"Making Smart Connections" in Commercial Construction

Posted on by Chuck Houk

The phrase “Making Smart Connections” can mean a lot of different things, but in the context of constructing a commercial building, it is mostly about connections that involve people and/or the building components that make up the structure. Either way you look at it, making smart connections is key to a successful outcome.

Environment also plays an important role in making smart connections. Creating the right environment to encourage collaborative thinking and creative problem solving is at the core of why Tremco created our Sustainable Building Solutions Test Facility. As our industry moves from component based thinking to whole building performance, we must bring together the best and brightest to properly vet how to achieve continuity and compatibility throughout the entire building envelope.

The construction of commercial buildings is a team sport and Tremco would be proud to host you and your team at our Test Facility to have the right discussion in the right environment. Building structures that perform better should be everyone’s goal.

Let’s start by Making Smart Connections!  

For more information or to schedule a visit, please contact your local Tremco Representative.  For a list of sales representatives in your area please visit our website.

To learn more about our Sustainable Building Solutions Test Facility watch this short video.

Testing Tremco Behind the Scenes

Chuck Houk

About Chuck Houk

Charles (Chuck) Houk joined Tremco, Inc. in 1986 and has held a variety of different positions throughout his 31 years with the company including sales, marketing, business development and general management roles. Tremco, Inc. is a collection of businesses serving the construction industry, including the Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing (CS&W) division of which Chuck is currently President. CS&W is a manufacturer of specialty chemical products formulated to improve building performance through effective air, moisture and thermal management of the building envelope. He holds a BA, Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College and attended the Harvard Business School, The General Management Program in 2004.

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