Graboyes Commercial Window Company named among USGlass Magazine’s Top 50 Contract Glaziers for third year in a row
In its February 2018 issue, USGlass Magazine included Graboyes Commercial Window Company as one of the Top-50 US glazing contractors based on 2017 annual sales. Ranked #48, Graboyes is one of two Pennsylvania glazing firms on the list. This is the third year in a row that Graboyes has been included. The company has been in business for 34 years, with annual sales of $15.7 million during 2017.
Graboyes in 2017 completed its largest project to date at Alden Park Apartments, a National Historic Register site in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia, replacing 6,688 steel windows with National Park Service-approved energy-efficient aluminum replicas.
Other projects completed during 2017 included Temple University’s Conwell & Carnell Hall, Philadelphia; The Steele Building, Philadelphia; Life Time Athletic, Ardmore, Pa. (formerly Macy’s); Cooper River Square East, Pennsauken, NJ; Bethlehem Retirement Village, Flourtown, Pa.; The Hale Building, Philadelphia; Lingelbach Elementary School, Philadelphia; Rutgers Camden Apartments, Camden; and UPenn’s Perelman Center for Political Science & Economics, Philadelphia.
More about Graboyes Commercial Window Company
Graboyes Commercial Window Company, a US Top-50 NACC-certified fenestration/ glazing/ building performance firm, has served the built environment of Greater Philadelphia and the surrounding region for 34 years. A leader in commercial / architectural window replacement, the company provides window system solutions; interior glass partitions; unitized and timber-frame curtainwall solutions; high-performance storefront and window wall solutions; and exterior and interior commercial window coverings and automated controls. From design to installation, Graboyes Commercial works with architects, developers, building owners, construction managers, energy companies, and general contractors installing systems in retrofit, historic restoration, new construction, and high-rise renovation applications. Specialties include occupied spaces and white-glove service.
With the addition of its Smart Buildings division, the firm also provides tools and expertise to apply critical intelligence about the operation of other important building systems, such as HVAC and lighting. As an extension of an owner’s facility management team, it provides automated building performance data, analysis, and guidance for smarter, more optimized building operation and increased real estate value.
For more information, visit www.graboyes.com.