Twenty-Six Viracon Employees Achieve LEED Accreditation
April 8, 2011

Viracon in Owatonna, Minn., announced that 26 of its employees have recently become LEED Accredited Professionals. The accredited employees work in a variety of roles at Viracon locations across the country. Each achieved either the LEED AP BD+C or LEED Green Associate designation.

“Glass choice is critically important to a commercial building’s energy performance and therefore LEED certification. We want our team to fully understand the LEED rating system in order to provide the best possible advice and support to design teams working to achieve LEED status or to simply incorporate sustainable design concepts into their buildings,” says Kelly Schuller, senior vice president, sales and marketing at Viracon. “A deeper understanding of sustainability across the company also helps Viracon as we work to make our own operations greener. We are pleased that so many within Viracon are rising to the challenge.”

  • Viracon’s LEED-accredited associates include:
  • Cameron Scripture, LEED AP BD+C
  • Lance Lawrence, LEED AP BD+C
  • Jeff Rigot, LEED AP BD+C
  • Isaac Thompson, LEED Green Associate
  • Royal Jensen, LEED Green Associate
  • Alissa Schmidt, LEED AP BD+C
  • Don McCann, LEED Green Associate
  • Jordan Tracy, LEED Green Associate
  • Marni Windschitl, LEED Green Associate
  • Nicholas Yule, LEED Green Associate
  • Larry Schwierjohann, LEED Green Associate
  • Terry Larson, LEED Green Associate
  • Janda Bauman, LEED Green Associate
  • Ryan Hoffman, LEED Green Associate
  • Mark Nichols, LEED Green Associate
  • Kara Oien, LEED Green Associate
  • Jacob Williams, LEED Green Associate
  • Rick Farmer, LEED Green Associate
  • Greg Sanborn, LEED Green Associate
  • Gary Cahoon, LEED Green Associate
  • Jeffrey Wyckoff, LEED Green Associate
  • James Nelson, LEED Green Associate
  • Doug Zirngible, LEED Green Associate
  • Jeff Minear, LEED Green Associate
  • Howard J. Knipping, LEED Green Associate
  • JulieAnn Matter, LEED Green Associate

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