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Bautex Systems Names Chris Noone Vice President of Sales and Business Development

SAN MARCOS, TEXAS (April 13, 2016) – Bautex Systems today announced it has expanded its man­age­ment team with the addition of Vice President of Sales and Business Devel­op­ment Chris Noone, who joins the company after more than a decade in senior sales man­age­ment roles at Oldcastle, Inc. 

Noone brings expe­ri­ence leading sales efforts across a four-state region including Texas, serving archi­tects, engineers, con­trac­tors and building owners via direct and indirect sales.

Bautex Systems man­u­fac­tures Bautex Block, an insulated concrete block made from beads of expanded poly­styrene blended with a pro­pri­etary cemen­ti­tious mixture. The fully installed Bautex Wall System provides a complete wall solution in a single inte­grat­ed assembly that exceeds building codes for energy effi­cien­cy and life safety. It is simpler to design and construct and performs better than tra­di­tion­al wall systems, while also creating a quieter, more com­fort­able indoor envi­ron­ment. The Bautex Wall System, con­struct­ed with Bautex Block, is well suited for both com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial buildings because it is fast and easy to construct using familiar con­struc­tion techniques.

Based in Dallas and reporting to Bautex President Paul Brown, Noone will be respon­si­ble for leading the Bautex sales team, and cul­ti­vat­ing rela­tion­ships with archi­tects and builders who want to stay ahead of changing code require­ments for com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion, while meeting their clients’ needs for more efficient, durable and com­fort­able buildings. Noone will also supervise rela­tion­ships and oppor­tu­ni­ties with Bautex dis­trib­u­tors Acme Brick in north, west and southeast Texas, and Martini Brick along the Gulf Coast.

Bautex Systems is already meeting the needs of Texas’ visionary archi­tects, engineers and con­trac­tors who want better materials for more durable, sus­tain­able and energy-efficient buildings,” says Noone. The broader Texas con­struc­tion industry is on the cusp of having to make sig­nif­i­cant changes in the way they design and build because the state and its cities are adopting 2015 building codes that raise the bar for energy effi­cien­cy, life safety and overall building per­for­mance. The Bautex Wall System provides them with a sim­pli­fied path toward meeting building code require­ments today and in the future.

Bautex is uniquely posi­tioned to help these new building code chal­lenges with a simple and cost-effective approach, and the potential impact on the industry was too much to ignore,” Noone says.

Our momentum in the Texas market continues to build, and Chris under­stands the chal­lenges that the com­mer­cial con­struc­tion industry is facing today,” says Brown. His rela­tion­ships in Texas and sur­round­ing states, and his enthu­si­asm for what’s happening in the con­struc­tion market are great strengths for our customers, our dis­trib­u­tors and our team.”

Noone holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree from Kansas State Uni­ver­si­ty and is certified by the National Concrete Masonry Asso­ci­a­tion (NCMA) and Inter­lock­ing Concrete Paving Institute (ICPI).

About Bautex Systems, LLC

Bautex Systems, LLC is a leader in providing builders and archi­tects with better materials for building safer, more energy-efficient and more design-flexible building envelope solutions. From its plant in San Marcos, Texas, Bautex Systems uses a patent-pending man­u­fac­tur­ing process to produce Bautex Block, an insulated concrete block comprised of cemen­ti­tious material and expanded poly­styrene (EPS). Bautex Block is used to build interior and exterior walls for com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial con­struc­tion, creating an inte­grat­ed wall assembly that exceeds 2015 building codes for energy effi­cien­cy and life safety. The company is head­quar­tered in San Marcos and is ideally located to serve builders through­out the southwest United States. For more infor­ma­tion, visit www​.bau​texsys​tems​.com.

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