Edgetech Promotes New Technical Project Manager

Date: 19 December 2007
Source: Edgetech
In an effort to blend strong leaders with top-of-the-line products and services, Edgetech I.G. has appointed a new technical project manager, Nicholas Robinson.

Robinson will chair the development resources Screening Task Group, plan and manage projects, act as liaison to the Technical Steering Committee, as well as coordinate and assist in the manufacture of IG test units.

“With his seven years of fenestration industry experience, Nick will be a great leader in this position,” said Larry Johnson, executive vice president, Edgetech I.G. “We strive to build strong teams with effective leaders who will add value to our customers through their industry insight and expertise.”

Robinson comes to Edgetech after previously working at Moss Supply Company as a project engineer. He grew up in Oregon and graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. Robinson lives in Dover, Ohio, with his wife, Erica, daughters, Bella, 10, Emma, 5, and son, Aynsley, 6.

“I’m excited to play a supportive role in both current and future projects,” Robinson said. “I appreciate Edgetech’s desire to produce the best products and services in the industry and I look forward to being an acting part of it.”

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Date: 19 December 2007
Source: Edgetech

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