Client News: Tubelite hires two architectural representatives
Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Heather West
Doug Dietrich and Kevin Haynes join Tubelite Inc. as architectural accounts representatives. Both report to Tubelite’s marketing director Mary Olivier. They work closely with architectural teams and glazing contractors across the nation to provide assistance with storefront, curtainwall, entrances and daylight control systems.
Based in Iowa, Doug Dietrich has more than 30 years experience in construction, architecture and business development. He most recently worked at Merchants Metals, Inc./Oldcastle Architectural, Inc. as the manager of technical sales and specifications. Prior to this, he served in architectural and business development roles at Architectural Systems, Inc.; Re-View historic window and door restoration; Major Industries, Inc.; The ReWall Company, LLC; and JELD-WEN Inc.
Dietrich earned a master’s degree in architecture from Iowa State University in Ames and a bachelor’s degree in industrial design from The University of Iowa in Iowa City.
A member of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Kevin Haynes, CSI, is based in Florida and also brings nearly 30 years of experience in architectural promotion, technical sales and engineering within the glass and glazing industry. Since 2012, he worked at Coral Industries, Inc. as an architectural representative. Before this, he was the brand manager of ProTek® Systems for YKK AP America Inc., and the architectural products sales manager for Vitro America, LLC. He also has held several positions in sales, engineering and architectural sales with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope®, where he earned numerous awards with the Vistawall Group.
Haynes studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, and at the Creative College of Design in Detroit.
In addition to Haynes involvement with CSI, both he and Dietrich seek opportunities to share Tubelite’s informational presentations and approved courses with members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), as well as other members of the design and building envelope community.