Tubelite adds Greg Hall to engineering team in Texas

Greg Hall has been hired as a product development engineer working at Tubelite’s facility in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.         Hall brings nearly 30 years of experience with storefront, curtainwall, windows, and hurricane impact systems.

He says, “After learning about the company’s vision, growth and goals for the future, I decided I wanted to be a part of the team. The thing that impressed me the most about Tubelite was its reputation for customer service.”

Prior to joining Tubelite, Hall worked for 10 years with Oldcastle Building Envelope (formerly Vistawall) as a senior product development designer. Previous to that, he was a design engineer at International Aluminum and at U.S. Aluminum.

Before moving south, he attended the University of Northern Iowa where he earned a Bachelor of Technology in industrial technology. Today, he lives in Forney, Texas, and shares his industry knowledge as an active member of the Glass Association of North America (GANA). Most recently, he has been involved in writing GANA’s new Commercial Fenestration Systems Manual (CFSM) manual.

In addition to Tubelite’s GANA membership, it is a member of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), the Construction Specification Institute (CSI), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and an approved continuing education provider through the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

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