Timothy Fikkert

Timothy Fikkert

Green Bay, WI, US




AmeriLux International, De Pere, WI, US, Product Development Manager

A primary focus of Business Development, at AmeriLux International, is reaching the Architectural glazing and daylighting market. The inclusion of a licensed architect on this Business Development team adds experience, insight and understanding unique to the field of architecture. Through the use of in-person and distance learning programs AmeriLux is working to educate architects, designers, and contractors on the benefits of multiwall polycarbonate as a translucent daylighting material. This education and support is taken to an individual level through customer and project specific involvement. Finding the best solution for all parties involved and ultimately the end user is the first priority. Understanding the whole design process and design intent of projects helps AmeriLux offer the best possible solution.

Tim Fikkert, AIA has been part of the AmeriLux team since December of 2011. Tim brings a unique background and experience from years of work as a designer. AmeriLux provides an ideal place for Tim to combine his architectural experience and interest in sales, operations, and business development.

While combining existing skills and interest Tim has continued to stay current on the daylighting and glazing industry. Knowing the full benefits and challenges of daylighting is necessary to provide the best possible solutions to customers and designers.

Dec 2011 - current

Berners Schober, Green Bay, WI, US, Intern

Berners-Schober Associates is leading Architecture/Engineering firm in Northeast Wisconsin. BSA specializes in healthcare, community and higher education projects. At BSA Tim learned the full spectrum of work offered by an architectural firm while part of small and large projects. This included involvement in projects from start to finish and project management responsibilities. In addition to involvement on complete projects Tim specialized in sustainable design, overseeing the LEED registration for multiple projects. It was also at BSA that Tim continued to develop an interest in windows and glazing. Through the process of glass selection and window detailing Tim gained an in-depth understanding of glazing systems.

May 2008 - May 2011


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2006 - May 2008

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Bachelors, Architecture

BS in Architecture. Minor in Business Management.

Sep 2002 - May 2006

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