Joe Mignone, project manager for Graboyes Commercial Window Company, recently completed Kawneer’s installation certification, a three-day training course designed to provide a structured, strategic approach to the installation of Kawneer products. Kawneer offers a comprehensive range of architectural aluminum building products and systems including storefront, curtain wall, windows, doors, and unitized systems for high-, mid-, and low-rise applications.
“Joe’s initiative and exceptional leadership skills are a valuable component to our team as we continue to grow and expand our services,” said owner / president Ellis Guiles. “We also appreciate being able to assist our team members in their continued career advancement with an array of opportunities including training offered by our industry partners like Kawneer.”
Mignone accepted the position of project manager for Graboyes earlier this year. A glazier foreman with District Council 21 Local 252, Mignone recently helped lead the replacement of 6,688 windows at the historic Alden Park Apartments in Philadelphia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Rutgers School of Business.
More about Graboyes Commercial Window Company
Graboyes Commercial Window Company, a US Top-50 NACC-certified glazing firm, is a leader in architectural glazing and commercial and historic window installation, having contributed to the diverse built environment of Greater Philadelphia and the surrounding region for 34 years. The company provides window system solutions, interior glass partitions, unitized and timber-frame curtainwall solutions, high-performance storefront solutions, and exterior and interior commercial window coverings and automated controls. From design to installation, Graboyes Commercial works with architects, developers, building owners, construction managers, energy companies, and general contractors installing systems in retrofit, historic restoration, new construction, and high-rise renovation applications. Specialties include occupied spaces and white-glove service.
In collaboration with its sister company Graboyes Smart Buildings, the firm also provides tools and expertise to apply critical intelligence about the operation of other important building systems, such as HVAC and lighting. As an extension of an owner’s facility management team, it provides automated building performance data, analysis, and guidance for smarter, more optimized building operation and increased real estate value.
For more information, visit www.graboyes.com.