Installation Underway at Grand Baldwin
February 23, 2017
Graham Adds Historic Touch to Renovation Project
The initial phase of window installation has begun at the Grand Baldwin Building in Cincinnati, Ohio. The building recently obtained historic designation and Graham is proud to contribute to the restoration of this 1920’s era landmark.
The building was previously converted to office space in the 1980’s but the windows lacked the authentic look of traditional steel windows. Now the owners are trying to restore some of the original architectural detail with our 6700 Series fixed and fixed/projected windows.
“Thanks to everyone who has made an effort on this high-profile project.”
—Tim Davis, AR Design, GAP Representative
January’s ABI Sends Mixed Signals
February 22, 2017
The Architecture Billings Index (ABI) delivered a mixed message to start the new year, with January’s reading coming in at 49.5, well below December’s 55.9.
The ABI is an indicator of future construction spending, as design services typically foretell new projects with a lead time of nine-to-12 months. Any ABI score above 50 indicates a rise …
Graham Co-Sponsors Continuing Ed Course in Architectural Record
February 15, 2017
Graham Architectural Products is proud to be co-sponsor of a continuing education course in the February, 2017, issue of Architectural Record.
The course – titled “What’s New in Fenestration?” – provides an informative overview of various fenestration products and empowers those taking the course to make smarter decisions in the product selection process for renovation, …
Strong Start To 2017 For DMI
February 9, 2017
The new year is off to a good start with the Dodge Momentum Index rising 3.9 percent in January.
The Momentum Index is a monthly measure of the first (or initial) report for nonresidential building projects in planning. These reports have been shown to lead construction spending for nonresidential buildings by a full year.
Alden Park Update
February 8, 2017
A resident of Alden Park Manor is quite pleased with her new replacement windows.
The resident, an architect, was aware through an acquaintance with a GAP employee, that Graham was providing the windows for Alden Park (SR6700 series windows) so she sent him some photos from the interior.
“A perfect balance of looks and efficiency”
Graham Partner Launches New Website
February 2, 2017
Continental Glass Systems (CGS), one of Graham Architectural Products’ key strategic partners, has launched a fresh, new website!
Southern Florida’s premiere glazing contractor, CGS dedicated a lot of time and effort to making its site more attractive, better organized, and easier to navigate with a minimum of clicks.
Past visitors will immediately notice the dramatic …