Two DC Schools Featured

January 14, 2019

Two historic Washington D.C. schools that Graham provided windows, were featured in a recent School Construction News article. Article can be read in its entirety HERE

MacFarland Middle School and Murch Elementary School  are both historic buildings that were in need of modernization. Preserving some of the historic building features as required by the Historic Preservation Office  proved to be a challenge to the design team.

Graham supplied 755 Series S6500 windows for MacFarland Middle School and Murch Elementary School used  142 Series S2200 self-balanced double hung windows and 26 Series S1400 fixed windows. All windows were glazed with high performance low-e insulating glass.

Once again we are proud to have been part of helping to preserve these historic schools in our nations capital.

To find out more about the Graham window and door products used on this project, contact Bruce Croak, Graham’s marketing manager.

Dodge Momentum Index Lowers in December

January 9, 2019

Year Closes with Drop in Commercial Planning

The Dodge Momentum Index was 151.9 in December, dropping 4.9% from the revised November reading of 159.7.
The decline was led by commercial activity, which dropped 7.6% from 176.1 to 162.7. Institutional …

Another Busy Year

January 2, 2019

Looking back at 2018 it is nice to reflect on some of the projects we have been involved with over the past year. Graham is proud of our role in these projects and of all our personnel involved.
We have …