Pacific Aluminum Adds to Staff

Pacific Aluminum, a regional manufacturer of commercial glazing systems, has hired five new employees, two in engineering and three in sales and estimating. Ron Landon has been hired as chief engineer for the company. He has more than 10 years experience as a designer for companies such as Technical Glass Products, Herzog Aluminum and the Boeing Company. Landon will be responsible for curtainwall, window and door drawings and design.

The other engineer added to the Pacific Aluminum team is Gene Davis, who comes to the company as an engineer for the research and development department. He has 32 years in the fenestration industry, specializing in commercial and residential aluminum window products. Prior to joining Pacific Aluminum, Davis worked for Herzog Aluminum, Fenpro Building Products and Walters & Wolf Curtainwall.

William "Willie" Evans joins the Woodinville, Wash.-headquartered company as a sales manager. He has six years of experience in sales management and, according to Pacific Aluminum, increased sales at his former company by 35 percent.

Dennis Pickner has been hired as the company's chief estimator. He has more than 23 years experience in commercial glazing and spent 13 years as a senior project manager at Eastside Glass before joining Pacific Aluminum.

Tracey Rogers, formerly a Pacific Aluminum project manager, has returned to the company as a storefront estimator. Rogers, who more than 12 years in the glazing industry, has also worked for Courtesy Glass and Eastside Glass.


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