After less than three months as CEO of Amtico International’s North American division, Chris McKee has resigned. The company noted in a brief statement that “Chris started several important changes that we will continue to implement.” In a related announcement, the resilient flooring maker said it will restructure its sales and management staff to provide “a more efficient and effective alignment of talent and responsibilities.”

Company veteran Hugh Pugsley has been promoted to senior vp and will oversee the company’s sales and marketing operations in North America. He was most recently vp of business development. Succeeding him in that role, Dale Carson has been tapped to oversee national accounts and head the business development team.

Additionally, Amtico said it has combined its commercial and residential sales teams into one unit. The team will be headed by Paul Eanes, vp of sales. Newly named regional sales managers include: Andy Aldo, Northeast; Kim Apostolos, Southeast; Pete Bilarczyk, Mid-Atlantic; Bob Clyburn, Southwest; Jeremy Evarts, Northwest; Jim Gallagher, South Central; Mark Grimmer, Midwest; and Murray Graham, Canada.

The business development team will comprise: Huiet England, healthcare and education national accounts manager; Tom Gigliotti, hospitality national accounts manager; Phillip “P.J.” Hughes, government national accounts manager; Joe Polito, retail and grocery national accounts manager east; and Neil Rodden, retail and grocery national accounts manager west.

McKee was hired in April to succeed outgoing CEO David Motyl, who led the business for three years. Prior to heading Amtico, McKee was flooring services general manager for Home Depot, and has more than 18 years of industry experience.