SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Restoration Builders Inc. announced it has added Steve Fulgham to its ESG and Technology Group. He will provide guidance on exterior building material products and technologies that meet the company's environmental, recyclable, and sustainable policies.
Fulgham is the founding partner and president at abcSAGE Inc., a diverse construction and renewable energy company based in Murietta, Calif. He brings 40 years of construction industry experience with a specialization in solar and renewable energy systems and five California State Contractors Licenses to the company. He is double-certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners, is a registered Subject Matter Expert for the State of California, and serves the California State Contractors Board by helping craft licensing curriculum.
Fulgham is co-founder of The Veteran Asset, a nonprofit organization that assists U.S. military veterans in obtaining careers in the renewable energy sector. The organization recruits and facilitates top-notch solar PV training and provides placement services for veterans seeking a career in the solar industry. He was selected by the U.S Department of Energy as the official "Solar Ready Vets" trainer for Camp Pendleton Marine Base. Prior to those positions, Fulgham served as CEO of Ambassador Energy Inc. and was a senior vice president of sales for Computer Associates Inc. He graduated the University of Washington with a bachelor's degree in business management.
"We are committed to offering solutions which are renewable, sustainable and environmentally friendly. Steve is a well respected industry expert who is uniquely qualified to help expand The Smart Healthy Home program," said John Lorenz, Restoration Builders chairman and CEO. "His values are well aligned with the company's values, especially in our mutual commitment to respect and honor our nation's veterans.
"Steve has excellent leadership skills with direct experience in renewable energy systems and construction. I am delighted to extend him a warm welcome to our ESG and Technology Group."
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