Tremco Combines with Other Brands to Form One Construction Products Group

Tremco has “joined forces” with Nudura; Dryvit; Willseal; Weatherproofing
Technologies Inc. and Weatherproofing Technologies Canada to form Tremco Construction Products Group (CPG). Combining these brands, Tremco CPG companies provide systems and services for all six sides of the building enclosure.

“Beginning now and continuing over the coming months, customers should expect to see the new brand identity on all customer-facing materials,” says Doug Rende, senior vice president, marketing and technical.

“Ultimately, building owners and construction industry firms benefit when materials manufacturers work together to offer solutions – whether they are restoring or renovating an aging structure or designing and constructing something entirely new,” says Paul Hoogenboom, president of Tremco Inc. “It makes perfect sense for these previously independent manufacturers to come together. Having one point of contact who connects you to a full team of problem solvers, for constructing and weatherproofing your building’s roof, façade, glazing system and foundation simplifies the design and material selection process, and greatly increases the performance and lifespan of your structure,” Hoogenboom explains.

“With an expansive sales force across North America from the Tremco CPG companies, contractors, building owners, architects and engineers now have easy access to all the information and assistance they need, whatever their project’s objectives and challenges,” Hoogenboom says. “Our team of technical specialists will work together on the solution that provides the performance desired while meeting aesthetic and budget parameters.”

Efficient Windows Collaborative Becomes Part of the NFRC

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has acquired the Efficient Windows Collaborative (EWC) and its proprietary online Window Selection Tool.

“This is an incredible opportunity to link the valuable resources of the EWC with those of NFRC to benefit consumers who want the confidence that they are purchasing the right window for their needs,” says Deb Callahan, NFRC CEO. “This also links the entire fenestration industry with the emerging green building and sustainable industries.”

“Over the past 20 years, the [EWC] has been educating consumers and designers on the importance of high-performance fenestration products and has been an integral part of the transformation of the market using these products,” says Kerry Harp, former EWC executive director. “With the EWC now being a part of the [NFRC], education and outreach efforts will greatly expand. Through its products and tools, EWC’s mission has always been to focus on the transformation of the built environment toward greater energy efficiency. This mission fits nicely into NFRC’s mission, vision and expanding outreach and education efforts.”

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