The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has announced the appointment of Andrew Wale, vice president product marketing, building control systems at Legrand, North & Central America, to its board of directors.
“I heartily welcome Andrew Wale to the CABA Board of Directors,” states Ronald J. Zimmer, CABA president & CEO. “He has unmatched experience in the lighting and lighting controls market, and he brings a wealth of insights about the current state and future development of the building controls sector. CABA is very fortunate indeed to have him as a board member.”
Now in his twelfth year with Legrand, Mr. Wale is primarily responsible for the development and marketing of a broad portfolio of lighting control and automation solutions. His responsibilities are focused on Legrand’s Wattstopper product line brand that provides IoT-centric lighting control solutions for healthcare, commercial office, and education sectors in the C&I buildings markets. He has worked in lighting and lighting controls for both residential and commercial building markets for more than 20 years. A proven resource and advocate for the industry, he has served on the CABA board previously as a representative of Legrand.
“CABA’s work is closely aligned with Legrand’s intention of supporting the evolution of electrical and digital infrastructure in today’s high-performance buildings and I am pleased to join the CABA board to advance the connected homes and intelligent building sector,” says Mr. Wale. “I look forward to working with the board and broader membership to progress our common industry interests.”