Wausau adds Chris Gall as a Southeastern sales representative

Wausau Window and Wall Systems has hired Chris Gall as its sales representative serving the Southeastern states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Ken Carpenter previously managed this territory during more than 25 years of employment with Wausau. Carpenter will retire at the end of February, officially transitioning to Gall.

“We appreciate Ken’s dedication and years of service. We are fortunate to have so many, highly-experienced, industry leaders at Wausau. We are proud to invest in continual improvement in our company and our people, including professional development and association involvement. We enjoy sharing this knowledge with our customers,” says John Bendt, Wausau’s vice president of sales.

Based in South Carolina, Gall works closely with the area’s building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors. He began his career with Tubelite Inc., working his way up from warehouse manager to inside sales and estimating. For the last 14 years, his responsibilities included managing United States Aluminum Corporation’s sales teams and products, as well as its Government Services Administration/Department of Defense – Anti-Terrorist Force Protection group.

“Chris’ experience in the government market is a great complement to our team,” says David DeBettignies, Wausau’s regional sales manager. “His knowledge of blast hazard mitigation products and high-security applications, and of hurricane impact resistant products and high-wind applications, matches well with Wausau’s expertise to make him an ideal fit for the Southeast region.”

Part of the Advantage by Wausau standard products, Wausau’s Blast Hazard Mitigation (BHM) and Hurricane Series window systems are manufactured with recycled aluminum to meet green building goals and available with accelerated delivery to meet fast-track installation schedules. Combining environmentally-responsible finishes, recycled content, thermal performance, condensation resistance, natural ventilation, daylight and outside views, Wausau’s window systems may aid buildings seeking certification under such programs as the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Green Building Rating System™.


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