Wausau names Gregg Tassone as architectural sales representative in New York City and northern New Jersey

Gregg Tassone joins Wausau Window and Wall Systems as its architectural sales representative working closely with the building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors in New York City and northern New Jersey.

As a partner with Engineered Window Systems LLC, Tassone brings a consultative sales approach and 35 years of experience in the glazing industry to his new role with Wausau.He assists customers with National Fenestration Rating Council’s thermal calculations and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s window and glass performance calculations.

Prior to joining Engineered Window Systems, Tassone worked with Traco, Inc. as regional sales manager in New York and New Jersey. His previous sales territories included Pennsylvania and Florida. Before representing Traco, he worked as a project manager with Castle Construction Company, Inc.

Throughout his career, Tassone volunteered with the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA). He has served as chair of AAMA’s Aluminum Materials Council, as secretary of the Aluminum Materials Council’s marketing committee and as chair of the Engineering Analysis of Fenestration Anchorage Systems task group.

Tassone, a resident of Cresskill, N.J., earned his bachelor’s degree from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.

To learn more about Wausau’s personnel, products and projects, please visit WausauWindow.com.

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Date: 18 December 2012
Source: Wausau Window and Wall Systems

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