New GAP Logo Announcement

February 13, 2023

Graham Architectural Products Unveils New Logo

YORK, PA — Graham Architectural Products, a leader in the design and manufacture of commercial and architectural grade window and window wall solutions, today unveiled its new logo.

The company is replacing its iconic blue G logo with a more modernized burgundy G that incorporates a leaf motif to signal Graham’s innovation and its role in creating a more sustainable built environment.

According to Graham General Manager Michael DeRosa, “For years, the industry has looked to us for solutions to their most pressing fenestration problems. This new logo reflects the dynamic role we play in working with them to create lasting solutions.”

He continued, “Now that Graham is part of Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, the new logo represents our departure from the Graham legacy businesses with a fresh, new identity more reflective of the evolving company we have become.”

Headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, Graham Architectural Products has been providing state-of-the-art innovation, unparalleled quality, and leading-edge performance for nearly 50 years.

For more information, visit, or call Director of Marketing and Customer Support Jim Eisenbeis, at 717-659-0154.

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