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  • Crystal Window & Door Systems was included in Crain's New York Business annual list of the New York area's largest minority-owned companies. Crystal Windows has been included on the list for the past 21 years, since 1998. The Crain's list is comprised of the largest privately held firms that are at least 51% minority-owned and headquartered in New York City or in seven surrounding New York... more »
  • Deceuninck North America appointed Dave Pirwitz as sales manager of the western region. In this role, Pirwitz will support continued growth with existing customers as well as cultivate new customer business development for Deceuninck’s fenestration business in the western United States and Canada. Pirwitz works closely with team members at the company’s facility in Fernley,... more »
  • Harvey Building Products acquired Thermo-Tech Windows and Doors LLC, based in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. Thermo-Tech, a 25-year-old, family-owned company produces vinyl new construction and replacement windows and sliding patio doors. Thermo-Tech will immediately become part of the Harvey family of businesses, which also includes Soft-Lite LLC. “Thermo-Tech is the ideal company for us to... more »
  • 84 Lumber selected Mike Kamouyerou, co-manager of 84 Lumber’s store in Greenville, S.C., as its 2017 Rookie of the Year. He was one of more than 20 nominees selected from more than 250 stores around the country. Kamouyerou began his career with the company as a manager trainee at the Bridgeville, Pa. store in February 2017 and was promoted to co-manager of the Greenville location in October... more »
  • Chameleon Power welcomed Fred Cizauskas as its new director of marketing, who will be responsible for developing and implementing an overall corporate marketing strategy, directly engaging and managing the marketing team, and translating the company’s business objectives into marketing strategies that drive revenue. Cizauskas will also help overall brand development and messaging in the... more »
  • Deceuninck North America welcomed more than a dozen fabricators for its third annual Future Fabricators workshop.   During the two-day workshop, Deceuninck North America CEO Filip Geeraert and other Deceuninck leadership provided insights into the state of the fenestration industry, including material innovations and new business opportunities.   “This workshop enables attendees... more »
  • Keystone Certifications Inc., a provider of certification services to the fenestration industry, entered into a partnership with Prysm Marketing Inc. for the representation of Keystone services in select U.S. territories. According to Keystone representatives, they have made continual efforts to improve customer service and support, and by joining with Prysm will further increase the... more »
  • MFM Building Products’ flagship product, Peel & Seal, celebrates its 30th anniversary in the marketplace.   First introduced in 1988 as a self-stick, roll roofing waterproofing membrane specifically designed for low-slope roofing and general flashing applications, the product received several U.S. Patents for its composition of laminated aluminum foil, high-density polymer films... more »
  • Stürtz Machinery Inc. promoted Michael Thomas to the position of chief financial officer.   “Mike Thomas has always brought a high level of expertise, dedication and integrity to his role,” says Stürtz CEO Ellis Dillen. “We are proud to have him as part of the SMI family and very happy to announce his promotion.”   Thomas earned his BS in Business Administration... more »
  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reported that six lead paint enforcement actions—for a combined total of $287,000 in settlements—were completed over the past year in California and Arizona.   The companies that made settlements allegedly failed to comply with federal regulations requiring them to protect the public from exposure to lead. In addition to the penalties,... more »