Leon Silverstein joins RavenBrick board of directors

Glass Magazine
October 16, 2012
COMMERCIAL, FABRICATION

Industry veteran Leon Silverstein joined the RavenBrick board of directors, according to an Oct. 16 announcement from the Denver-based supplier of thermochromic window technology. Silverstein will be one of six members on the reorganized board.

Silverstein, who has been in the fenestration industry for more than 32 years, is the former CEO of Arch Aluminum and Glass, now part of Trulite - Glass & Aluminum Solutions. He is currently the chairman of Aldora Holdings, a manufacturer of custom storefronts, entrance doors and hurricane-resistant impact doors and windows. Silverstein also serves as CEO of HHH Architectural Tempering Systems, a manufacturer of glass tempering furnaces and a provider of technical expertise in tempering process.

“I have been an early supporter of energy efficient products for the fenestration industry, and being a member of the RavenBrick board lets me be a part of some of these exciting changes in the future,” Silverstein said in the release. “I have followed RavenBrick’s product development for the last 4 years, watching them go from a developer of technology to shortly becoming a manufacturer and supplier of product. … I am honored to be asked to join as a member of the team.”

“The leadership and insight that Leon will add to our board is invaluable,” Alex Burney, CEO of RavenBrick, said in the release.