GAP Announces Three New Hires
July 8, 2015
Graham Architectural Products is pleased to announce the addition of three new associates.
Antonio “Tony” Iglesias has joined Continental Glass Systems, LLC, (CGS) as a project manager in the Hialeah, FL, operation, while Graham Architectural Products’ York location has added Benjamin “Ben” Pettit as an assistant project manager and Robert “Rob” Fogle as a CAD drafter.
Tony will lead the planning, design and implementation of CGS’s window wall products for the Prive at Island Estates luxury condominium project being built in Aventura, FL.
Tony is an experienced and well-respected project manager in the building construction industry and brings a wealth of experience to the company. Prior to joining CGS, Tony worked for Gamma USA where he served as project manager for several signature building projects around the country, as well as director of plant operations. Earlier in his career, Tony held various project manager and operations roles with Permasteelisa CS and Glassalum International.
Ben will be responsible for a wide variety of customer support activities including responding to customer inquiries, creating and following up on parts orders, submitting LEED information, managing various databases, providing pricing information, creating and sending project submittals, ordering color samples, and setting up customer deliveries.
Ben is a recent honors graduate from York College with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.
Meanwhile, Rob will be responsible for the preparation of project shop drawing submittals used for customer approvals and defining project requirements for production.
He most recently worked as a drafter/detailer at Echo Industrial, Inc., where he conceptualized and prepared layout and detail drawings for shop fabrication, prepared Bills of Materials, and worked closely with the project managers to ensure timely submission of shop drawings. Prior to Echo, Rob worked for Chesapeake Glazing, where he utilized shop drawings to fabricate curtain wall and storefront systems, worked with fabrication of aluminum doors and frames, prepared shop layouts, utilized shop drawings to estimate amount of material for the project, and compiled and maintained a CAD detail library.
Rob received his Associate of Applied Science degree in architectural technology from Harrisburg Area Community College, where he was appointed to the HACC Architectural Advisory Committee. He also received his Associate of Science degree in business administration from York College.