PGT Innovations has established Triple Diamond Glass, a PGT Innovations company. Triple Diamond Glass will offer solutions to window and door manufacturers in the areas of energy efficiency, security and sound abatement applications.
Quanex has partnered with Advanced Screen Systems Inc to fabricate and distribute licensed products from ASSI and develop new applications to capitalize on the growing demand for high-performance window and door screens.
The newly expanded Studio 101 commercial and residential design center empowers the AEC community, customers and partners with project exploration, collaboration and hands-on training space in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
Through its NewSouth Window Solutions brand, PGT Innovations expanded into five major metro areas in Texas. Leadership cites population growth in the region, and the prime remodeling age of many homes, as bases for the expansion.
Crystal Window & Door Systems has officially opened its Dallas sales and distribution branch office. Here, contractors, builders, architects, and others in the field can view sample products and meet and consult with Crystal’s sales staff.
Infinity Windows, a division of Marvin Windows and Doors, is looking to build a 406,960-square-foot manufacturing facility in Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, that would create 600 new jobs and be operational in early 2024.
ABI Windows, a New Mexico-based manufacturer and distributor of windows and building supplies, is expected to open a manufacturing facility in Abilene, Texas, according to a news article from Area Development.
Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Renewal by Andersen, the full-service window replacement division of Andersen Corporation, will create 900 new jobs and invest more than $420 million in a new manufacturing facility in Henry County, Georgia.
Building products company Woodgrain Inc. will create 42 new jobs in Nash County to expand its door-hanging operation. This expansion will relocate Woodgrain's existing operation to a 225,000 square feet facility.
Steves & Sons, Inc. is constructing a new, state-of-the-art door skin facility in Georgia that will create 170 jobs over the next three years and produce millions of molded door skins annually for interior doors.
Masonite unveiled its newest manufacturing facility in Fort Mill, South Carolina, expanding the company’s capacity in the Southeast. The new 370,000 square foot facility aims to allow Masonite to better serve its customers and further expand their manufacturing capabilities.
The continuation fund transaction provides RiteScreen with ownership continuity and an expanded investor base with significant capital resources to drive organic growth initiatives and M&A opportunities.
YKK AP America Inc. will invest up to $125 million in an expansion that will include a new residential window and door manufacturing facility and additional machinery and equipment in Macon, Georgia. The facility will serve as a model plant for the company’s future North American manufacturing…
This expansion intends to double the size of the company's Value-Add Center, a 360,000-square-foot facility built in 2020 to support growing demand for Renewal by Andersen products. It accommodates manufacturing, warehouses and office space.
FlexScreen opened its newest manufacturing plant in Nashua, New Hampshire. Along with this plant comes an expanded partnership with Harvey Building Products, which has several production facilities located in New England and surrounding areas.
Marvin will expand its operations in Fargo, North Dakota, with the addition of two new facilities: a 127,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a 148,000-square-foot distribution center to support growth of the brand’s window and door portfolio.
Jeld-Wen celebrated the grand opening of its new VPI Quality Windows manufacturing plant in Statesville, North Carolina, by announcing it is adding a second shift ahead of schedule, creating approximately 20 new jobs.
Palmer-Donavin has moved into a new, 200,000-square-foot facility in Hebron, Kentucky, and expand its service area to Nashville, Tennesee. The company will deliver to select dealers in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and now Tennessee.
The investment includes $4 million, which will be used to outfit the new, 150,000-square-foot expansion, expected to be ready for 2023. The company also plans to add 150 new jobs over the next five years.
The company will invest $4 million to retrofit the former DOW Chemical Ethafoam plant in Ironton, Ohio, a part of the Southern Ohio Industrial District. Its investment will include purchasing new machinery and equipment to fill the 93,000-square-foot space, with plans to add 10 to 12 extrusion…