INDUSTRY NEWS Wausau names architectural Along with his involvement and professional
sales representative Brad Glauser has joined Wausau Window and Wall Systems, Wausau, Wis., as its architec- tural sales representative serving the north- western states of Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho. Glauser works closely with the area's build-
launches updated website Flex-Ability Concepts has launched a newly designed website. The site, www.fl exability- concepts.com, features a dramatic new look com- bined with easy-to-use content and organization. The site includes comprehensive product
information for commercial and residential applica- tions, an updated rep locater plus BIM fi le links and CEU opportunities. The new site can be used on all mobile
device platforms and also includes links to the company's Facebook and LinkedIn pages as well as YouTube videos.
ing owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors and is based in Everett, Wash. Most recently, he worked as a territory and project manager for Pacifi c Aluminum Company/Pac Glaz- ing Solutions in Woodinville, Wash. He previously worked in Utah with Weather Master Products, St. George, Utah, and Almega Commercial Construc- tion Inc., St. George. In addition to architectural sales, Glauser
has more than 10 years of industry experience in executive management, estimating, purchas- ing and project management, including buildings seeking certification under such programs as the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Green Building Rating System. He will represent Wau- sau at USGBC events, as well as the Building Owners Managers Association (BOMA), the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and other industry associations.
development with these organizations, Glauser is licensed as a general contractor in Utah, certifi ed in building envelope waterproofi ng through Tyvek, Wilmington, Del., and completed commercial glass and glazing coursework through the Ameri- can Institute of Architects (AIA) and Viracon Inc., Owatonna, Minn.
Sam Rubenzer joins
Steel Tube Institute The Steel Tube Institute has announced Sam Rubenzer, PE, SE, has joined the organization's Hollow Structural Sections Committee as a technical advisor in the fi eld of engineering. Rubenzer has more than 14 years experience
in structural engineering. He is currently the owner of FORSE Consulting, a structural engineering fi rm located in Eau Claire, Wis., that offers design, con- sulting and other support services to architects and engineers. Prior to launching the company in 2010, Rubenzer worked for Bentley Systems, Exton, Pa.; managing the structural training team and training structural engineers all over the world on how to use each of the RAM structural engineering software pro- grams to promote responsible and effi cient structural design. Rubenzer has also been a practicing engineer