Wausau Names New Market Managers
May 28, 2009
Wausau Window and Wall Systems has announced three new market managers
with expertise in specific building applications: Lisa May specializing
in healthcare projects; Steve Gille in education; and Tom Mifflin
in governmental and military.
May works with hospitals, medical centers, clinics and other healthcare
facilities to offer technical assistance, sustainable design input,
thermal modeling, detailing and specification review to design professionals
nationwide. Recently, May has been helping facility designers and
owners understand the importance operable windows can play in providing
natural light and ventilation, as well as energy-efficiency and
emergency ventilation for patient rooms in case of fire.
During his 25-year career with Wausau, Gille has helped design
professionals, school districts and university facility managers
create effective and imaginative learning environments. For the
past decade, he has developed a robust offering of standard products
that feature the company's high-performance quality, while respecting
the accelerated timeframes and limited budgets of constructing educational
Prior to joining Wausau in 1996, Mifflin was a design engineer
for a government subcontractor working on classified projects for
the Naval Facilities Command. At Wausau, he has been involved with
high-security and blast-mitigating window systems for new construction
and renovation projects. Most recently, he has been involved with
Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) and energy-improvement projects.
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