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  • Kawneer Company Inc. named Ivan Rus sales manager for the central region, including West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and North and South Dakota. Rus began his career with Alcoa more than a decade ago, first serving as the manager of Kawneer’s Cleveland service center, and later as an architectural sales rep for Ohio, where he grew the...
  • United Architectural Metals has named Jacob Gaddis as director of pre-construction services. Former design assist manager for the company, Gaddis now oversees the sales and marketing effort for UAM’s high performance façade offerings, in addition to the growing pre-construction department.“I am excited to name Jacob to this crucial position within UAM," said Tom Nesbitt, CEO of UAM, in a...
  • Wausau Window and Wall Systems appointed David Baer as architectural sales representative serving Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana.For 25 years, Baer was the owner/operator of a manufacturers representation company supporting dozens of architectural building products. Most recently, he worked for Eldorado Stone as a Southeast regional architectural sales representative...
  • Vetrotech Saint-Gobain recently added Advanced Architectural Products as an independent sales representative for Oklahoma and Arkansas. Tim Cooper is the firm's key contact, representing the Vetrotech Saint-Gobain line of fire-rated glass systems and solutions. Cooper has nearly 30 years of experience in the architectural building and design industry, according to a Vetrotech release.
  • Wausau Window and Wall Systems named Dan Cherney as the architectural sales representative serving customers in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts.Cherney has three decades of industry experience working with building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors in the New England and mid-Atlantic regions, according to a Wausau release. Most recently,...
  • Jim Waldron was named president of Wausau Window and Wall Systems. Waldron joins Wausau on April 29 and will report to Joe Puishys, CEO of Apogee, parent company of Wausau.Most recently, Waldron was president of Metal Sales Manufacturing Corp., a provider of metal roofing, siding and building components for the commercial construction market. Prior to running MSMC, he spent more than 20 years...
  • Wausau Window and Wall Systems named Russell Williams architectural sales representative serving customers in upstate New York, Connecticut, western Massachusetts, Vermont, southern Quebec and southern Ontario. Williams previously worked with Wausau’s long-time customer, Colorado-based glazing contractor J.R. Butler Inc. As a project manager, plant manager and project engineer, Williams developed...
  • Tubelite Inc. hired Greg Hall as a product development engineer working in the Dallas/Fort Worth facility.Prior to joining Tubelite, Hall worked for 10 years with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope as a senior product development designer. Previously to that, he worked as a design engineer at International Aluminum and U.S. Aluminum. Hall is an active member of the Glass Association of North America...
  • Tubelite Inc. appointed Mike Kwasny as a client development manager serving Utah and southern Colorado.Most recently, Kwasny worked as a sales representative for Manko Windows Systems in Colorado. Prior to that, he dedicated 28 years to Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope as a sales representative for The Vistawall Group in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. "I see strong potential for assisting the...
  • Tredegar Corp. named W. Brook Hamilton president of its Bonnell Aluminum subsidiary, effective June 1, 2013. Hamilton joined Bonnell in 2005, serving as plant manager of the Newnan, Ga., facility from 2006 to 2012, when he was promoted to director of business planning. He will succeed current Bonnell president Duncan A. Crowdis, who is retiring.Prior to joining Bonnell, Hamilton worked for...
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