Consolidated Glass Holdings names Randisi as new director

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Consolidated Glass Holdings (CGH) has appointed Chris Randisi as Director of National Accounts and Architectural Specifications.

In his new role, Randisi will be responsible for overseeing national accounts for the CGH Architectural Glass division—those served by J.E. Berkowitz, Solar Seal, Columbia Commercial Building Products and Dlubak Specialty Glass. In addition, Randisi will serve as a key resource for architects and CGH’s national accounts, offering design assistance and technical support for architectural glass specifications. He also will focus on driving specifications for INVISIWALL® Glass Systems and CHILDGARD® Security glazing products.

Randisi most recently served as Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager for J.E. Berkowitz, and previously held architectural sales roles with Guardian Industries, Shildan Group, and Armstrong World Industries.

“Chris brings extensive experience to the CGH team, having spent nearly 18 years in the building products sector, including the last eight as an architectural sales manager in the commercial glass and building envelope industry,” said Bob Cummings, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for CGH. “During his time with J.E. Berkowitz, Chris quickly assimilated into the CGH company culture and proved himself as an invaluable asset. As he transitions into his new role, we look forward to leveraging his skills to service our customers and to grow CGH’s diversified product offerings.”

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