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American Residential Services (ARS), one of the nation's largest provider of residential HVAC and plumbing services, has announced that Filip Wojcikowski has been named the company's new senior vice president and dead of corporate development, reporting to ARS CEO Scott Boose.
As head of corporate development, Wojcikowski will help shape the company's acquisition strategy, maintain relationships with external partners, and source, negotiate, structure, and execute strategic acquisitions and investments across the business.
"With over 20 years of M&A experience, 70 completed acquisitions, and a proven track record, Filip will be instrumental to the acceleration of our growth strategy. In his role, Filip will target key regions and product verticals to evaluate, analyze, and execute mergers, acquisitions, and strategic investments enabling ARS to expand our position as the leader in our industry," Boose said.
Prior to joining ARS, Wojcikowski was most recently a senior vice president of development at Summit Materials Inc., a vertically integrated construction materials company. Prior to that, he served as senior vice president of development at CRH Americas, one of the largest vertically integrated construction materials company in North America. Filip started his career as an investment banking analyst at J.P. Morgan in New York.
Filip graduated from Rutgers University, School of Business in New Brunswick, New Jersey, with a Bachelor's degree in finance. He resides in Park City, Utah, with his wife and two children.