QCC Introduces Two New Board Members

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AWI QCC Executive Director Randy Estabrook welcomes two new Board of Directors members to the Quality Certification Corporation (QCC).  Associate Partner Kurt Glauber of Robert A.M Stern Architects and Barry Sterling, CEO of JC Millwork, Inc. each were elected to a three-year term which began on Jan. 1, 2019.  Congratulations and welcome!

AWI-QCP Kurt GlauberKurt Glauber, Associate Partner, has been at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP since 1996. He is currently serving as a project manager for the Schwarzman Center at Yale University, which will transform Carrère & Hastings’ historic Commons and three floors of the adjoining Memorial Hall—components of their 1901 Bicentennial Buildings—into a social hub for the university’s undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Kurt previously served as Project Manager for two new 452-bed residential colleges at Yale University—Pauli Murray College and Benjamin Franklin College; and the Northwest Corner at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass., which included the master plan and programming of the Harvard Law School campus and the space programming and design of the new LEED® Gold 266,000 sq.-ft. Wasserstein Hall, Caspersen Student Center, and Clinical Wing. He served as Project Manager and Construction Administrator for the Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, and as a designer and Construction Administrator for the Spangler Campus Center, both at Harvard Business School in Boston, Mass. Kurt has also served as a designer for a condominium complex competition for the Trump Organization in New York; a mixed-use development competition in New York; commercial buildings in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.; the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in Georgia; Edison Field, a Major League Baseball stadium in Anaheim, Calif.; and the Museum Center at the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Conn., the first LEED-certified museum in the United States.

Kurt received his Associate of Arts degree from Erie Community College in Buffalo, N.Y., and his Masters of Architecture degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga. He is a registered architect in the State of New York, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a member of the American Institute of Architects. www.ramsa.com

AWI-QCP Barry SterlingBarry Sterling is Chief Executive Officer of JC Millwork, Inc. in Flower Mound, Texas.  He is a U.S. Army Veteran and a globally-experienced executive with extensive contacts in both the private sector and public sector, including demonstrated business and project development success, leadership skills, full P&L experience, business planning, corporate development, business development, business process development, strategic relationship development, raising capital, product development, project management, and operations management with extensive exposure to Board-level issues in both small and large companies. As JC Millwork’s CEO, Barry is charged with the company’s strategic growth. JC Millwork’s annual revenue is $28M, and its team is currently pushing for 20% growth annually through a diversified project portfolio. Barry says, “Scaling a highly specialized workforce, while implementing technology changes to meet the demands of the market, while maintaining 20% profitable growth, is my challenge and primary responsibility.”

JC Millwork, Inc. specializes in large commercial millwork projects and retail fixture rollouts across the United States.  Founded in 1968, the company has 100 employees, and 100,000 sq. ft. of modern production facilities. The firm’s specialties include the manufacturing and installation of finished wood and plastic laminate-clad millwork, wall paneling, casework, standing and running trim, fixtures, in-house solid surface fabrication and in-house staining and finishing. www.jcmillwork.com

JC Millwork is a QCP Licensee and a member of AWI.