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Jim Lajeunesse

Vice President Engineering

Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association

HQ Phone:  (613) 235-5511

Direct Phone: (800) ***-****direct phone

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Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association

130 Albert St. Suite 1208

Ottawa, Ontario,K1P 5G4

Canada

Company Description

The CWDMA's mission is to represent and support all aspects of the window and door manufacturing industry, including formulating and promoting high standards of quality in manufacturing, design, marketing, distribution, sales and application of all types of wi... more.

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Employment History

Vice President of Engineering

Bronze Craft Corporation


Web References(6 Total References)


Canadian Window & Door Manufacturers Association (CWDMA) - Member Details

www.cwdma.ca [cached]

Jim LaJeunesse, V.P. Engineering, 1-800-4887747


www.windowanddoor.net

Jim Lajeneusse, vice president of engineering for Bronze Craft Corp., sees opportunities for such systems in commercial buildings.
His company has been involved in several window automation projects that included the use of sensors on windows for monitoring indoor and outdoor environmental conditions. The data measurements are wirelessly transmitted to a modem which will communicate by Ethernet connection to the a building automation system or to a dedicated website which can in turn direct changes in lighting, cooling and heating systems for optimum energy efficiency, he explains. "We believe that the use of electronics will provide window designers real world performance data that will spur new product developments that encourage more use of windows in commercial buildings," he states. Manufacturers want "unique functionality combined with convenience and performance," suggests Truth's Mundt. The industry trend, he concludes, is "to find new and creative ways to operate a window or door."


Government Affairs

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Jim LaJeunesse, Bronze Craft Corp.


NH Industries of the Future

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The company's vice president, Jim Lajuenesse, helped draft Beyond 2020, the national vision for the metalcasting industry through his involvement with the American Foundrymen's Society.


Manufacturers' Mart: NH Industries of the Future

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The group also includes Jim Lajeunesse of The Bronze Craft Corporation, who helped draft the national IOF vision for the metal casting industry.


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