Knight Wall Systems Taps Engineered Systems As Rep Group For Ohio

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Deer Park, WA – Knight Wall Systems today announced it has appointed Engineered Systems as its exclusive sales agent throughout the state of Ohio, according to Knight national sales manager Steve Taylor. Engineered Systems has more than three decades of experience in sales and design consulting in architectural exterior and interiors, working with architects, construction professionals and building owners.

“We’re excited to have Engineered Systems heading up our sales efforts in Ohio,” Taylor said. “Mike Gottron and his team have extensive knowledge of the building envelope industry, which is important for us as we grow our presence in Ohio.” Since 1985, Engineered Systems has been a reliable resource in the construction industry, working with architects, building owners and contractors alike. The firm represents a wide range of roofing, cladding, acoustics, insulation and interior products.

Engineered Systems principal and exterior/interior specialist Gottron said, “Knight’s industry-leading product range is a great fit for us, and we’re enthusiastic about growing its share of the Ohio building envelope market.” Gottron, along with outside sales reps Kevin Ault and Bryan Gottron, will cover the entire state on behalf of Knight.

Knight Wall Systems Inc., headquartered in Deer Park, Washington, is an innovator in building envelope technology. A winner of Environmental Building News’ “Top-10 Green Building Products” awards, and a two-time recipient of Architectural Record’s Record Products designations, Knight’s patented “drop-in” rainscreen and thermal isolation technologies have set new standards for building façades throughout North America.