Stanford University EVGR Construction

March 13, 2019

The Escondido Village Graduate Residences (EVGR) is an ambitious project on the Stanford University Campus. The photo above is an artist’s rendering of what the project will look like when completed.

Graham Architectural Products was selected to provide the windows for the project. Graham is supplying more than 6,700 Series GT6700 windows for this project. Graham’s windows are being pre-installed into fabricated precast panels, which are then assembled to form the exterior facade of the buildings.

Significant progress has been made so far and this time-lapse video shows Building A being constructed.

According to Stanford’s website, the EVGR will provide housing to single graduate students and couples without children. The four 10-story buildings will provide 2,431 new beds and on-campus amenities.

Once complete, the EVGR will increase graduate student housing capacity on campus by almost 20 percent, meeting a critical university priority as Bay Area housing costs continue to rise. Visit the Project Details page for more information.

Starrett Lehigh Window Replacement Project Wins Prestigious Preservation Award

February 28, 2019

It’s official. Graham’s 5,000-window replacement at Starrett Lehigh is a big-time winner.
The high-profile project, just off Manhattan’s busy West Side Highway, will be honored April 19 at the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s 29th Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards, otherwise …

Two DC Schools Featured

January 14, 2019

Graham provided windows for two historic Washington, D.C., schools 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 …

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 …

Graham Windows Adorn Detroit Renovation

December 12, 2018

Historic project puts Graham’s expertise on display

[Update: The Metropolitan Building has officially reopened as the Element Hotel. Read about the dedication ceremony and see photos of the building at Curbed.]
The Metropolitan Building has occupied the triangular lot …

Graham Project Featured in Retrofit Magazine

November 27, 2018

Graham Project Featured in Retrofit Magazine

Graham supplied the replacement hung windows for the historic Hollywood Roosevelt hotel in Los Angeles. The building was featured in the December issue of Retrofit Magazine.
The full article titled “Building Inspections” can be viewed …

Two Graham Projects Awarded by MFE

November 1, 2018

 
Graham Goes to Washington

Multifamily Executive Magazine has recognized two recent Graham projects for their 2018 MFE Awards for the finest developments in the industry. Appearing in the October issue of MFE are 13|U: U Street Apartments and …

Like a New Penny

October 15, 2018

Historic project puts Graham’s expertise on display

The building at 1400 Woodward Avenue in Detroit has been around for a while. Now, thanks to a historic conversion project by luxury goods brand Shinola Detroit, LLC and partners, it …

Taking It to the Bank

September 18, 2018

A Landmark Reinvented

New York, NY — The landmark building at 49 Chambers street is entering a new phase in its history, and Graham’s historic windows are everywhere you look.
Built between 1909-1912 to be the headquarters for Emigrant …

Revitalized “Lathrop” Welcomes Tenants

August 28, 2018

80 year-old Complex Springs Back to Life

Chicago, IL — Leasing is now open for the first phase of the renovated Lapthrop residence complex on Chicago’s North side. Formerly “Julia C. Lapthrop Homes,” the development will continue to provide …