Continuus Materials Announces Additions to Product Development Team

The Woodlands, TX. — Continuus Materials, LLC is pleased to welcome two key resources to its team — Jack Winterowd and Colin Litow. 

Jack Winterowd joins Continuus Materials in the position of Lead Scientist. Jack was with Weyerhaeuser for 30 years, where he was the Chemistry Platform Manager. While at Weyerhauser, Jack developed and commercialized 12 new wood products and more than 230 new formulations for Weyerhaeuser manufacturing operations. He has 30 issued U.S. patents and 12 more pending. Jack was educated in the discipline of chemistry and has a B.S. from Boise State University as well as M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Washington. 

Colin Litow joins Continuus as Director of Product Management where he will be helping to drive new product and system development. Prior to joining Continuus, Colin was the Product Line Manager, Interior Products for James Hardie Industries. Colin has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Syracuse University, an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, and an MBA in Marketing and Strategy from the University of Michigan.

“At Continuus Materials we are committed to building a superior team that can meet our aggressive growth goals,” says Chris Riley, CEO of Continuus Materials. “We continue to add talented people from high-caliber organizations. We are excited to add two experienced building materials professionals to our team.” 

About Continuus Materials:

Continuus, manufacturer of EVERBOARD™ brand roof cover boards, is a leader in waste diversion and circular economy solutions that address our ever-increasing waste crisis. Discarded plastic and fiber material streams are transformed into valuable engineered building products that have superior performance benefits to competitive products in the marketplace. 

Continuus Materials operates two manufacturing plants in Des Moines, IA and Philadelphia, PA. The manufacturing facility in Philadelphia, PA is the first fully automated plant in the world to extract plastic and fiber from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), then process it into building products at scale. Continuus is based in Houston, TX.