Curtis Dobler was Appointed as Executive Vice President and CHRO at Apogee

Date of management change: May 14, 2019 

What Happened?

Minneapolis, MN-based Apogee Appointed Curtis Dobler as Executive Vice President and CHRO

 

About the Company

Apogee, headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, provides distinctive value-added glass solutions for enclosing commercial buildings and framing art. Our companies engineer, fabricate, install and repair the walls of glass and windows that enclose buildings and often provide energy efficiency, hurricane protection or blast protection. For picture framing, our glass reduces reflectivity and fading from sunlight. Our Company: Apogee transforms plain glass to create distinctive solutions for architects, building owners, contractors, picture framers and others. Our glass and aluminum window, storefront and curtainwall systems make commercial buildings look great, reduce energy consumption and protect against hurricanes and blasts. Apogee`s glass also reduces fading and reflection for picture framing customers. We combine the expertise of our people to engineer glass and metal building façades, complete massive orders for skyscrapers on time, and manage complex window, curtainwall and storefront installation projects. We also provide glass that makes framed art and pictures look better, while helping framers improve profitability. Leaders in our markets, Apogee leverages the strengths of our products and people to deliver distinctive solutions.

 

About the Person

Curtis Dobler is Executive Vice President and CHRO at Apogee. Previously, Curtis held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.

 

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