Growing Stronger Together
AD's Building Materials Division is comprised of leading independent building materials distributors and best-in-class suppliers who have a passion to grow their businesses and increase their profitability.
AD Building Materials is a group of tightly knit distributors that are focused on helping their fellow members as well as our supplier partners grow and succeed. The AD Building Materials staff concentrates its energy on providing value, which will support and enhance our members' and suppliers' businesses. Benefits include monthly rebate dispersion, 100% rebate return, member and supplier networking, staff advocacy and investments in innovative programs.
Meet the Building Materials Team
AD’s Building Materials Division is managed by a dedicated staff that follows the direction of our members and suppliers through a highly representative committee structure.
View BioDan MaroniPresident, AD Building Materials Division
View BioDave HadfieldVP, Building Materials Division
View BioMary DalyManager of Member Services
View BioCarrie BalthaserExecutive Assistant
Building Materials Divisional Board and Committees
Each AD division has its own Board of Directors and committees that are made up of AD distributors and suppliers who vote on industry-related decisions and provide strategic and tactical input into all major areas of the organization’s operations.
Building Materials Divisional Board of Directors
Dana Wallboard Supply, Inc.
Allsteel & Gypsum Products, Inc.
Action Gypsum Supply, LP
Holmes Drywall Supply, Inc.
Northwest Drywall & Roofing Supply, Inc.
Colorado Drywall Supply, LLC
Westwood Building Materials
The Building Materials Product Committee reviews and approves prospective and existing suppliers consistent with the organization’s mission and commitments.
The Building Materials Membership Committee’s primary mission is to actively prospect and recruit qualified Drywall/Building Material distributors to maintain and enhance AD Building Materials' position as the #1 independent building materials group in the U.S.
The Supplier Advisory Council offers AD management independent advice and recommendations on a wide range of subjects including strategic industry trends, opportunities to enhance supplier/distributor partnerships, and methods to reduce channel costs.
I would advise a strong, independent distributor to join AD. AD is a very discriminating organization. If they're talking to you, if they're interested in you, it means great things. It means that you're a leader in your market; it means that you're financially stable, it means you're well respected. When we're working with an AD distributor, we know they've already been pre-screened, that they're going to be a successful distributor, and that they're going to be worth our time.Supplier Partner since 2012
AD is very forward thinking. They have great leadership – they're always challenging themselves to do better, come up with new ideas, to add more value to their members. It's just been tremendous what they've done for us to help us stay ahead of the curve. AD represents us through every aspect of our business to help us gain a competitive advantage.Member since 2000
Access and support from the high-level executives from our supplier partners has made me a stronger business owner. That's not something that I ever would have had without AD, because as a small business, you don't always get to go sit down with the president and the CEO of a huge national – or sometimes international – corporation. Through AD, I've been given that opportunity to meet and develop close relationships with a lot of these people, and that has been very valuable for us.Member since 2000