Tubelite hires Aaron Zorn to serve clients in Chicago

Aaron Zorn joins Tubelite Inc. to provide glazing contractors in the Chicago area with storefront, curtainwall, entrance and daylight control systems.

Zorn previously worked with Traco, a division of Kawneer, serving Chicago's commercial building teams and glazing contractors. His prior sales positions were with Pella Corporation's Commercial Chicago division, and CONAM Inspection & Engineering Services, a quality control and assurance provider now owned by MISTRAS Group, Inc. He began his career with CTC Analytical Services, North America's largest independent supplier of fluid analysis services, after earning a bachelor's degree in business management from Judson College in Elgin, Illinois.

Sharing his knowledge with others, Zorn has been a member of Construction Specification Institute (CSI) for four years and continues his participation through CSI Chicago. He will help represent Tubelite as a member of CSI, American Institute of Architects, American Architectural Manufacturers Association, Glass Association of North America, and U.S. Green Building Council.

"Green building is the main driver for growth in the Chicago market," says Zorn. "Tubelite meets this need with its thermal performance products, recycled aluminum framing and eco-friendly, durable finishes. Not only is this important to new construction projects, but there is a huge opportunity for existing building renovations -- especially for Tubelite's storefront systems." As examples, he mentions retail centers, schools and universities, municipalities and park districts, senior living residences and places of worship.

In his community of Bartlett, Ill., Zorn volunteers with his church, the Special Olympics and many of his son and daughter's activities. He and his family enjoy sports and the outdoors, including football, baseball and fishing.

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