ATI Restoration, a national restoration, environmental remediation and reconstruction services provider, announced the appointment of Marco Flores as chief risk officer, effective immediately. Flores will report to Ryan Moore, ATI president and chief growth officer.

Flores brings over 30 years of experience to ATI. He will be responsible for leading and enhancing ATI’s risk management program, insurance procedures, as well as managing operational risks.

“As ATI continues its rapid growth nationwide, our vision is to ensure that we are incorporating the best-in-class practices and standards for risk management and business continuity planning,” Moore said. “The ability to identify and anticipate risks is critical for the long-term growth of our company. Marco’s significant expertise and foresight will allow us to grow strategically in alignment with our current vision for expansion. His stewardship will boost ATI’s position as a front-runner leading the restoration industry’s evolution.”

Most recently, Flores was senior vice president of risk management at Revantage Corporate Services, a Blackstone Portfolio company. During his career, he also held numerous leadership roles across a number of prominent companies, including Equity Office Properties, Jones Lane LaSalle, and Kraft Foods. He began his career at Liberty Mutual Group and holds a master’s in business administration from the University of Chicago and a bachelor of science in finance from DePaul University

“I am honored to join ATI, which is not only the nation’s largest family-operated disaster recovery services firm, but also a company that is centered around a corporate culture committed to compassion, customer service, and excellence,” Flores said. “I look forward to working with Ryan and the team. Because of its family-oriented approach, ATI has grown into an industry leader. The company’s values, ATI CARES, are at the heart of its operations driving its personalized customer focus, based on empathy and is the secret to its ongoing success,” Flores said.

Flores is a recipient of the YMCA and Chicago Tribune Black and Hispanic Outstanding Business Achiever Award. He is currently an executive board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Chicago.