GAP Welcomes New Team Member
November 30, 2015
Graham Architectural Products announces the hiring of Kathryn “Kathy” Scott. Kathy, who previously worked at GAP for six years as production engineer, returns as an estimator. She will contribute to the growth of Graham’s window business by creating window project quotes, utilizing her talents to interpret project information provided by the Graham sales team.
Her resume includes time as a senior product engineer at TE Connectivity (formerly TYCO Electronics and AMP Inc.), where she was the program manager liaison between the company and new strategic customer, Brocade. In this capacity, Kathy met specifications and deadlines as outlined by the customer contract. She was also the lead liaison for the company’s key customer, Cisco, helping to increase sales by identifying company products to replace competitor products. Kathy also provided recommendations to internal teams for improving the product change notification process.
Kathy received her associate degree in specialized technology (design drafting technology) from York Technical Institute. Kathy also took classes in mechanical engineering at Penn State University.
Starrett-Lehigh Building to Keep GAP Busy
November 18, 2015
For an architectural window manufacturer, projects don’t get much better than this.
The Starrett-Lehigh Building encompasses a full Manhattan city block. With 2.3 million square feet, it is larger than the Empire State Building. Not only is it part of the West Chelsea Historic District, it was named a New York City landmark in 1986.
Construction Outlook Good for 2016
November 10, 2015
While October was not kind to the Dodge Momentum Index, Dodge Data & Analytics nevertheless expects the current construction expansion to continue through 2016.
In its annual Dodge Outlook Conference, held in October, Dodge predicted a rise of 6 percent in total U.S. construction starts for 2016. That would follow double-figure gains in 2012 and …
The GAP Team Keeps Getting Stronger
November 9, 2015
Graham Architectural Products/Continental Glass Systems recently announced the addition of Rick Kiefer as Florida sales representative, while Kelly Mulá has joined Graham Architectural Products (GAP) as human resource administrator.
Rick’s main responsibilities will be to focus on key architects, general contractors and owners in Florida to drive sales for both CGS and GAP.
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