Haas most recently worked for Oldcastle Building Envelope as a sales representative for the same region. His previous employers include Zephyr Aluminum, LLC of Lancaster, Pa.; Caplan Bros. Glass in Baltimore; Harmon, Inc.’s Baltimore office; and J Keller Glass Inc. of North Beach, Md.
Prior to his 16-year career in the architectural metal products, glass and glazing industry, Haas was a professional lacrosse player for seven years with the Baltimore Thunder. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Baltimore’s Loyola College and is a life-long avid photographer.
A resident of Abingdon, Md., Haas is familiar with the area’s needs. “Tubelite has built a reputation for dependable service that’s known and respected in this region. Ideal for projects in D.C. and Maryland, the company offers recycled aluminum and has developed a blast-mitigating system,” says Haas.
Tubelite offers EcoLuminum™, a high recycled-content aluminum billet composition with eco-friendly, durable finishes for all of its products. These include: energy-efficient Therml=Block™ entrances; ForceFront™ Storm and Blast specialty products; standard doors, windows, storefront and curtainwall; and aLuminate™ light shelf and Max/Block™ sun shade daylight control systems.
Further supporting its clients, Tubelite is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Construction Specification Institute, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, the Glass Association of North America, and an approved continuing education provider through the American Institute of Architects (AIA). This May, Haas shared Tubelite’s educational resources with architects at the AIA National Convention in D.C.