J.E. Berkowitz appoints Matthew Williams as architectural design specialist

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J.E. Berkowitz announced the appointment of Matthew Williams as the company’s architectural design specialist for the Mid-Atlantic region.

In his new position, Williams will be a key resource for architects and consultants, offering design assistance and technical support related to architectural glass specifications.

“I’m excited to join such a knowledgeable and highly regarded team at J.E. Berkowitz,” Williams said.

“I look forward to lending my expertise to the design community and working directly with architects from the early stages of a project. Together, we’ll not only ensure that a project’s glazing specification meets thermal and aesthetic requirements, but we’ll also be able to provide guidance throughout the LEED® certification process if applicable.”

Williams brings significant experience in the architectural glass and glazing industry, having worked on a wide range of projects, including complex curtain walls, windows, point-supported glass walls and canopies, and all-glass entrances.

Most recently, Williams worked at New Hudson Facades, where he helped manage the Hudson Yards Tower D project in Midtown Manhattan.

To learn more about JEB’s glass fabrication capabilities, architectural design services, and LEED certification assistance, please visit www.JEBerkowitz.com.

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Date: 13 July 2017
Source: www.jeberkowitz.com

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