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.

The Jasper flying High

May 25, 2021

The Jasper
In May of 2020 we first reported on this historic renovation project in Charleston, SC, a 219 unit multifamily and commercial complex in the heart of this historic town.  Built in 1949 and named for a Revolutionary War …

Construction Continues at Mixed-Use Complex “The Mitchell”

May 4, 2021

Rising High
After delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, construction is now in full swing on the White Plains, NY project formerly named Broadstone White Plains.
Plans for the mixed-use development include two 15-story buildings and a six-story parking structure. …

Big Plans for Former Briggs & Stratton Industrial Park

April 15, 2021

Big Plans for Former Briggs & Stratton Industrial Park
After five years of planning, construction is underway at Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s largest affordable housing and mixed-use redevelopment project.  Community Within the Corridor on the northwest side will convert 8 buildings within …

Residential Colleges at Vanderbilt University — A Case Study

March 17, 2021

Residential Colleges at Vanderbilt University — A Case Study
Vanderbilt University’s residential colleges stand as a testament to what can be accomplished when a bold vision and an uncompromising pursuit of excellence is brought to life through team-wide collaboration. Visit …

Graham’s Aluminum Steel-Replica Window Shines Again

February 18, 2021

 
Historic Power Plant Becomes “The Battery”
Window installation at the Battery Project, along the Delaware river in Philadelphia, PA has begun.  The windows are only part of a much larger effort to convert the abandoned Philadelphia Electric Company’s (PECO) …

Church and Division Street – New Rochelle, New York

January 14, 2021

Currently in process, the Church and Division project located at 26 Division St. in New Rochelle, New York features a variety of Graham products customized to meet the needs of the owner. This is the second development by RXR Realty …

An Iconic Venue Gets An Overhaul

December 10, 2020

An Iconic Venue Gets An Overhaul
Renovations for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House are nearly complete despite delays due to the current pandemic. The UW Field House is a multi-purpose arena adjacent to Camp Randall Stadium and home to …

Great Oaks Charter School — Bridgeport, CT

October 22, 2020

Revitalization Exhibits Graham’s Expertise
The former site of the American Graphophone Company in Bridgeport, CT has been transformed into a mixed-use facility combining a charter school with adjacent residential space.
In the early 20th century the site was home to …

Shinola Hotel Receives Metamorphosis Awards

October 8, 2020

Shinola Hotel Awarded
The Shinola Hotel in Detroit, MI has won two of Retrofit Magazine’s annual Metamorphosis Awards. The project was recognized in the “adaptive reuse” and “historic” categories, winning second place in both. Three other projects Graham was involved …