architectural services. Foltz is a 28-year veteran of the building products industry, including spending the last nine years as Boral’s retail and national accounts manager.
Prior to Boral, Foltz worked in various sales and national account management roles at Ply Gem Window Group, MW Windows, and Velux America. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from The Citadel.
Steve Wickham replaces Jack Delaney, recently promoted to vice president of sales, as Boral’s director of sales – east. In this role, Wickham will lead the sales strategy development and execution for the Boral sales team in the Eastern U.S. Wickham’s 30 years in the industry include serving as northeast regional vice president for Alside Supply as well as sales and management positions at The Home Depot, Holden Humphrey, and Liberty Roofing Center.
“As Boral Building Products continues its strong growth trajectory, having a robust, experienced sales management team in place is crucial to maintaining our reputation for standout, personalized customer service,” said Delaney. “As longtime veterans of building products sales and distribution, both Mark and Steve understand the unique needs of each customer in the channel. Their knowledge and proven leadership will help guide our sales teams to the benefit of building pros and Boral alike.”
Boral Building Products is a division of Boral North America, the North American arm of Boral Limited, an international building products and construction materials group with three divisions: the high-performing, well-positioned materials business of Boral Australia; the fast-growing USG Boral interior linings joint venture in Asia, Australia, and the Middle East; and Boral North America, a scaled and growing building products and fly ash business.