Client News: Apogee's Building Retrofit adds Michelle Murray as account executive
Posted on September 27th, 2018 by Heather West
Apogee Enterprises, Inc.'s Building Retrofit Strategy Team continues to expand, adding Michelle Murray as an account executive. She works closely with Apogee's national Building Retrofit team, in conjunction with its businesses. She is located in San Francisco, and assists building owners and property managers in the Western states to evaluate the benefits of window renovation and upgrades.
Murray and Apogee's Retrofit team offer building owners and property managers free energy modeling, product selection and design assistance, and a network of installers covering North America. Advantages of window renovation and upgrades include improving the appearance of buildings, saving energy by reducing building loads on HVAC systems, reducing operations and maintenance costs, and increasing property values and retaining tenants.
Prior to joining Apogee, Murray's previous roles included commercial business development manager for VELUX USA, and as a business development representative for SAGE Electrochromics. Earlier in her career, she represented SAGE and other daylighting systems as a sales associate with Collier Building Specialties. She also served as a regional sales manager for Safti First.
Murray earned her bachelor's degree at the University of San Francisco. She continues her professional development as a member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). She is involved with the USGBC's Northern California and Northern Nevada chapters, and the CSI's San Francisco and Reno, Nevada chapters.
To learn more about Apogee's Building Retrofit Strategy Team's personnel, services and success stories, please visit http://apog.com/renovation.html or contact Kevin Robbins at email@example.com, 715-409-0821.
Apogee Enterprises, Inc.'s Building Retrofit Strategy Team, in conjunction with its businesses, assists building owners and property managers to evaluate the benefits of window renovation and upgrades, such as improving the appearance of the building, saving energy, downsizing HVAC loading, reducing maintenance, lowering vacancy rates, increasing rental rates and enhancing the value of the building.
Apogee's business units supporting these building retrofit strategies include Alumicor; EFCO Corporation; Harmon, Inc.; Linetec; Sotawall; Tubelite Inc.; Viracon, Inc.; and Wausau Window and Wall Systems.
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