He brings more than 25 years of industry experience and expertise at Custom Window.
He has been involved with historic projects in nearly every state. High-profile examples can be seen at Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Michigan, U.S. Naval Academy, The Henry Ford museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), Embassy of the United Kingdom in Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Energy’s Sandia National Laboratories, U.S. Department of the Treasury and throughout the U.S. National Park Service.
As the product manager of Custom Window by Wausau, Stevens sees ongoing opportunities on historic, landmark buildings, as well as schools, museums, universities, courthouses, offices and military bases. This unique product offering of historically accurate and custom aluminum window products, which includes:
* Regionally appropriate, projected windows for the competitive k-12 school market and low-rise office applications;
* Patented, self-balancing double-hung windows designed for occupants to enjoy both large openings and easy operation; and
* Historically accurate window systems with true divided lite muntins, addressing stringent aesthetic requirements for historic preservation projects.
Custom Window by Wausau’s product line and regional presence are supported with a high level of customer service, experienced engineering and design teams, dependable schedules, on-time shipping and industry-leading warranties. Stevens provides assistance with design, feasibility, budget and specifications. In addition to serving as product manager, he has held various management roles such as estimating manager and regional sales manager. He also is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI).
Kevin Sarr, architectural sales representative
Sarr sees strong opportunities for Wausau in health care, schools, universities, courthouses, offices, and historic and landmark buildings. Based in Old Saybrook, Conn., Sarr joins Wausau from Custom Window, where he began as western regional manager and moved east to become regional sales manager for New England and New York City. He has been involved with notable projects at Denver Public Schools, MIT, Boston University, Laramie Plains Civic Center, Kansas City Police Headquarters, Hartford LDS Temple, and many other worship centers.
Prior to his leadership roles at Custom Window, Sarr worked for 13 years as the managing partner of glazing contractor Brother Sun Glass Company of Santa Fe, N.M. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., and is a CSI member.
Russell Williams, architectural sales representative
Before becoming an architectural sales representative with Wausau, Williams worked with Wausau’s long-time customer, Colorado-based glazing contractor J.R. Butler, Inc. He was involved with such notable projects as National Renewal Energy Laboratory’s research support facility and the University of Colorado’s biotechnology building. Returning to Colorado, Williams will serve customers in his home state, as well as in New Mexico and Utah.
Trained in lean manufacturing, Williams earned an architectural engineering degree with an emphasis in construction management from the University of Colorado at Boulder.