Danette Lucas joins Wausau as architectural sales representative

Danette Lucas joins Wausau as architectural sales representative
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Wausau Window and Wall Systems has hired Danette Lucas an architectural sales representative serving Florida and southern Georgia.

She provides commercial building owners, architects and design professionals, contractors and construction teams with educational and technical resources including product selection for high-performance window and curtainwall systems.

Reporting directly to Wausau’s eastern regional sales manager, Ryan Noble, Lucas is part of a Wausau’s national network of locally based representatives. She relocated to Florida from southern California, where she most recently was an architectural sales representative for the Kawneer Company. Prior to this, she worked at Arcadia, Inc. in architectural business development and at Mestek Architectural as a sales engineer for the western region.

Lucas graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. She earned an Engineer in Training license, and went on to work as a graduate engineer in water resources and geotechnical engineering. She also is an accredited LEED® Green Associate through the U.S. Green Building Council. She continues her professional education as a member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI).

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