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Russell Williams joins Wausau as an architectural sales representative


May 22, 2013
By Wausau

wausau_russellwilliams1May 21, 2013 – Wausau Window and Wall Systems has named Russell Williams its architectural sales representative serving customers in upstate New York, Connecticut, western Massachusetts, Vermont, southern Quebec and southern Ontario. With a customer-focused perspective, he will work closely to meet the needs of building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors.

May 21, 2013 – Wausau Window and Wall Systems has named Russell Williams its architectural sales
representative serving customers in upstate New York, Connecticut, western
Massachusetts, Vermont, southern Quebec and southern Ontario. With a
customer-focused perspective, he will work closely to meet the needs of
building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors.

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 Wausau's Russ Williams.

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Williams previously worked with Wausau’s long-time customer, Colorado-based
glazing contractor J.R. Butler. As a project manager, plant manager and
project engineer, he relied on Wausau’s high-performance products and developed
an expertise in unitized curtainwall applications. He was involved
with such notable projects as National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s research
support facility and the University of Colorado’s biotechnology building, as
well as buildings certified at all levels through the LEED Green Building
Rating System.

Now located in Albany, N.Y., Williams is collaborating with building teams
throughout his territory. 

“Having worked for a glazing contractor
previously, I have a deep understanding of the curtainwall and window industry
from both an engineering and project management perspective," he said. "I have experience
with assisting architects with product selection by balancing structural,
thermal and daylighting performance goals. I look forward to working with
architects and glazing contractors alike to help them achieve success on their
next project.”

Trained in Lean manufacturing, Williams earned an architectural engineering
degree with an emphasis in construction management from the University of
Colorado at Boulder.

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www.wausauwindow.com


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