Vistawall Group names new Managers

Kent Baumann was recently named strategic alliance manager of the Vistawall Group. In the new role, he will work closely with architects, general contractors and developers to promote the company's products and services.

Baumann, who began his career with Vistawall Architectural Products in 1988, has held positions in engineering, estimating and field sales. He was previously a south central district sales manager.

Vistawall Architectural Products named Len Lewis as its south central district manager. He was previously the South Texas district manager. Lewis began his career with Vistawall in 1997, as a field sales representative in the Houston area. His new position will encompass the states of Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and southeastern New Mexico.

Moduline Window Systems named Mike Gorman northeast regional sales manager. Gorman was previously working in architectural promotion for the Vistawall Group. He will be responsible for sales, developing relationships with key accounts and promoting to architects for Moduline, part of the Vistawall Group. Gorman has nearly 20 years of experience selling architectural metals and glass in the northeast region.

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