Scott Stowell has been named president of Irvine-based Standard Pacific Homes after holding a number of roles with the residential builder. He will report to CEO Ken Campbell.
Stowell has served as the company's chief operating officer since 2007. In the past, he was president of the company's Orange County division and the Southern California region.
He was a key player in the homebuilder's "financial and operational transformation," according to the company.
"Scott is an outstanding leader who brings over 25 years of operational experience to the homebuilding industry and our company," said Campbell. "His expertise was vital in transforming Standard Pacific Homes from a company that some had counted out of the game to one of the frontrunners in the industry."
Since its inception in 1965, Standard Pacific has built more than 112,000 homes, and operates in markets throughout California, Arizona, the Carolinas, Colorado, Florida, Nevada and Texas.
The company recently entered a $210 million credit line and plans to use the funds to purchase land. (For more on that story, click here.)
"As we turn our sights toward building for the future and focus on land acquisition and a revitalized housing market, I look forward to continuing to work together to take our organization to the next level," said Campbell.
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