Trautman joins Vitro Architectural Glass as National Architectural Manager
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 9, 2019 – Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) announced that David Trautman has joined the company as national architectural manager for the Mid-Atlantic region—covering Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Washington DC.
As national architectural manager, Trautman will focus on delivering product, technology and service solutions to architectural designers and other customers in the commercial construction industry.
He joins Vitro with over 35 years of sales experience, architectural and channel support within the facades industry. Prior to joining Vitro, Trautman had a career with Kawneer that spanned over 30 years in various roles in architectural sales, consulting and major projects manager.
“David is an accomplished architectural sales manager and consultant with extensive experience in the commercial façade and fenestration markets,” said Joseph Sennese, director, architectural development, Vitro Architectural Glass. “His longtime experience and guidance with fenestration selections will assist the architect, designer and engineering communities as discussions lead to selecting glass products to meet the owner’s aesthetic desire and energy performance needs.”
Trautman holds Bachelor of Science degrees in finance and business management from Penn State University.
To learn more about high-performance products from Vitro Architectural Glass, visit www.vitroglazings.com or call 1-855-VTRO-GLS (887-6457).
About Vitro Architectural Glass
Vitro Architectural Glass, part of Vitro, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV:VITROA), the largest company of its kind in the Americas, manufactures a range of industry-leading, energy-efficient products such as Solarban®, Sungate® and Starphire Ultra-Clear® glasses at U.S. plants in Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Fresno, California; Salem, Oregon; and Wichita Falls, Texas. Committed to sustainable manufacturing processes and products, the company also operates one of the world’s largest glass research and development facilities in Pittsburgh and four residential glass fabrication plants in Canada. Upholding the values of “Together, We See Further” across the architectural, automotive and containers markets, Vitro strives to realize the power of partnership to ensure that projects meet or exceed ever-evolving sustainability expectations as well as glass requirements. For more information, please visit www.VitroGlass.com.
Robert J. Struble
Vitro Architectural Glass