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Glen Morrison
President, Alcoa Building and Construction Systems
Norcross, Georgia
 
 
Glen Morrison was named President, Alcoa Building and Construction Systems (BCS) in 2010.  BCS supplies architectural systems, services and building products to the global construction market, and serves customers worldwide.  This business is comprised of the Kawneer brand of architectural aluminum building products and systems; the Alcoa Architectural Products business, which sells the Reynobond® and Reynolux® brands of aluminum composite materials; and Alcoa Architectuursystemen NL, based in the Netherlands, which designs, develops and sells aluminum profile systems for windows, doors, sliding patio doors, conservatories and curtain walls throughout Europe.  In 2010, BCS purchased Traco, a privately-held maker of windows and door based in Pennsylvania.  The business is now part of Kawneer North America.
 
Glen has been involved in several key roles for Alcoa in the building and construction industry since he joined the company in 1991 as Sales and Marketing Director for Kawneer UK.  He progressed to Marketing Director for Alcoa BCS, then General Manager of the Alcoa Architectural Products unit of Alcoa BCS.  In 2005, he was named President, Kawneer North America, and in 2010 was named President of Alcoa Building and Construction Systems, which has 31 operating locations in 13 countries.
 
In 2011, Glen was named a Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council, a network of U.S. design, product and construction leaders focused on advanced innovation for the commercial building industry.
 
He has a degree in Business Studies from Lanchester Polytechnic in the U.K.  Glen attained the rank of Captain in the Royal Corps of Signals (Territorial Army), comparable to the U.S. National Guard, which he served from 1980-1992.  He was born in Winchester, England on April 17, 1962.