Graham’s Steel Replica Window Receives Accolade

December 8, 2017

Steel Replica Window Awarded


Graham’s SR6700 Steel Replica Window has been named one of Commercial Architecture magazine’s 2017 Products of the Year.

The December issue of the publication can be viewed in full here.

The innovative SR6700 aluminum window system is designed to replicate the original steel windows used in many historic and commercial buildings. With its true “floating vent”, large sizes and minimal sightlines, the SR6700’s one-of-a-kind design has been approved for use on several National Park Service registered landmark projects. The historic concave true muntins and applied grids complement the authentic steel window look. When architects and building designers are looking for a replacement for steel windows, Graham is on their list of contacts.

Here is some more information about this product.

Lifting the Veil

December 1, 2017

Enthusiasm is building for “The Legacy” in Bay City, MI

The northwest corner of Center and Washington avenues in Bay City is looking like its former self, thanks to a $12 million restoration currently underway.
The Legacy will be a mixed-use facility with restaurant, commercial and residential space for rent. Graham is providing over …

Historic Cigar Factory Gets Reignited

November 16, 2017

“A second lease on life” for historic building

Built in 1911 the Hemmeter Building has been completely renovated to bring new life to this historic building.
The plans are to use floors four to seven for administrative office space, executive offices, and a new business incubation center; the remaining floors will be leased to …

Graham Helps Architect Realize Vision for Philadelphia High-Rise

October 30, 2017

1601 Vine Street becomes “The Alexander”

Graham played a key role in the realization of 1601 Vine Street, a 32-story, Philadelphia high-rise, by developing a solution where others could not.
In a typical opening, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, of New York, wanted two tall, narrow pieces of glass, with a mullion in between and …

Still Strong After All These Years

October 16, 2017

Construction underway on ambitious project in Canton, Ohio

The site of the former Hercules Engines factory had remained largely unoccupied since the company closed its doors in 1999, concluding 84 years of operation. Over the next seven years developers considered the location for a variety of large-scale uses though none of them materialized. Between …

History, Baked In

October 2, 2017

The Strietmann Center is open for business following an ambitious renovation project by owner and developer Grandin Properties, partnered with Denis Back & Associates and HGC Construction.

A Delectable Past
The Strietmann building, which originally housed The Strietmann Biscuit Co., was built in phases between 1890 and 1910 and served as the company’s facility …

Graham Windows Brighten Historic Bank

September 14, 2017

The German-American Bank was built in 1889 to provide banking services to the German-speaking citizens in the St. Joseph, Missouri, region. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, this building’s ornate facade highlights the red brick exterior. It was was renamed the American National Bank in 1918. Later, it became First Federal Savings …

Battery Building Gets Energized

August 31, 2017

The former Thomas Edison factory complex in West Orange, New Jersey, is on its way to becoming a mixed-use center, serving as the anchor to a large redevelopment on this historic property. Restoring the Edison Storage Battery factory is the the first step of the redevelopment.
The Battery factory was built in 1913 by Thomas Edison, …

Graham Helps With Dramatic Transformation of Building 128, Brooklyn Navy Yard

August 18, 2017

Maurice Benor, Graham’s New York sales rep, remembers seeing Building 128 for the first time.
This entirely glass-clad building, which Marvel Architects says was “once a stunning cathedral to ship manufacture,” had fallen into steep decline.
“The building was totally dilapidated,” Maurice recalls. “It was almost gone. It was literally rotting away – it was …

Graham Windows Installed in Another UT Residence Hall

August 4, 2017

The 2017 spring semester brought the opening of Stokely Hall, the third new University of Tennessee (UT) residence hall to open within the last academic year. Located at the corner of Lake Loudoun and Volunteer boulevards in Knoxville, it houses 684 students.  The building is on the site of the former Gibbs Hall and the …