Graham Grabs Some Attention at AIA Convention

May 20, 2016

The Graham Architectural Products booth drew a lot of attention during the first day of the three-day AIA (American Institute of Architects) convention Thursday in Philadelphia.

Drawing particular scrutiny were several new products, including our fixed offset window that replicates a double hung, our SR6700 steel replication window, our concealed vent fixed window, and our lift and slide sliding glass door.

Among the interested attendees were a pair of representatives from The USGlass News Network, including writer Nick St. Denis, who featured Graham in his May 19th news post here.

The show offers architects, vendors and other industry participants the chance, as AIA President Russell Davidson, FAIA, says, “to drive real change in the design and build space, in our communities, and in the world at large.”



See Graham at AIA Convention 2016

May 12, 2016

AIA Convention 2016 promises to be the architecture and design event of the year. And Graham Architectural Products is going to be right in the thick of it.
Graham will be showcasing some of the freshest ideas in historic window …

Construction Planning Shows Slight Increase

May 10, 2016

April’s economic numbers offer additional encouragement, with the Dodge Momentum Index showing an uptick and the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s jobs numbers holding steady.
The Momentum Index, a monthly measure of the first (or initial) report for nonresidential building projects …

Graham Adds One, Promotes Two

May 3, 2016

Graham Architectural Products (GAP) is pleased to announce a new hire and two promotions.
Jose Rodriguez has joined Continental Glass Systems (CGS) as senior project accountant. Graham has a significant equity and operating partner position in the business of CGS.
Jose …

Architectural Billing Index Shows Growth

May 2, 2016

The Architectural Billings Index (ABI), a leading indicator of construction activity, showed growth in March, with an ABI score of 51.9, up from February’s 50.3.
According to the AIA (American Institute of Architects) Economics & Market Research Group, the …