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Angela Hupf joins Wausau as vice president of human resources

Wausau Window and Wall Systems has hired Angela Hupf as vice president of human resources (HR). She joins the company’s executive team and reports to president Jim Waldron. She draws from two decades of experience in HR, community relations and employee services, plus her active involvement in both professional and nonprofit organizations.

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Wausau supports continuous growth with remote engineering office

Expanding its engineering capacity and capabilities, Wausau Window and Wall Systems opened a remote office in Oct. 2016 to support its continuous growth. Currently, six of Wausau’s engineering associates have their primary workspace in Minneapolis. This team includes two structural engineers and three design engineers, plus engineering manager Susana Rivera. She hopes to add at least four more associates to the team.

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Edy Garipay joins Wausau Window and Wall Systems

Wausau Window and Wall Systems has hired Edy Garipay, LEED® Green Associate, as an architectural sales representative. She maintains a LEED Green Associate accreditation with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and has held various leadership roles with the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) as a board member, the emerging professionals chair and an education committee member.

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Wausau hires Derik Mitchell as architectural sales representative

Derik Mitchell joins Wausau Window and Wall Systems as an architectural sales representative on commercial building projects in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas. Based in Nashville, he will work locally with owners, architects and design professionals, contractors and construction teams to assist with product selection for high-performance window and curtainwall systems.

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Seattle’s Third & Harrison office building features Wausau’s curtainwall and windows

Developed by Martin Selig Real Estate, Seattle’s Third & Harrison is a new 185,000-square-foot, five-floor office building and home to Holland America Cruise Lines. Perkins+Will’s architectural team envisioned the project as a new, sustainably designed icon for urban professionals to work near the natural wonders the city has to offer. Amenities include plentiful underground parking, vegetated roof terraces, and street amenities such as seating and pocket parks.

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195 CHURCH offices’ window retrofit increases energy efficiency

Located on the New Haven Green, 195 CHURCH is undergoing a $6 million energy-efficient window and lighting retrofit. Implementing recommendations from Globelé Energy and Apogee Enterprises, Inc.’s Building Retrofit Strategy Team, the property’s tenants already are experiencing more comfortable workspaces.

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San Antonio’s Cellars at Pearl features Wausau Window and Wall Systems

Cellars at Pearl’s East and West Towers’ 122 apartments range from 650-square-foot floor plans with one bedroom and one bath to 2450-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath junior penthouses. The towers’ feeling and function is credited to the collaboration of Three: Living Architecture and Don B. McDonald, AIA. Described as a South Texas/Spanish “refined ranch” aesthetic, the towers incorporate native stone, mission tile, reclaimed brick, salvaged hardwood floors, high ceilings, expansive windows, and private terraces and balconies.

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The Woolworth Tower Residences completes window retrofit

The iconic Woolworth Tower Residences’ top 30 floors are nearing completion after extensive renovations. Promising sweeping views of the city, each residence showcases new, historically inspired, high-performance windows and terrace doors from Wausau Window and Wall Systems.

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"Smart Glass: Options for Creating a Sustainable, Glare-free Environment" by Josh Hogan, vice-president of sales operations for Halio North America/ Advances in electrochromic technologies have given building owners new options for maintaining their views and daylight, which studies have shown to boost vitality, productivity, and improve sleep by helping people keep in sync with their circadian rhythms. When used to block the sun’s heat and admit daylight, electrochromic or smart-tinting glass has been proven to reduce the energy used for air conditioning and electric lighting, providing as much as 20% in energy savings over low-E glass. Photo courtesy of Kinestral Technologies

"Smart Glass: Options for Creating a Sustainable, Glare-free Environment" by Josh Hogan, vice-president of sales operations for Halio North America/ Advances in electrochromic technologies have given building owners new options for maintaining their views and daylight, which studies have shown to boost vitality, productivity, and improve sleep by helping people keep in sync with their circadian rhythms. When used to block the sun’s heat and admit daylight, electrochromic or smart-tinting glass has been proven to reduce the energy used for air conditioning and electric lighting, providing as much as 20% in energy savings over low-E glass. Photo courtesy of Kinestral Technologies

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