AWI appoints new technical director

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The Architectural Woodwork Institute announces the appointment of Hunter Morrison, a wood and science technology engineer, as the association's technical director.

"He will be responsible for overseeing execution of ANSI/AWI Standards development, leading the National Testing Center team in Americus, Ga., providing technical support for our industry, and fulfilling his duty of AWI senior staff member," AWI’s executive vice president Doug Hague said in a statement. "Hunter's education and experience will be a great asset to the AWI team. His skillset and professionalism will be inherent in all of his work and will translate into tremendous member value."

Prior to joining the AWI team, Morrison worked for an architectural woodworking manufacturer, Boulder Mills Inc., in Lafayette, Colo.

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