Construction startup Katerra hires former James Hardie executive as new CFO

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Sylvia Varnham O’Regan

The firm acquired UEB Builders and Fortune-Johnson General Contractors earlier this month

SoftBank-backed construction startup Katerra is bringing on a new CFO as part of a series of changes to its executive team.

Matthew Marsh, a former executive at James Hardie and General Electric, is joining as the company’s new chief financial officer. In addition, Katerra has hired former private equity exec Mollie Fadule as the new head of its affordable housing program, and it’s appointed Lisa Picard, president and CEO of EQ Office, as a new board director.

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