05.28.10 Client News

Cyndy Workman-Snow named as Wausau’s representative serving New Mexico, Utah and Colorado

Wausau Window and Wall Systems named Cyndy Workman-Snow as its architectural sales representative in New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. Workman-Snow supports architects and design teams, general and specialty contractors, as well as owners and developers of commercial building projects.

Based in Denver, Workman-Snow says, “At this time, we see many opportunities in the region to provide high-performance window and curtainwall systems for health care, government and institutional construction, as well as renovation projects. Energy-performance and other green building goals are especially important to those who design, construct and manage these facilities and to the local communities who use them.”

Demonstrating her commitment to environmentally-responsible design and building, Workman-Snow belongs to the U.S. Green Building Council and is pursuing LEED accreditation. She recently joined the Construction Specifications Institute. Locally, she has served as a long-time member of the Colorado Glazing Contractors Association.

Prior to her new role with Wausau, Workman-Snow served as a senior sales representative for glazing contractor Harmon, Inc.‘s Denver office. During her five years at Harmon, she was involved with several projects featuring Wausau’s systems including window renovations for student residence towers at the University of Denver.

Workman-Snow studied at the University of Houston‘s College of Architecture, but says that she “was born into the glazing industry” through her father’s curtainwall consultancy in Houston, Texas. She went on to work for Shelton Greer in Houston. In the 1980s, Workman-Snow moved to Colorado and took a drafting position with RPS, followed by a similar position with Elward Construction, and later, A-1 Glass, Inc.

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