With a customer-focused perspective, he will work closely to meet the needs of building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors. Williams previously worked with Wausau’s long-time customer, Colorado-based glazing contractor J.R.Butler, Inc. As a project manager, plant manager and project engineer, he relied on Wausau’s high-performance products and developed an expertise in unitized curtainwall applications. He was involved with such notable projects as National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s research support facility and the University of Colorado’s biotechnology building, as well as buildings certified at all levels through the LEED® Green Building Rating System™.
Now located in Albany, N.Y., Williams is collaborating with building teams throughout his territory. He says, “Having worked for a glazing contractor previously, I have a deep understanding of the curtainwall and window industry from both an engineering and project management perspective. I have experience with assisting architects with product selection by balancing structural, thermal and daylighting performance goals. I look forward to working with architects and glazing contractors alike to help them achieve success on their next project.”
Trained in lean manufacturing, Williams earned an architectural engineering degree with an emphasis in construction management from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Nationally recognized for its innovative expertise, Wausau Window and Wall Systems is an industry leader in engineering window and curtainwall systems for commercial and institutional construction applications. For more than 55 years, Wausau has worked closely with architects, building owners and contractors to realize their vision for aesthetic beauty, sustainability and lasting value, while striving to maintain the highest level of customer service, communication and overall satisfaction. Wausau is a part of Apogee Enterprises, Inc., a publicly held, U.S. corporation.
Wausau and its staff are members of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the APPA – Leadership in Educational Facilities, the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Glass Association of North America (GANA), the National Fenestration Ratings Council (NFRC) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).