AGC Introduces Three New Architectural Sales Representatives

Date: 17 July 2014
Source: AGC
AGC Glass Company North America is pleased to announce the addition of three new Architectural Sales Representatives to their sales team.

AGC continues to build its sales force and strengthen the company’s architectural presence to support the strong commitment to growth in North America.   

Wes Thorpe entered the fenestration industry in 2005, and has experience with other industry leaders such as Oldcastle and YKK, working in architectural sales and national account sales. Based in Texas, Wes is eager to assist architects in achieving their design vision throughout the southwest.

Armando Aragon has a degree in Architecture from Florida International University and brings a wide-array of value-added services to AGC with experience in architectural and interior design, project management, as well as sales and business development. Armando has developed expertise in the field of hospitality, luxury high-rise residential and commercial project work, making him a perfect fit to represent AGC in the Florida market.

M.E. “Marty” Biskup [LEED Green Associate] offers more than 15 years of successful industry experience in architectural sales and management working with architects, engineers, interior designers and spec writers. Marty will be responsible for architectural sales in the Northeastern and New England part of the U.S. “

As AGC continues to introduce new specialty glass products, along with new, better performing coated glass technology, we are excited to have such a good mix of seasoned industry professionals, combined with expertise from the field of architecture and design.” states Serge Martin, VP Marketing. “And, we now have the geographical coverage needed to support our network of fabrication customers throughout the U.S. and Canada.” he adds.


600450 AGC Introduces Three New Architectural Sales Representatives
Date: 17 July 2014
Source: AGC

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