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Chuck Anderson joins AAMA staff.

Press Release Summary:

Sep 28, 2007 - Named codes and industry affairs manager for AAMA, Chuck Anderson will serve as technical liaison between AAMA and affiliated industry organizations including standards-setting associations, building products coalitions and government agencies, as well as state, local, and international code groups. He has 22 years of engineering-related experience and is registered as a professional engineer in North Carolina.

American Architectural Manufacturers Association - Schaumburg, IL

Original Press Release

Anderson Joins AAMA Staff as Codes and Industry Affairs Manager

Press release date: Sep 26, 2007

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- Chuck Anderson has been named the codes and industry affairs manager for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA). He will serve as an important technical liaison between AAMA and affiliated industry organizations including standards-setting associations, building products coalitions and government agencies, as well as state, local and international code groups.

"Chuck has 22 years of engineering-related experience, eight of which involve fenestration, and has been a valuable AAMA contributor for many years," noted Rich Walker, AAMA's president and CEO. "Chuck also is registered as a professional engineer in the state of North Carolina, which will help with his code-related responsibilities in Southeastern states."

Anderson earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from West Virginia Institute of Technology and graduated cum laude. Most recently, Anderson served on the Board of Directors for the Northeast Window and Door Association (NWDA) and serves on the Code Development Committee of the International Code Council's (ICC) International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). In addition, he previously served on the Board of Directors for the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) and AAMA Southeast Region.

As AAMA's codes and industry affairs manager, Anderson fills the position vacated by Ken Brenden, who assumes the role of technical standards manager and now oversees the development and distribution of all AAMA technical documents and standards.