August 10, 2019 /

VESTA Modular Announcement and New Hires

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VESTA Modular today announced it has added two executives to assist the company with its continued expansion into the modular space leasing business and opened up operations in Jacksonville, Florida.  Both professionals will be critical to VESTA as it continues to offer a growing array of products to include temporary offices, classrooms, and other specialty buildings (in addition to workforce housing solutions) throughout North America.

Christopher Mattina has joined VESTA as the company’s CFO.  Chris has a Masters of Accounting and is a licensed CPA with extensive financial experience.  He has a history of leading the finances of fast-growing companies in the technology and manufacturing segments, and expertise managing the growth of financing activities for businesses.  Chris will lead VESTA’s efforts as it continues to increase its lease portfolio and offer customers increasing financing options in the modular building and temporary housing segments.  Chris has previously assisted VESTA through the company’s Family Office Private Equity Sponsor – Soaring Pine Capital. For more info on Chris, and his background see:

Whatley Law has also joined VESTA to lead the company’s sales in the Southeastern United States. Whatley has over 25 years of experience in all facets of modular construction and leasing. Mr. Law previously leads sales for MSpace Holdings, LLC and has deep industry knowledge gained through his work in the modular building industry. Whatley will continue to grow VESTA’s presence in the permanent and temporary modular market focused on customers looking for modular building solutions to purchase or lease. When not working, Whatley volunteers his time for the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. “I am honored and excited to join the VESTA team. VESTA will allow me to continue to serve my clients, my friends, and bring quality building modular solutions to the Southeast United States.” For more info on Whatley, see:“Your company’s growth is determined by the quality of people who are willing to commit their talents to your enterprise”, said VESTA CEO Dan McMurtrie. “We couldn’t be more excited that Chris and Whatley chose us and I’m looking forward to see what these two have in store for us in the coming years.”

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