Janus International Group LLC, a manufacturer of self-storage roll-up doors and building components, announced key organizational changes to its estimating team. The company has created new roles to align business operations and core growth strategies, according to a press release.
Alan Campbell, a 25-year industry veteran with more than 10 years at the company, has been named senior director of estimating. He’ll lead the estimating efforts for the R3 (renovate, remodel or retrofit) and New Construction Divisions. Prior to joining Janus, Campbell was the inside sales manager for U.S. Door & Building Components in Orlando, Fla. His experience also includes project-management roles at Atlas Roll-Lite Door Corp.
Alex Fouquette has been named director of estimating for R3, reporting to Campbell and working closely with Troy Bix, who was recently appointed the R3 Division president. Fouquette’s expertise will strongly enhance the focus of the business unit and support key initiatives, the release stated. Prior to joining Janus in 2014, he spent seven years as senior director of facilities at self-storage real estate investment trust Public Storage Inc., where he oversaw more than 1,200 properties in the Eastern United States. His background also includes project- and construction-management roles.
Johnathan Sims has been appointed director of estimating for the New Construction Division. He’ll use his expertise to focus on new building projects. Prior to joining Janus, Sims spent seven years as a project manager and senior estimator for an Atlanta-based general contractor, where he focused on client retention and business development. His experience includes more than 12 years of project-management and construction-related roles.
Finally, Janus named Madison Curtis as manager of Arizona estimating, where he’ll support growth of the company’s office in Surprise, Ariz. Curtis joined the company in 2010 and moved into estimating in 2011. He has worked on renovation and retrofit projects for Public Storage and transitioned into new construction within the past two years.
“We are pleased to have placed in-house talent into key positions to support our new business units and focus on growth in these specific segments,” said David Curtis, CEO and president. “The structure of this team will allow us to maximize the value of these initiatives and the growth potential for our business. This change further enables the company to invest resources on our largest opportunities for growth.”
Headquartered in Temple, Ga., Janus has eight U.S. locations as well as manufacturing facilities in Europe and Mexico. The company is owned by Saw Mill Capital Partners LP, a New York-based private equity investment fund managed by Saw Mill Capital LLC.