Kawneer has added to its sales team with new architectural sales representative for Ohio and West Virginia, Edmonton in Alberta, Northern California, Chicago area, Boston area and San Francisco Bay area and Pacific Northwest.
Kawneer Co. Inc., a leading manufacturer of architectural aluminium building products and systems for the commercial construction industry, and part of Alcoa’s global Building and Construction Systems (BCS) business, has made the following new additions to its sales team.
Tim Marconi joined as the architectural sales representative for the Ohio and West Virginia territory. A veteran of the industry, he brings nearly 30 years of experience to the team. He previously worked with Kawneer distributor W.A. Wilson, where he rose through the ranks to senior vice president.
Ryan Long will now serve as architectural sales representative for the Edmonton territory in Alberta. He most recently was a representative for architectural wall systems supplier Sobotec. He is a member of Alberta’s Glass Trades Association and serves as a volunteer firefighter in his spare time.
Craig Gauger now will handle the Northern California territory. He has eight years’ experience as an estimator/project manager in the contract glazing industry, and, prior to that, spent five years in the technology industry.
Natalie Tomich is the new architectural sales representative for the Chicago area. She brings 15 years of industry project management and sales experience to the team. She previously was with CK2 Contracting and is a member of the ASA Chicago – Government Relations Committee.
Thomas Cross is the architectural sales representative for the Boston area. He brings more than a decade of experience to the company. Previously, he worked with both YKK AP America and Pella Windows & Doors in Boston.
Ashley Clark serves as architectural consultant for the San Francisco Bay area and Pacific Northwest. She has more than 10 years of experience in the construction industry, and previously worked with Steelcase in the Pacific Northwest.