The state program helping people replace their crumbling concrete basements has launched a nationwide search for a new leader.
Last month, Mike Maglaras announced he was stepping down as superintendent of the Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Company.
Maglaras and his insurance risk management consulting firm oversaw the roll out of the program.
He plans to work with his replacement, who will face funding challenges and large numbers of homeowners affected by the mineral pyrrhotite.
NBC Connecticut Investigates exposed the widespread problem with crumbling concrete more than four years ago.