Restoration Builders Holdings Inc. has promoted Steve Fulgham to the position of chief operating officer, effective immediately.
According to a statement, Fulgham will oversee the company's day-to-day operations and drive its strategic growth initiatives. He brings over 40 years of roofing and construction experience, with a deep specialization in solar technologies, to the position. He holds five contractor licenses and 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.
Before joining Restoration Builders, Fulgham co-founded of The Veteran Asset, a nonprofit organization that assists U.S. military veterans in obtaining careers in the renewable energy sector. The U.S. Department of Energy selected him as the official "Solar Ready Vets" trainer for Camp Pendleton Marine Base Fulgham is also the founding partner and president at abcSAGE Inc., a diverse construction and renewable energy company based in Murietta, Calif. He also served as CEO of Ambassador Energy, Inc. and was a senior vice president of sales for Computer Associates Inc. He graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Business Management.
Restoration Builders Inc. previously added Fulgham to its ESG and Technology Group, providing guidance on exterior building material products and technologies that meet the company's environmental, recyclable, and sustainable policies.
"I am both delighted and honored to welcome Steve as chief operating officer," said John Lorenz, chairman and CEO of Restoration Builders Inc. "Steve is deeply knowledgeable about operations and implementing new technologies. He is a well-respected industry expert and perfectly aligned with the company's values, especially in our mutual commitment to respect and honor our nation's veterans. I intend to lean on his leadership skills and experience in renewable energy systems and look forward to seeing the great things he will accomplish in this role."