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Hanam to retire


June 26, 2013
By Patrick Flannery

hanamJune 26, 2013 – Morgan Hanam, head of Enermodal Engineering's
window division, has announced his retirement at the end of July. He
leaves the Kitchener, Ont.,-based consulting firm after a 35-year career
in the fenestration industry. Hanam is 60. Hanam's career in the window industry started at Golden Windows in 1977, moving to Enermodal in 1999.
He has been continuously active in industry associations, including a
term as president of the Canadian Window and Door Association in 1997
and 1998.

hanamJune 26, 2013 – Morgan Hanam, head of Enermodal Engineering's window division, has announced his retirement at the end of July. He leaves the Kitchener, Ont.,-based consulting firm after a 35-year career in the fenestration industry. Hanam is 60.

Hanam's career in the window industry started at Golden Windows in 1977, moving to Enermodal in 1999. He has been continuously active in industry associations, including a term as president of the Canadian Window and Door Association in 1997 and 1998. Hanam has participated on technical committees for the Canadian
Standards Association, the Canadian General Standards Board, the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Association of Canada, and the National Fenestration Rating Council. He was inducted as a Fenestration Canada Pioneer last year, and won the C.P. Loewen award for lifetime achievement in 2000. Hanam was also honoured by the CSA for 25 years of service in 2010.

Hanam says he has welcomed the opportunity to improve products in the industry and thus contribute to the overall improvement of society. He is proud of the level of service to clients he has been able to give throughout his career. He says he worked make Fenestration Canada a more open association and less of an old boys' club.

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Hanam says he will continue to work a bit, but take longer winter breaks with his wife, Gail. Micheal Barclay will take over his responsibilities at Enermodal.

Related links
www.enermodal.com


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