Acquisition by Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® Adds Single Source Option

May 27, 2021


The recent acquisition of Graham Architectural Products (GAP) by Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® (OBE) brings together two businesses with a wealth of products and experience.

“The Graham name has been synonymous with high quality and innovation for more than 50 years and we look to build on their great reputation,” said Liz Haggerty, President of OBE. “This acquisition strengthens our product portfolio, allowing us to be better strategic partners with our customers. We are excited to welcome them to the OBE family.”

The GAP perspective was expressed by Brian Hurley, GAP President and CEO, “We are very excited to be part of the OBE organization, we believe that commonalities of our companies will result in a synergy that will benefit customers from both sides.  The expertise we each bring to the table compliments each other very well.”  “We look forward to a bright future together.”

GAP has a broad offering of window solutions that perfectly complement OBE’s existing window products and deep portfolio of curtain wall, window wall, and entrance solutions.  For more information on the complete offering of products from OBE visit the web site here.

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