Knight Solutions Teams with REHAU to Sell Sustainable Construction Products

REHAU announces its teaming relationship to pursue federal government contracts with the construction management firm Knight Solutions. Knight Solutions will support the sale of REHAU's sustainable building technologies including radiant heating and cooling, and geothermal ground loops.

Knight Solutions to Support Sales of REHAU Construction Products to Federal Government Projects


LEESBURG, Va., May 4, 2010 - REHAU has announced the establishment of a teaming relationship to pursue federal government contracts with the construction management firm Knight Solutions. A service-disabled veteran-owned small business, Knight Solutions will support the sale of REHAU's sustainable building technologies including radiant heating and cooling, geothermal ground loops and commercially rated vinyl window systems throughout the United States.

"With a product range that encompasses the building envelope and HVAC systems, REHAU gives us many opportunities to meet the performance targets of low-energy building construction and renovation projects," said Kevin Knight, chief executive officer of Knight Solutions. "By combining REHAU's extensive line of cutting-edge building systems with Knight Solutions' construction management and installation services, we offer government agencies and property owners a very comprehensive solution."

"Knight Solutions' experience with government contracting and status as a small, disadvantaged business will enable REHAU's energy-efficient systems to successfully compete for government projects, many of which are being funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act," said Dr. Kathleen Saylor, chief executive officer for REHAU North America. "We look forward to working with Knight Solutions to achieve the best possible return on economic stimulus investments in building projects throughout the United States."

Knight Solutions is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) with 8(a) program certification offering construction management services and representing construction equipment, fenestration, geothermal and HVAC systems from leading manufacturers. Based in the Washington, D.C. metro area, the company provides comprehensive sales, service and technical support to government agencies and property owners.

For more information, contact: Knight Solutions, 43045 Caledonia Court, Leesburg, Va., 20176. Phone: 703.669.9655. Fax: 703.669.9767. Cell: 703.220.4729. E-mail: kevinknight@knightsolutionsfirst.com. Web site: www.knightsolutionsfirst.com.

For more information, contact: REHAU, 1501 Edwards Ferry Rd., N.E., Leesburg, Va., 20176. Phone: 1.800.247.9445. Fax: 1.800.627.3428. E-mail: rehau.mailbox@rehau.com. Web site: www.na.rehau.com/construction.

REHAU delivers "Unlimited Polymer Solutions," and is the premium worldwide brand for polymer-based innovations and systems in construction, automotive and industry. The company generates continuous growth through its expertise and innovative capabilities in materials development, systems design and surface technology. Approximately 15,000 employees at more than 170 locations around the world ensure success of the independent, privately held company.
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